Discussion4Replies738Views×Close popoverSunil Jha (Sunil.Jha) Capgemini Nederland B.V. Managing Consultant (Pega Solution Architect) Capgemini Nederland B.V. NL View ProfileSend Message Sunil.Jha Member since 2015 9 posts Capgemini Nederland B.V. Posted: March 24, 2020Last activity: May 30, 2020Posted: 24 Mar 2020 2:57 EDTLast activity: 30 May 2020 8:30 EDT What are the Pros and Cons of Pega DevOps & Integrating Azure Devops with Pega?Hi Linoy,We are in the phase of framing the process for Pega applications Code deployment process.We have 2 options available - 1) Pega Devops and 2) Integrating Azure Devops with Pega.Like to understand pros and cons of using these 2 options in real time pega projects which helps us to decide the process based on real time experiences.Thanks,Sunil Branched Information: Originally posted as reply here.***Branched by Moderator Marissa*** Pega Platform 8.3.3 DevOps ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 10 months agoUpdated: 10 months agoPosted: 2 Apr 2020 21:27 EDTUpdated: 2 Apr 2020 21:29 EDT×Close popoverYogesh Yadav (PEGATECH) Humana Inc. Humana Inc. US View ProfileSend MessagePEGATECH Humana Inc. replied to Sunil.JhaSunil,We have done a Complete CI/CD pipeline in Azure DevOps, directly integrating with Pega.Azure DevOps is a very mature product, with many integration options. It is truly an enterprise DevOps suite.Few things that we have learnt of being on Azure.ConsCustom Solution for any Code smell detection.Merging/Branch handling needs to be customizedCustom solution for Unit Test case handlingCustomize the rollbackAlthough, most of these above cons require one time investment and thereupon will be very seamless, considering both Azure DevOps and Pega support rest Api's for various needsWith respect of Pros:Ability to, most important, fully customize the release pipeline with as many steps as possible.Stay compliant with enterprise roadmapDoes not freeze or hangupHas Multiple Agents support required for various deployment hostsFully cloud solution that is does not spin-endlessly like molasses poem**I understand that is being explored now in Pega 8.X versions. Hope this helps!! Posted: 8 months agoPosted: 30 May 2020 8:30 EDT×Close popoverSarbartha Roy (SarbarthaR4428) Cognizant Senior Consultant - CRM Cognizant IN View ProfileSend MessageSarbarthaR4428 Cognizant replied to PEGATECHHi Sunil, Does it allow you for multiple environment deployment. Can you elaborate what file you have used to call pega service. And what configurations you did. Posted: 10 months agoPosted: 9 Apr 2020 14:15 EDT×Close popoverLinoy Alexander (alexl) PEGA Director, Developer Productivity Pegasystems Inc. US View ProfileSend Messagealexl PEGA replied to Sunil.JhaSunil, I have posted a more in depth comparison between Deployment Manager and Azure DevOps here - https://collaborate.pega.com/discussion/comparing-deployment-manager-vs-open-devops-tools-such-azure-devops-jenkins-bamboo-andHope that helps,Linoy Posted: 8 months agoPosted: 28 May 2020 10:32 EDT×Close popoverKasun Rathnayake (KasunR48) Everest Everest US View ProfileSend MessageKasunR48 Everest replied to Sunil.Jha@PEGATECH, can you please share the steps you followed or key points to consider when you did DevOps with Azure?How did you establish the integration between pega and Azure DevOps? Is that prpcServiceUtils or directly invoking pega REST APIs?