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Integrate internal source control to standard source control tools (e.g. git) or artifact repositories (e.g. artifactory)
Secure management of code and config for large enterprises is pushing heavily towards standard repositories. These are increasingly used not only to assist developers, but also as points of governance and auditabiltiy.
Sterling's internal source control mechanism for BPML currently does not integrate well with these tools, and BPML code is typically managed between environments via manual methods or bespoke automation.
Built-in integration to common tools would reduce non-compliance for organizations that face these requirements. I believe this has become simplified in recent years as the industry appears to have consolidated toward git-based solutions.
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