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Pipelines as Code

Aug 14, 2019 by Stacie Graves

A short demonstration of how powerful Armory’s Pipelines as Code feature can be in your environment:

Armory’s Pipelines as Code feature provides a way to specify pipeline definitions in source code repos (like GitHub & BitBucket).

The Armory Spinnaker installation provides a service called “Dinghy” which will keep the pipeline in Spinnaker in sync with what is defined in the GitHub repo. Also, users will be able to make a pipeline by composing other pipelines, stages, or tasks and templating certain values.

See the step by step guide here. We’d also love to talk to you more about Armory and Spinnaker – contact us here!

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