As a Code Stream administrator or developer, you can create more complex pipelines that model and automate the steps in your DevOps release lifecycle.

To learn about... See Using and Managing
What it is and what you can do

What is it and how does it work

Modeling your release process

Setting up to model my release process

Configuring the pipeline workspace

Configuring the Pipeline Workspace

Planning a CICD, CI, or CD native build, and creating the pipeline

Planning to natively build, integrate, and deliver your code

Use cases and tutorials

For example:

How do I continuously integrate code from my GitHub or GitLab repository into my pipeline

And more!

For more information about what you can do with Code Stream, use the in-product help in the in-product support panel in Code Stream.

When you use the in-product help in Code Stream, you can search and find information about many subjects, such as dashboards.

By using the in-product help, you can learn about these features and much more:

  • Communicating with cloud-based endpoints and remote endpoints on premises
  • Working with restricted resources and variables
  • Working with projects
  • Triggering a pipeline when developers update code
  • Tracking KPIs for your pipelines on custom dashboards

To learn more about what you can do with Code Stream, see Using and Managing VMware Code Stream.