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Understanding the DevOps release pipeline

Suggest edit Updated on February 4, 2021

Use DevOps practices such as continuous integration and continuous delivery to quickly move application changes from development through testing to deployment on your production system. Use Pega Platform tools and common third-party tools to implement DevOps.

The release pipeline in the following diagram illustrates the best practices for using Pega Platform for DevOps. At each stage in the pipeline, a continuous loop presents the development team with feedback on testing results. This example includes the following assumptions:

  • Pega Platform manages all schema changes.
  • Jenkins is the automation server that helps to coordinate the release pipeline, and JFrog Artifactory is the application repository; however, other equivalent tools could be used for both.
Open DevOps release pipeline overview
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