Develop Your Pipelines Just Like Your Applications: In Code

Mar 26, 2018 by Alex Bello

Many teams are pushing for everything-as-code. Armory’s new Pipelines as Code feature provides a way to define application deployment pipelines through code instead of configuring a running Spinnaker instance via the user interface. This has been one of the most requested features to build into Armory’s Platform.

Defining pipelines as code in your source control system is particularly useful if you are trying to manage pipeline changes and drive efficiency via pipeline modules reuse across many applications and teams.

Below is a live demo showing Armory’s Pipeline as Code in action, also you can find the detailed docs here. Give it a try — we’d love your feedback and questions on how it works.

Armory’s platform exists to help software teams ship better software faster. It’s free forever for 5 users or less. You can:

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