DevOps with Pega Platform

DevOps is a culture of collaboration by Development, Quality, and Operations to address issues in all three spaces. A Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery pipeline is an automated process to quickly move applications from development through testing to deployment. Pega® Platform includes tools to support DevOps, keeps an open platform, provides hooks and services based on standards, and supports most popular tools.

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Application release management in Pega 7.2 and later

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Development

Use the Pega® Platform tools to develop or improve your application in a shared development environment. Use branches and a single-source environment to ensure stability and quality. Leverage Agile development methods to provide a constant feedback loop to pass test results and suggestions back to the developers.

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Continuous integration

Use the PegaUnit tests to verify the quality of your application. Then, use a continuous integration system such as Jenkins to automatically package an application for export to a binary application repository. For more information, see the following articles and help topics:

Continuous delivery

Use regression and acceptance testing to validate the application before the application is declared ready to deploy. If the application fails the tests, roll back to a saved restore point. For more information, see the following articles and help topics:

Deployment

After an application passes the testing requirements, use a continuous integration system such as Jenkins to automatically deploy the fully validated application package into production. For more information, see the following articles and help topics: