Monthly Archives: April 2016

New in Dradis Pro v2.2

Dradis Professional Edition is a collaboration and automated reporting tool for information security teams that will cut your reporting time in half.

Two short months after the release of Dradis Pro v2.1 in February we’re pleased to bring you Dradis Pro v2.2 which is focused around connectivity and performance.

The highlights of Dradis Pro v2.2

  • Full REST/JSON API coverage (documentation)
  • Performance improvements: Rails 4.2, Ruby 2.2, memory monitoring.
  • Fix bug in Activity Feed of project templates.
  • Add-on enhancements:
    • CSV: export evidence data, fix CLI integration
    • HTML: fix CLI integration
  • Bugs fixed: #204, #319


Through the new HTTP JSON APPI you can securely access all of the application entities including:

Screenshot showing a GET request to the /clients endpoint

Perform CRUD operations on all application objects through an easy-to-use JSON interface.

Screenshot showing a POST request to the /issues endpoint

Use your favorite language to interact with the data contained in your Dradis environment.

Performance boost: faster, more responsive interface

Dradis Pro v2.2 also comes with a new version of the Rails framework and a modern version of Ruby. Both of these upgrades should have a significant impact in the overall performance and snappiness of the app and also bring some interesting security features out of the box. Strong parameters and DB performance come to mind on the Rails front and garbage collection (GC) of symbols on the Ruby front are some of the notable changes.

For the nitty gritty details please see the Rails 4.2 release notes and the Ruby 2.2 announcements.

Still not a Dradis user?

These are some of the benefits you’re missing out:

Read more about Dradis Pro’s time-saving features, what our users are saying, or if you want to start from the beginning, read the the 1-page summary.