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Understanding Deployment Manager notifications

Suggest edit Updated on July 6, 2020

You can enable notifications to receive updates about the events that occur in your pipeline. For example, you can choose to receive emails about whether unit tests failed or succeeded. You can receive notifications in the Deployment Manager notifications gadget, through email, or both. By default, all notifications are enabled for users who are configured in Deployment Manager.

By default, all notifications are enabled for users who are configured in Deployment Manager.

  • Viewing and updating email accounts for notifications

    Receiving email notifications requires that an email account is configured on the orchestration server. You can view and update your email settings in Deployment Manager.

  • Creating custom Deployment Manager notification channels

    You can extend Deployment Manager notification capabilities by creating custom notification channels. For example, you can send text messages to mobile devices when tasks start, stop, and are unsuccessful.

  • Managing notifications

    Enable and receive notifications so that you can remain informed about important tasks in your pipeline. For example, you can receive emails when certain tasks fail.

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