With the continued growth and adoption of DevOps in the software development life cycle (SDLC), it is becoming common practice to have multiple tools managing the continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) process.
Multiple tools playing different roles means it is imperative that they quickly and effectively communicate information with each other. The primary means of communication today is through webhooks. Webhooks are essentially real-time push notifications to any number of subscribing applications. A more common example is Repository Push notifications from Git providers such as GitHub or Bitbucket.
Webhooks enable a broad spectrum of integrations, further streamlining your DevOps solution. There are native integrations and examples for GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Jira, and Slack to enable continuous integration, dynamic release creation, external approvals, and more. FlexDeploy makes it easy to establish powerful integrations with any tools which support webhooks.
In this webinar, we'll cover how FlexDeploy's enablement of receiving and managing webhooks allows users to integrate FlexDeploy with other DevOps tools like source control, issue tracking, and change management.
Watch this webinar to see how webhooks can transform FlexDeploy into an automated machine!
Joel has been working on integration and API architecture and development for the past 8 years, including with products such as Oracle SOA Suite, MuleSoft Anypoint Platform, Oracle Integration Cloud and API Platform, and Google Apigee. At Flexagon, Joel is part of the FlexDeploy engineering team which is enabling on-prem and cloud use cases related to integration, API management, containers, and other tools and technologies.