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How It Works

1. Declare your application's configuration

Use the blueprint designer to declare your Application. Define Components, infrastructure, database changes, variables and low level installation procedures. Map Microservices to Components to track dependencies. Call Ansible, Chef or Puppet to manage your Infrastructure requirements.

2. Configure Workflows

Define, reuse, and share workflow logic. Workflows define the installation logic required for your application release or for individual components. Workflows are customizable and can use plug-ins from external tools.

3. Integrate with Jenkins to push continuous deployments

Orchestrate DeployHub releases from your Jenkins pipeline and achieve full continuous deployment. DeployHub's smart Environment Calendars allow Environment owners to pre-approve release times for a no-touch process driven via the CD pipeline.

4. Manage Your "Full Stack" as Code

DeployHub's Version Control engine versions your Application's 'full stack' for easy rollback, roll forward and version jumping. Even the smallest change is captured, creating a new version of your Component and Application. Deploying a previous or new version is as easy as a check-out.

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