Multi-version code repository
Support for branching
Comprehensive audit history
Deltanji source control is a fully configurable developer tool that tightly integrates into InterSystems IRIS. Its advanced features make it a sophisticated alternative to Git and GitHub – allowing users to perform concurrent development, and keep track of changes with a comprehensive audit trail and a fully configurable workflow that goes beyond CI/CD.
This provides clear visibility of the development process and, in turn, improves the code quality and maintainability of your system.
It can be configured to suit your needs and has been widely adopted by individual developers, software consultants, large international organizations, and everyone in between working with InterSystems environments, and we offer a range of editions to suit different requirements.
Deltanji has increased how quickly we can prototype, test, and move into production – whilst also taking away potential errors if you were to do it manually. It has been a big help to us.
Deltanji encourages configuration management, versioning, and process control within your system. It brings clarity to the development of your system and improves the quality of your code.
Configuration management enables users to manage which version of each code component is in each namespace. Code can be migrated between development, test, and live environments in a controlled and reliable way.
Versioning proves easy reference and comparison as successive versions of code components are stored in a central repository, with changes tracked over time. Code can also be compared utilising the Beyond Compare add-on.
Procedures can be made easier to follow as with Deltanji you can configure who is able to move which code where and when.
Software developers can group the code components being modified to implement each application, as well as the ability to manage concurrent development, branching and merging.
Quality assurance teams will be able to quickly approve successful changes and easily return any failures to developers. Changes can also be added to QA environments in a controlled way.
Release engineers have control over what version of each code component is included in a software release. Code can be packed and deployed in an audited manner and easily rolled back if necessary.
Project managers will benefit from easy-to-run reports providing visibility of projects, with the ability to analyze the status of work and monitor it against deadlines.