Welcome to VMware Code Stream™ documentation. Learn how to configure and use VMware Code Stream to support your DevOps lifecycle. Use the features such as pipelines, endpoints, and dashboards. Learn how to plan a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CICD) build and create a pipeline for it. Use the native build capability to build, test, and deploy your application, and automate the releases of your applications to production.

You can use the navigation on the left to browse through the documentation for your release of VMware Code Stream. All VMware Code Stream documentation also comes in PDF format, which you can access by clicking the PDF download icon when you are reading a page or viewing a search result.

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Are you new to VMware Code Stream?

When you work with features in VMware Code Stream, such as continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines, or triggers that can start your pipelines when events occur, you might have questions and need more information.

If you don’t find the information you need here, you can get more help in the product.

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If you are familiar with VMware Code Stream and want to see what new features are enabled, see What's New in VMware vRealize Automation Cloud.

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Ready to get started?

With VMware Code Stream, you can create pipelines that model your software release cycle, and continuously integrate and deploy your software applications. You can connect to cloud-based and on-premises endpoints, and can designate endpoints and variables as restricted resources. You can trigger pipelines when developers update their code, and use a project to group pipelines and related components. With the dashboards, you can monitor pipeline results and track pipeline KPIs. VMware Code Stream allows you to do much more!

To get started creating pipelines that build, test, and deploy your software applications, see Getting Started with VMware Code Stream.

To learn more about VMware Code Stream and how it can model your software release process, see these topics.

For more information, see the VMware Code Stream product page.

Does VMware Code Stream work with other vRealize Automation Cloud?

Yes! VMware Code Stream integrates with other vRealize Automation Cloud, including VMware Cloud Assembly and VMware Service Broker. For an overview of the available services, see VMware Cloud Services.

For a hands-on introduction to getting started with vRealize Automation Cloud, try a hands-on lab (HOL).