Txture’s release 16 is now available. Let’s have a look!
Users now can create and send out application-specific surveys for the Assessment directly within the Cloud Transformation Cockpit. Consequently, nearly all tasks to gather application data, as well as to verify and improve the application data completeness, can be done in the Cloud Transformation Cockpit. As a result, this makes it easier to keep track of the data collection process and to get to know who provided what kind of application data. This makes gathering application data from stakeholders, like the application owners, much easier.Surveys can be tracked now directly in the Transformation Cockpit
Users are now able to group assets in Gantt Charts and prioritize those groups based on properties or links. This makes it possible to visualize the chronological ordering of assets, like applications with migration focus, and to cluster them accordingly. Altogether, it enables you to manage your migration waves in Txture and keep track of upcoming tasks during your cloud journey. Grouping assets based on properties or links within the Gantt Chart can also be a powerful new functionality that allows adding valuable information to your application lifecycle reports or to manage project progress.New Gantt Report allows vertical grouping of assets
Moreover, we used this release to improve our platform’s performance and enhance usability in several areas. You can find the full changelog in our Txture documentation.
Feel free to request a free demo or contact us for more information about Release 16 and our new features!