Capture, Analyze, Grok
your continuous deployment workflow with Integral
Integral analyzes each line of code, and build, not just APIs, to present your total Enterprise Architecture, automate actions in response to changes, and filter what is important to you for action and attention.
Features and Values
Get notified in email, Slack, or otherwise for an incompatible API change. Trigger on a new dependency or a blacklisted dependency. Be in the know about a new user of a service.
The Trigger system in Integral lets you know about changes working through the repository, BEFORE their effects hit production.
See what is changing now, and what changed in the past? Wondering when the database was modified or a dependency appeared? Have the important information at your fingertips.
Which APIs expose your critical data, does a new commit expose new data or in new ways? Trace from the source using the source with Data markets.
How do different applications and services connect? Via what communications and storage modes?
The Enterprise View shows how applications communicate to each other and which libraries or protocols they use. To ease communication, this view can be re-sorted in various geometries.
Integral automatically updates the status of important commits to let you know what warrants your attention.
REVIEW / PULL REQUESTS
Requests lingering? Too many piling up on one person? Which impact the most important systems? Integral automatically tells you
How do the architecturally relevant structures of a service or application flow together? Does this reveal any anti-patterns or specification drift? Zoom directly to API definitions, documentation, and source code associated with the architecture you’re exploring.
Want to explore new code, or code new to you? See complexity maps of modules, zoom directly to design and code, highlight API producer and consumers and more.
Hierarchical views of API producers and consumers, zoom directly to their parameters, find example users in your language and framework of choice, and inspect implementations.