Dell Boomi AtomSphere

Deployment

Deployment is the means by which you move your processes and deployable components into a runtime environment.

NOTE: The new deployment workflow is designed to improve your deployment experience. To help you make the transition to the new workflow at your own pace, Dell Boomi is releasing this functionality as an optional account feature for Environment-enabled accounts. If you would like to have this feature enabled in your account, contact your Dell Boomi representative.

After you build a process you deploy that process to an environment where you want it to run, such as Test or Production. But in order to deploy a process or component, you must first package it. A package represents a point in time during the development of a process or component — for example, a point at which you want to test the process or share it with other users.

In addition to processes, the following types of components can be packaged and deployed independently:

  • API

  • Certificate (public X.509)

  • Custom Library

  • Flow Service

  • Process Route

  • Processing Group

NOTE: After you package a process for deployment, you can share that same packaged process in the Process Library or add it to an integration pack. You can also add packaged API components to an integration pack.

The Deploy menu provides access to the following deployment tools:

  • The Package Manager option lets you create and manage deployable packages for the processes and components that you build.

  • The Deployments option lets you monitor existing deployments and create new deployments.

  • The Integration Packs option lets users of managed accounts deploy, or install, integration packs that have been shared with their account.

NOTE: For accounts that do not include environments, Legacy process deployment enables you to attach and deploy a process or component to an Atom.
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