IBM UrbanCode Deploy
IBM UrbanCode Deploy
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This product automates application deployments through environments. It is designed to facilitate rapid feedback and continuous delivery in agile development while providing the audit trails, versioning, and approvals needed in production.
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Yes, It does. Use the Kubernetes plugin to interact with Kube resources within UrbanCode Deploy: https://www.urbancode.com/plugin/kubernetes/ or the OpenShift for UrbanCode Deploy plugin to interact with OpenShift applications within UrbanCode Deploy: https://www.urbancode.com/plugin/openshift-2/
You can integrate IBM UrbanCode Deploy into your delivery pipeline and avoid re-architecting your toolchain with over 200 plugins for development, testing, infrastructure and cloud—such as the Jenkins Pipeline and VMware vRealize Automation plugins.
IBM UrbanCode Deploy allows you to create models of the deployment process with a graphical process editor, replacing manual steps and nonstandard scripts. No programming is required. You can create processes of any complexity, assign them to deployment environments and execute them more reliably.
The Blueprint Designer is a separately-installed component that is included with the UrbanCode Deploy product suite. While UrbanCode Deploy drives deployment automation of applications into existing environments, Blueprint Designer accelerates application testing and deployment by enabling the design and provision of new environments in the cloud, and application deployments to those environments.
Before an application makes its way into production, it usually has to take an “exam” before moving into the next environment. These exams can come as testing criteria, or simply as stakeholder agreeing that the application is ready for the next environment. These “exams” are better known as deployment approvals and gates.
A DevOps transformation includes bringing z/OS into the current century for development practices. Mobile applications make hundreds of millions of z Systems backend calls every day (for example, calls to COBOL and PL/1). The mainframe must be part of the modern development and operations practices.
IBM UrbanCode Deploy detects IBM WebSphere Application Server automatically and creates corresponding resources on the server. You can import IBM WebSphere Application Server cell and cluster configurations, and generate a template that is stored and promoted across environments.