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Deploying a pipeline
Deploying a pipeline

Learn how to deploy a pipeline in a test or production environment

Patricia Lopes Ribeiro avatar
Written by Patricia Lopes Ribeiro
Updated over a week ago

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Once the pipeline flow has been created, the next step is to make it available for use, that is, deploy it. On the Run tab, you can deploy your pipeline in seconds, depending on the size of your deployment. This deployment can be done both in the test environment (test) and in the production environment (prod).

If you want to know more about the Run step, where deployments are managed, see the article Runtime.

How to deploy a pipeline?

The process to deploy the pipeline to a test or production environment is simple. See:

1. Define the pipeline to be deployed

First of all, access the Run screen and click the "CREATE" button.

Select a pipeline and its version - if it is a multi-instance pipeline, select an instance as well. Then, choose the desired pipeline size, as in the example below:

If the pipeline is already deployed, a section is displayed informing the current deployment configuration, which is automatically applied to the new deployment.

Also in this section, it is possible to visit the pipeline currently deployed through the link "Open the pipeline in a new tab".

2. Set the number of concurrent executions

Then, select the number of concurrent executions.

3. Set the number of replicas to be used

Now, define the number of replicas to be used.

As values are defined, an information box at the bottom of the screen shows how many licenses will be needed for the deployment, as well as other important information. See:

4. Click on the “DEPLOY” button

Clicking the "DEPLOY" button will display a summary of all selections made, and the calculation of licenses consumed for deployment.


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