Ketryx 2.2 Release Announcement

Lee Chickering
Lee Chickering

Dear Ketryx community,


We are thrilled to announce Ketryx 2.2, our latest minor release! This update continues our commitment to connecting the development tools you already use, enforcing your existing processes, and automatically documenting evidence of compliance. In Ketryx 2.2, we're delivering a host of improvements and new features designed to help you develop fast and stay compliant.


What's New in Ketryx 2.2?

  1. New Requirement Traceability Management (RTM): A new RTM now supplements the existing one. This new addition offers a traditional perspective on design verification, further aiding traceability and compliance.
  2. New Cyber Risk Management file: This file helps users manage, track, and control cybersecurity-related risks, aligning with FDA's guidelines and ISO 14971's requirements for traceable, comprehensive risk management in medical device development.
  3. New Authentication Methods: We've expanded our authentication methods to include Google, Okta, or any corporate OAuth provider. This expansion provides a wider variety of secure login options to suit your needs.
  4. Training Audit Trail Documents: In response to user feedback, we've added the ability for members to download a project-level document that provides the training audit trail for a given member. This feature gives a clear view of individual employee training statuses.
  5. Improved X-Ray Test Management Integration: We've upgraded our X-Ray Test integration to accommodate tests that span across multiple subsystems developed in independent projects, a frequent use case among our customers.
  6. Flexibility in Release Workflow: Documents and configuration items can now be excluded from the release workflow, providing teams with greater control and flexibility.
  7. Improved Jira Integration: Our improved Jira integration now allows users who do not have a Ketryx account to use both the approvals and traceability widget. This feature is in line with our commitment to helping you spend more time in best-in-class software development tools.
  8. Improved Control over Automated Testing: We've introduced several improvements to our automated testing support, including the ability to associate specific build artifacts with specific tests and creating manual test executions for automated tests from the test management page.
  9. Enforced Test Executions: For customers who desire stricter control, enforcing that Test Executions exist and are approved for all automated test executions is now user-configurable.

We continually strive to serve your needs better and are eager to hear your feedback. Together, let's create safer and more reliable software for everyone.


Thanks for being part of our community!



The Ketryx Team

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