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An application in Code Pipes refers to a single container or a set of containers. It represents the business logic of your project.
In Code Pipes, the term "Application" encompass the following elements:
When working with applications in Code Pipes, you will come across the following elements:
Name: The name of your application, which helps identify it within the system.
Description: A brief description of your application, outlining its purpose, roles, and responsibilities.
Application Configuration: This allows you to define various characteristics and configurations specific to your application. It includes settings for sensitive and non-sensitive variables required by the application.
Artifacts: A list of artifacts that are needed during the lifecycle of the application. These artifacts can include:
- gitCode: The working code repository where developers commit their changes.
- containerImage: The container repository where the container image for the application is stored.
- bucketObject: A blob-storage object, such as an object in an S3 bucket.
- files: Various types of files including text, binary, or image files.
To add a new application in Code Pipes, follow these steps:
To update an existing application in Code Pipes, follow these steps:
To remove an application from Code Pipes, follow these steps:
Note that removing an application will delete all associated artifacts and configurations, so exercise caution before proceeding.
To add an artifact to an application in Code Pipes, follow these steps:
To remove a container artifact from an application in Code Pipes, follow these steps:
Confirm the removal when prompted, and the container artifact will be removed from the application in Code Pipes.
Updated 3 months ago