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Understanding model-driven DevOps with Deployment Manager

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Use Deployment Manager to configure and run continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) workflows for your Pega applications from within Pega Platform. You can create a standardized deployment process so that you can deploy predictable, high-quality releases without using third-party tools.

With Deployment Manager, you can fully automate your CI/CD workflows, including branch merging, application package generation, artifact management, and package promotion to different stages in the workflow. You can download Deployment Manager for Pega Platform from the Deployment Manager Pega Marketplace page.

For answers to frequently asked questions, see the Deployment Manager FAQ page.

  • Deployment Manager release notes

    These release notes provide information about enhancements, known issues, issues related to updating from a previous release, and issues that were resolved in each release of Deployment Manager.

  • 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.

  • Understanding Deployment Manager architecture and workflows

    Use Deployment Manager to configure and run continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) workflows for your Pega applications from within Pega Platform. You can create a standardized deployment process so that you can deploy predictable, high-quality releases without using third-party tools.

  • Understanding best practices for using branches with Deployment Manager

    Follow these best practices when you use branches in your Deployment Manager pipelines. The specific practices depend on whether you have a single development team or multiple development teams in a distributed environment.

  • Managing test cases separately in Deployment Manager

    In Deployment Manager 4.4.x and later, you can package and deploy test cases separately on the candidate systems in the pipeline. When you configure a pipeline in Deployment Manager, you specify the details of the test package that you want to deploy, including the stage in the pipeline until which you want to deploy the package.

  • Creating and using custom repository types for Deployment Manager

    In Deployment Manager 3.1.x and later, you can create custom repository types to store and move your artifacts. For example, you can create a Nexus repository and use it similarly to how you would use a Pega Platform-supported repository type such as file system. By creating custom repository types, you can extend the functionality of Deployment Manager through the use of a wider variety of repository types with your artifacts.

  • Configuring Deployment Manager 4.x for Pega Platform 7.4

    You can use Deployment Manager 4.x if Pega Platform 7.4 is installed on your candidate systems (development, QA, staging, and production). You can use many of the latest features that were introduced in Deployment Manager 4.x, such as managing your deployments in a dedicated portal.

  • Deployment Manager 4.8.x

    Use Deployment Manager to configure and run continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) workflows for your Pega applications from within Pega Platform. You can create a consistent deployment process so that you can deploy high-quality releases without the use of third-party tools.

  • Obtaining deprecated Deployment Manager documentation

    The Deployment Manager releases for the corresponding versions of documentation are no longer available to be downloaded from Pega Marketplace.

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