Announcing the Go 2.1 Early Access Program

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    Manoj

    Authorization for automatic stages would mean that it would come into play when people re-run a stage and trigger a automatic stage when the pipeline has been paused?

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    Anush Ramani

    Hi Manoj,


    Authorization would come into play when users try to re-run or trigger an automatic stage (as you mention).


    Pausing a pipeline overrides all of this. You would not be able to perform any operations on any of the stages in a paused pipeline.


    -Anush

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    Manoj

    No I meant when a automatic stage would not have been tiggered when the pipeline has been paused ( during the time when the previous stage passes) and the pipeline is then unpaused.

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    Anush Ramani

    Yes, you're correct. For example, if you have a pipeline with two stages (A and B) and the following scenario happens:



    1. The pipeline gets triggered

    2. Stage A starts building

    3. The pipeline is paused before stage A completes


    Now, stage B does not get triggered even if it were an auto stage. Once the pipeline is unpaused, only those who have authorization to trigger stage B can do so.

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    John Guerriere

    Forrester on Dev Ops/Continuous Delivery and Long-Term Business Agility


    http://blogs.forrester.com/dave_west/10-09-01-highlights_agile_2010_tom_and_dave


    "Agile 2010 could be described as the breakthrough event for dev ops professionals responsible for delivering what Agile teams produce. Emblematic of this trend is ThoughtWorks’ timely announcement of a new continuous delivery product called Go. Too many Agile teams complain that they can only be as flexible as their release organization. Addressed through a tool like Go, process changes, or both, integrating development with operations and release is crucial for long-term business agility."

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