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Rocio Trujillo
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Here is the Twitter chat recap in case you missed it!
Q1. What’s new with ? Any new releases to update on? A1. The most recent update is a new Popular Pack bundling top software for developersA1. The latest Pack has 14 New Software entries, 30 Updated Software entries from previous versions
A1. This includes updates to software like & ready to deliver behind the firewall

Q2. If I deliver updates to my team, how can I notify my users of important changes for them?A2. You can create notifications in the Admin Console for your Hub
A2. In your package there is a Notifications tab where you can send your users either text or images

Q3. How does fit in or help our development process?
A3. helps you to setup a uniform environment
A3. reducing configuration time for and having all tools together at once

Q4. How can be used to prevent to install unapproved ?
A4. provides security policies allowing admins to decide levels of lockdown
A4. Certain teams can have great flexibility while others are tightly controlled
A4. catalog management can be used to provide sanctioned software from a private hub

Q5. Can facilitate my users asking for help on their tooling environment?
A5. Absolutely! lets you automate uploading environment information.
A5. You enable the Assistance Requests for your packages as part of the Security Policy
A5. Assistance Request prompts your users for a description and gathers troubleshooting info automatically.

Q6. Is only for helping with IDEs for users?
A6. Absolutely not – we have support for key other tools for developers
A6. users can use to manage behind the firewall
A6. And products can build installers and deliver their packages for win-lnx-mac architectures

Q7. In my company is used to manage credentials. Can integrate with it?
A7. Yes, you can add Server extensions to and one of those is external authentication.
A7. Here you can read more about it:

Awesome! Thanks and for answering those moderated questions on

We’ll see you on our next on December 15th
10 am NY, Stay tuned!

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Posted on Dec 2nd 2015