Getting started with Deployment Manager
Deployment Manager is a simple, intuitive, and ready-to-use application that offers built-in DevOps capabilities to users. It leverages Pegasystems’s market-leading case management technology to manage an automated orchestration engine, enabling you to build and run continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines in a model-driven manner.
You can run deployments involving your application updates with the click of a button, without the need for third-party automation services such as Jenkins or Bamboo. Fully automated pipelines helpto significantly reduce the lead time to deliver value to end users.
Using a standardized way to deploy application changes with guardrail-related and testing-related best practices that are built into the out-of-the-box CI/CD models results in substantial operational efficiencies.
For answers to frequently asked questions, see the Deployment Manager FAQ page.
- Understanding key features supported
Deployment Manager provides a number of features so that you can manage your workflows. For example, Deployment Manager supports continuous integration, continuous delivery, test execution, reporting, diagnostics, manual approvals, deployment cancellations, change rollbacks, roles and privileges, and notifications.
- Viewing the overview video
The following video provides an overview of Deployment Manager: https://community.pega.com/video-library/overview-infinity-deployment-manager.
- Installing Deployment Manager
If you are using Deployment Manager on-premises, you must first install it.
- Upgrading to a new release
If you are using Deployment Manager either on-premises or on Pega Cloud Services environments, you must perform steps to upgrade to a new release.
- Setting up and configuring Deployment Manager for a quick start
Deployment Manager is ready to use out of the box. There is no need to build on top of it; however, some initial configurations are needed before you can get started. For details about how Deployment Manager works, see .
- Using Deployment Manager
After you set up and configure Deployment Manager, you can begin using it to create pipelines. You can also do a number of other tasks, such as creating Deployment Manager roles and users and configuring the notifications that you want to receive. For detailed information, see .
- Using troubleshooting tips
If you encounter issues with Deployment Manager, you can troubleshoot it in a number of ways.
- Obtaining support
If you experience problems using Deployment Manager, submit a support request to My Support Portal.