Another month, another round-up of everything we’ve launched.
Self-service 📍 Nothing says we’re serious about developer self-service quite like putting it at the very top of our navigation. Here, admins can create and manage service templates and actions, and end users can put them to use!
Templated actions 📑 Admins can now choose from 7 ready-made action templates, like creating a Pagerduty incident, or triggering a GitHub Action, without having to set anything up from scratch.
Improved action management ⚙️ You can now create actions that don’t require service context, extend action privileges to specific teams, and verify that OpsLevel is sending you webhooks via Webhook Signing.
“Try it out” for API Docs 🧪 API Docs now supports Swagger’s “Try It Out” functionality. “Try It Out” makes API Docs more interactive by allowing you to test API responses for your docs directly in OpsLevel.
- Our new Lacework integration lets you evaluate container vulnerabilities detected by Lacework right in OpsLevel.
- Meanwhile, our Codacy integration lets you keep track of Codacy quality alerts from within OpsLevel.
- We’ve updated our CLI tool to include a powerful curl-like command for the OpsLevel GraphQL API with the new graphql sub-command.