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The examples below illustrate the use of Humanitec Pipelines.

Humanitec Pipelines supports an http action which is able to send external requests with data from the Pipeline execution. This can be used to trigger or notify external systems. One example of this is to notify a channel in Slack or raise a support request or ticket. (...)
In the “promote between environments” example, a Pipeline is used to promote a Workload from development to production. To ensure that all changes to production have first been tested in development, it may be necessary to block direct deployment of Deltas to production. Deployment request Matching Criteria can be used for this. (...)

Promote Between Environments After Approval

Artefact Automation Pipelines
While automated Continuous Delivery of deployments to a production Environment may be a goal, you may come across scenarios in which a manual approval must be given by a user or external system before promoting a sensitive component or change into an Environment. (...)
When the Platform Orchestrator deploys changes into an Environment, the Deployment status indicates whether it successfully provisioned associated resources and configured the Workloads. It does not necessarily imply that the Applications are healthy or that the desired functionality is available to end users. This is why a major benefit of Continuous Delivery Pipelines is the ability to perform health checks and run a suite of tests against the running application in a pre-production or even production Environment. (...)
In some environments, continuously deploying all changes from development to production may not be desirable. It may be more important to promote on a manually (or externally) triggered schedule. (...)