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Creating pipelines

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When you add a pipeline, you define all the stages and tasks that you want to do on each system. For example, if you are using branches, you can start a build when a branch is merged. If you are using a QA system, you can run test tasks to validate application data. Pipelines are the first step in getting started with setting up a process for deploying a change through the release. See the articles below for more information on creating each of the available pipeline types.

  • Creating a deployment pipeline

    Deployment pipelines are an application pipeline type to generate artifacts from the system of record and deliver them through the various stages of the workflow. When you add a pipeline, you define all the stages and tasks that you want to do on each system. If you are using a QA system, you can run test tasks to validate application data. Pipelines are the first step in getting started with setting up a process for deploying a change through the release.

  • Creating a merge pipeline

    Merge pipelines enable developers to submit rule branches for a merge after validating the changes against specific quality gates such as guardrails, branch review, and automated tests. For example, if you are using branches, you can start a build when a branch is merged. Pipelines are the first step in getting started with setting up a process for deploying a change through the release.

  • Creating a business change pipeline

    Business change pipelines are used to support everyday, business-as-usual changes to your application. This pipeline type allows users to respond to changing requirements by modifying and deploying application rules in a controlled manner. When you add a pipeline, you define all the stages and tasks that you want to do on each system. Pipelines are the first step in getting started with setting up a process for deploying a business change outside of an enterprise release.

  • Creating a data migration pipeline

    Create a pipeline by defining the production and simulation environments and the application details for the pipeline. By using a data migration pipeline, you can export and import simulation data automatically.

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