Setting up DeployHub
What you need to get started.
Start by defining the following:
|Create a Domain||Define your catalog by creating a Domain hierarchy for sharing. For SaaS user, your Company Domain and your Project Domain are automatically created. With an on-premise version, you will see only a Global Domain. You will need to create your Domains to get started.|
|Add your Credentials||Credentials are user name and password pairs needed for accessing external resources like Repositories and Endpoints. It is best to set them up first so they are available when needed.|
|Add your Repositories||Add your Repository before you begin defining your Components as you will need to specify a Repository for your finding your Component. DeployHub needs to know where to pull files and containers.|
|Define your Environment and Endpoints||Next, identify your deployment landscape before you execute a deployment. You will deploy to an Environment which is a collection of Endpoints.|
|Publish your Components||Publish your collection of Components before you create your Application.|
|Package Your Application||Create an Application Base line to track, version and map your Components overtime.|
Once this basic setup is complete, integrate DeployHub into your CI/CD process to automatically track, version and deploy your Application and Components.
Last modified July 9, 2020: small cleanup (b45ee8f)