With Pipelines as Code, cluster administrators and users with the required privileges can define pipeline templates as part of source code Git repositories. When triggered by a source code push or a pull request for the configured Git repository, Pipelines as Code runs the pipeline and reports the status.
Pipelines as Code supports the following features:
Pull request status and control on the platform hosting the Git repository.
GitHub Checks API to set the status of a pipeline run, including rechecks.
GitHub pull request and commit events.
Pull request actions in comments, such as
Git events filtering and a separate pipeline for each event.
Automatic task resolution in OpenShift Pipelines, including local tasks, Tekton Hub, and remote URLs.
Retrieval of configurations using GitHub blobs and objects API.
Access Control List (ACL) over a GitHub organization or using a Prow style
tkn pac CLI plugin for managing bootstrapping and Pipelines as Code repositories.
Support for GitHub App, GitHub Webhook, Bitbucket Server, and Bitbucket Cloud.