Self-Service CI/CD

Software delivery enables software changes of all types to reach users safely, quickly, and repeatably. CI/CD pipelines enable predictable routines for developers to deliver their work. Self-service CI/CD provides visibility, features, and access control to allow individuals to deliver their work without depending on someone else.

What is build and test automation?

A build-and-test automation process provides rapid time to release by incorporating development and quality assurance workflows.

How to automate build and test with Harness.

Harness automates the build and test process through easy-to-use Continuous Integration platform features.

What is Rollback?

Rollbacks are deployments of a previously known version of an application. They restore services in case of any issues.

How to rollback deployments with Harness.

Rollback a deployment with Harness. Harness initiates a rollback of the most-recent successful deployment onto various platforms, providing rapid, predictable recovery from a failed deployment.

What is Secrets Management?

Secrets management is managing digital authentication credentials, such as passwords, API keys, OAuth tokens, and ssh keys.

How Harness manages Secrets.

Harness includes a built-in secrets management feature that enables the storing of encrypted secrets. With Harness, you can also use third-party secrets managers such as HashiCorp Vault, Azure Key Vault, CyberArk, or AWS Secrets Manager.

What are Audit Trails?

Audit trails are security logs that record events, changes, and other activities.

How Harness manages Audit Trails.

Audits provide us with answers to who, what, when, and where. Harness helps you with your audit and compliance needs. The audit trails feature provides records of all events and changes to your services and accounts.

What is Verification?

In software delivery, verification is a phase in the software development life cycle where software is evaluated to run and function as intended.

How Harness manages Verification.

Harness helps you monitor the health of your deployments by aggregating multiple providers into a single interface, using machine learning to identify anomalies, and performing automatic rollbacks or other actions.

What are Deployment Strategies?

Deployment strategies are practices used to change or upgrade a running instance of an application.

How Harness manages deployment strategies.

From basic to multi-stage service deployments. Harness supports a variety of deployment strategies, including canary and blue-green deployments.

What is GitOps?

GitOps centers itself around a version control system such as git to control the software delivery lifecycle. Leverage a git repo as a source of truth for changes and easily auto-sync changes to Kubernetes clusters. You can have confidence that changes managed through git are active within a Kubernetes environment.

How Harness manages GitOps.

The Harness GitOps integration allows you to use Git as the single source of truth while maintaining the state of the deployment process in Harness. Opt to sync changes between Harness and your git repository and accelerate your GitOps capabilities.

What is Change Management?

In software development, change management defines how individuals, teams, and organizations make changes to an application or service.

How change management is implemented with Harness.

Harness helps track and automate your change management process and tools. Harness integrates with Jira and ServiceNow to allow you to audit and control your deployments and pipelines.