Deployment Automation

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Advanced model-based deployment separates the what, where, and how of release orchestration to allow targeting a different endpoint, like Google GCP or Amazon AWS, without needing to change the process or the payload. It provides CloudBees CD/RO users with:

  • Different deployment and rollback strategies out of the box, like blue/green, canary, or component vs. whole.

  • The flexibility to schedule deployments based on resource availability or block-out dates.

  • Fine-grained visibility into exactly what is deployed in each environment—​from application version down to artifact version. It also helps in troubleshooting, auditing, and planning with

CloudBees CD/RO Level 1: Deployment Automation

Active subscribers and partners have access to our self-paced training curriculum. Take this level 1 course that teaches the deployment capabilities in CloudBees CD/RO for deploying Applications, Microservices, and other content to your target environments using a combination of curriculum and hands-on lab exercises.

Advanced model-based deployment drives application and deployment master component reuse to foster standardized, auditable practices and repeatable enterprise-wide deployment processes. Deployments in previous stages will be repeated exactly in production.

CloudBees CD/RO supports the creation, versioning, deployment, required middleware, and infrastructure details for a complete release package. You can model and version traditional application tiers, microservice applications, and environments to orchestrate the software release flow and also to standardize and automate the deployment of application tiers or microservices between environments.

CloudBees CD/RO deploy makes deployments manageable, reproducible, and error-proof by modeling application tiers or microservices, the environments to which it are be deployed, and automating the workflow needed for the deployment. The model can be broken into these parts of your application tiers or microservice deployment.

  • What: the files or microservices being deployed

  • Where: the environments to which the application or microservices are deployed.

  • How: the processes that orchestrate deployment of the application tiers or microservices to the environment.