What is happening?
- In conjunction with ElectricFlow 6.0 release, ElectricCommander has been renamed to ElectricFlow.
- You will see the name change reflected immediately on old ElectricCommander screens, on our website, and in documentation.
- In some cases, the name change may take longer to complete (eg, knowledgebase, log files, etc)
Why is this happening?
- We are expanding the capabilities of our ElectricCommander platform to support additional DevOps use cases, including deployment automation, application release automation and Continuous Delivery orchestration.
- As part of that effort we are streamlining the UI and overall UX to make that end-to-end process a more holistic experience.
- As part of that, we are streamlining the name of our solution to bring a singular focus on the ElectricFlow brand.
What happens to my current version of ElectricCommander?
- Nothing, until you upgrade to ElectricFlow 6.0 (or beyond).
- ElectricCommander functionality will not disappear - it will be the same, but will henceforth be referred to as ElectricFlow.
What happens to my current licenses and contracts?
- Once you upgrade, the product name in your license will automatically be updated to “ElectricFlow (formerly known as ElectricCommander)”
- There is no other change or user action required due to this name change.
What happens to my ElectricCommander support?
- ElectricCommander customers will continue to receive support per our "supported versions" policy for ElectricCommander and ElectricFlow.
What happens to my existing ectool scripts, shortcuts and URLs that go directly into ElectricCommander?
- All changes (involving the new name) are being introduced in a way that ensures backward compatibility. The scripts you¹ve written and URL/shortcuts you currently have should work without any changes required.
What if I have additional questions?
- Please reach out to your Field Account Executive, or send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.