DevOps isn’t only a fun amalgam of two terms (developers and operations), it has its own culture within small organizations, startups, and digital factories where
Managing Git-Centric Software is like solving a thousand piece puzzle.
Numerous Git repositories with continuous delivery pipelines make it almost impossible to control changes. Forgetting to remove secret keys or pin dependencies, adding a .gitignore file or even a small typo in Ansible Playbook can become a huge production problem. Over time, the snowball effect leads to inconsistent quality, security breaches, and production outages.
datree uncovers production glitches before they are deployed
datree validates code changes and enforces organization’s standards and best practices within existing development Git workflows and without compromising production’s quality, security, and stability.
Real-Time Git Catalog
datree seamlessly connects to your GitHub, extracting only the metadata. We’re continually mapping all code components, repositories, and committers, while detecting their cross-connectivity, to build a real-time catalog of your stack. It’s quick, transparent and immediately effective.
Visibility & Actionable Insights
360 degrees visibility, actionable insights, and task automation enables effortless management of numerous Git repositories, code components and comitters.
Smart Policy Enforcement
Datree smart policy engine automatically checks every pull request for incompliances to avoid production mishaps. We automatically enforce governance and ensure compliance with development practices, before a branch is merged into production.
Dodge production glitches and maintain stability
Gain control over your decentralized dev stack to master multiple repositories, cross-functional teams, and distributed services.
Work with your Code Components
Work with your toolchain
From the Blog
Legacy code, that old piece of software no one wants to touch, no one knows who wrote it and everyone’s afraid to replace it. Every
In English, we say too many cooks spoil the broth. And this maxim holds true in development, as well. If everyone leads in their own