Operation administrator’s guide to IBM Cloud Pak for Applications
Incorporate your standards
|101||Cloud-native development grows up||Blog|
|201||Continuous delivery with Tekton Dashboards example||Tutorial|
|301||Deploy a Knative application using Tekton Pipelines||Tutorials|
|301||Use Tekton to deploy Appsody applications to OpenShift||Tutorial|
An operations administrator's job is to design, build, and maintain the pipeline and paths through the different stages of application creation: development, testing, staging, and production. In Appsody environments, an operations administrator works with the stack architects on where the stacks would be hosted and the deployment process they are hooked to.
Use the following resources to understand how to build continuous delivery into your application creation process.
- Blog Post
In this blog post, we introduce you to new cloud-native products and open source projects from IBM — IBM Cloud Pak for Applications, Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind — that simplify your journey to the cloud.
Learn how we used Tekton Pipelines and Red Hat OpenShift to speed our deployments from 45 minutes to 15 minutes.
Tekton Pipelines is an open source project that configures and run CI/CD pipelines in a Kubernetes cluster. You can use it to create a pipeline that builds and deploys a Knative app.
Use Appsody's pre-built Tekton Pipelines to continuously deploy applications to OpenShift.