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How to deploy a pipeline?

What is Deployment?

A deployment is an instance of a pipeline execution (which pulls the code from the source code repository, builds it and releases it in a particular environment).

Once the pipeline is created, it can be deployed via direct commits on code repositories (if CD is enabled) or manual deployments from the pipelines page UI.

Accessing the deployment page

  1. Go to Humalect console's dashboard.
  2. Click on Projects. Select a Project of your choice.
  3. Click on Pipelines. Select a Pipeline of your choice.
  4. Click on Deployments and you will see the page as below.


Components of Deployments

  1. At the top, you can see the name of the project, cluster, and repository with which your pipeline is created.
  2. You can see the branch and the environment(default in this case), to which your pipeline is linked.
  3. Deploy Pipeline button can be used for manual deployment of the pipeline.
  4. Show Metrics and Logs shows real time CPU and memory usage of your deployment. It also streams the logs of your existing Kubernetes deployment.
  5. Time field displays timestamp of the deployment.
  6. Trigger shows the type of deployment, it can be manual or automatic. The value of the field is automatic if CD was enabled in pipeline and manual if the pipeline was deployed manually.
  7. Commit field redirects the user to the exact git commit which was deployed.
  8. Deployment field shows the deployment progress
  9. Status fields shows the status of various steps involved.

What are various ways of deploying my pipeline?

There are two ways of deploying your pipeline via Humalect's console:

  1. Manual: It could be done by clicking on the `Deploy Pipeline` button.
  2. Automatic: Deployment happens automatically on every commit in the specific branch of the source code repository.


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