GoCD is an open-source continuous delivery server to model and visualize complex workflow with ease. This chart bootstraps a single node GoCD server and GoCD agents on a Kubernetes cluster using the Helm package manager. This is the main repository for GoCD – a continuous delivery server. GoCD helps you automate and streamline the build-test-release cycle for worry-free, continuous delivery of your product.
GoCD’s value stream map shows your entire path to production in a single view. Easily navigate across jobs, spot inefficiencies, and optimize your process.
No plugin required, out of box CD.
GoCD streamlines your CD workflow on popular cloud environments such as Kubernetes, Docker, AWS and more.
GoCD excels at modeling complex CD workflows for fast feedback with its modeling constructs, parallel execution and dependency management.
No plugin required, out of box CD.
GoCD helps you troubleshoot a broken pipeline by tracking every change from committing to deploy in real time. Compare content – both files and commit messages – across any two arbitrary builds. No plugin required, out of box CD.
With its parallel and sequential execution, GoCD can easily configure dependencies for fast feedback and on-demand deployment. Its fan-in/fan-out dependency management always does the “right thing,” avoiding spurious builds.
Every pipeline instance is anchored to a particular changeset. GoCD makes it easy to pass once-built binaries between stages so you know exactly what’s being deployed and that the binary has been tested.
GoCD’s real power is in the visibility it provides over your end-to-end workflow. GoCD’s Value Stream Map lets you track a change from committing to deploy at a glance. And when things go wrong, it’s easy to see both the upstream cause and the downstream effects.
GoCD’s manual triggers allow you to deploy any known good version of your application to wherever you like. This increases the reliability of pushing to production and empowers QA teams with self-service environments. And, if necessary, it’s securable and auditable.
Verification is a key piece of any deployment pipeline. GoCD will execute tests written in most languages or frameworks. GoCD’s agent grid provides parallel and cross-platform execution. GoCD’s test reporting will tell you in exactly which changeset and on which platform a test started breaking, which comes in extremely handy when fixing a complex broken build.
GoCD’s compare builds feature can provide a simple bill of materials for any deployment. Perhaps more powerful is its ability to compare the content – both files and commit messages – across any two arbitrary builds. This is invaluable when troubleshooting a broken pipeline.
GoCD’s agent grid eliminates bottlenecks, providing trivial parallel execution across pipelines, platforms, versions, branches, etc.
Easily reuse pipeline configurations via GoCD’s template system. This makes managing pipelines for versions and branches easy as pie.
While most enterprise applications go overboard with their permission model, GoCD seeks to provide just enough. In particular, GoCD supports auditable deployment and can delegate the configuration of pipelines to users without full-blown admin privileges.
GoCD has extension points for which plugins can be created. There are numerous plugins already available, or if you don’t see what you need, you can write your own.
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