Learn how to manage your applications in Spinnaker.
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Learn how to deploy artifacts to different environments based on pipeline execution.
Learn how to rollback Kubernetes deployments from Spinnaker based on complexity and number of artifacts deployed.
Access Spinnaker’s REST APIs.
This section contains AWS-specific guides for non-admin users of Spinnaker.
This section contains guides for configuring and using Canary Analysis with various monitoring solutions.
Tips on how to use Cloud Foundry with Spinnaker™.
Learn why you should use Debian packages in your Spinnaker pipelines.
Learn how to use Spinnaker’s Kubernetes V2 provider to deploy your Docker image.
Learn how to use Spinnaker’s Kubernetes V2 provider to deploy your applications.
Learn how to use HashiCorp Vault to store Spinnaker secrets.
This section contains guides for using PaCRD, a Kubernetes controller that manages the lifecycle of Spinnaker applications and pipelines within a cluster.
Discover why pipelines are the key to orchestrating deployments in Spinnaker.
Read about best practices for configuration and secret management.
Learn how to use SpEL for pipeline expressions.
Learn how to use Docker images in your Spinnaker pipeline.
Add a GitHub trigger to your Spinnaker pipeline.
Configure Spinnaker to use GitHub artifacts in your pipelines.
Learn how to use Jenkins in your Spinnaker pipelines.
Learn how to use Kustomize within your Spinnaker pipeline to generate a custom Kubernetes deployment manifest artifact. You can use this artifact in a downstream stage to deploy your application.
Learn how to use Spinnaker pipeline definitions that are stored in source code repos such as GitHub and BitBucket.
Add policies to your Open Policy Agent (OPA) instance for Spinnaker to use when it performs validation to make sure your pipelines meet your policy requirements.
Use the Evaluate Artifacts Stage to create new base64 artifacts from text in the pipeline, which can contain SpEL expressions. When the pipeline runs, the stage creates a new artifact from the provided text and the results of any evaluated SpEL expression. This artifact can then be referenced in subsequent stages.
Learn how to use the Terraform Integration pipeline stage to execute tasks against your Terraform projects.
Learn how to configure a webhook in your Spinnaker pipeline.
The Armory (ARM) CLI is a standalone tool that renders dinghyfiles for you to use with Armory’s Pipelines as Code feature.
Learn how to perform tasks in Spinnaker with video tutorials.