Pipelines Beta UI is Now Available!

May 4, 2017
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First, we would like to thank all our valued beta users, who have been our partners in product innovation for Acquia Pipelines. We’re thrilled that so many of our customers have found delight with Pipelines, and we look forward to continuing to build upon the product, making your development process seamless and easy on the Acquia Cloud platform.

We’re happy to announce that the web user interface for the Pipelines beta is now available to all those beta participants with subscriptions on Acquia Cloud! In addition to the CLI, we've now provided a great UI to enhance reporting and usage inside of the Cloud UI.

We want to hear from our beta users about the new Pipelines UX

We are very interested in feedback on this user experience for DevOps on the Acquia Platform.

In particular we want feedback on the UX design, Pipelines ease of use, and to learn what additional in information you need in the UX to practice dev ops.

How to provide feedback

If the UI has not already been activated as part of your beta program participation, contact Customer Success via a support ticket with the title “Pipelines Beta Access” for the Acquia Cloud subscriptions you want to use Pipelines with.

Once the UI has been enabled...

Many of the features of Pipelines will be available to you through Cloud UI, including:

The "Start a Job" button, with a link to Pipelines example tutorials, in the Help Center

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View Job logs

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Log stream inspection

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Job log inspection

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Pipelines remains in Beta, as we continue to develop top digital experiences. In the meantime, any feedback you may have for the Pipelines UI is appreciated! If you find a bug, have a question, or have any concerns, please file a Zendesk support ticket. Our Customer Success and Product teams will assist you.

Regards,

The Acquia Pipelines team

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Any plans on supporting BitBucket in addition to GitHub?