Introducing PulseUno

Welcome to OpenTextPulseUno, a secure end-to-end solution that provides Git-based version management, continuous integration support, secure artifact storage, code vulnerability scanning, and extensive plugin-based integration.

PulseUno overview

Discover what you can do in PulseUno:

  • Work directly with an integrated Git server using standard Git functionality. Create, clone, and mirror Git repositories. Collaborate on version control with individuals and teams. Commit, review, and merge changes.

  • Continually build and inspect the health and quality of code by running chains with dependency checkers, static analysis, and unit test plugins. This information helps you decide when changes are ready to be merged, deployed, and released.

  • Use PulseUno vaults to securely deploy and manage collections of packages, such as binaries, artifacts, and metadata. Vaults support a number of package managers and integrate with build and development pipelines.

  • Scan for third-party dependencies and enable ongoing detection of dependency vulnerabilities in chains and vault packages.

  • Visualize team activity.

  • Explore the codebase.

  • Use pull requests to review, evaluate, and merge a set of defined changes. Pull requests are a collaborative process that enables teams to review proposed code changes, add review comments, approve changes, and merge changes into a mainline.

  • Dimensions CM: Collaborate on development projects using requests, backlogs, and iterations, to plan, track, and perform tasks. You can sync a default Git branch with a Dimensions CM stream.

  • Combine PulseUno continuous integration capabilities with numerous third-party and OpenText tools, including extensive integration with ALM Octane.

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Get started

Before you begin...

Learn about the PulseUno components and architecture. For details, see Architecture overview.

How does PulseUno work?

To become familiar with the PulseUno user interface, see Basics.

To understand what you can do in PulseUno, see Review code and Run chains.

Let's go!

When you're ready to begin, log in to PulseUno and start working.

For details on creating and organizing your work environment, see Organize work.

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Install and set up PulseUno

Before users can start work, administrators need to install and configure PulseUno.

Install PulseUno

Install PulseUno on a Windows or Linux machine.

For details, see Install PulseUno.

Configure PulseUno

Set up your PulseUno instance to meet your organization's needs. You can start with obtaining licenses, adding users, and assigning roles.

For details, see PulseUno licensing and Manage users.

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