Create a Deployment

Create a deployment to apply the deployment plan to a specified environment. Therefore, you can run multiple deployments to different environments from a single deployment plan. From a single deployment plan, you can use the to promote deployments through multiple environments, such as Dev to QA to Production.
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Create a deployment to apply the deployment plan to a specified environment. Therefore, you can run multiple deployments to different environments from a single deployment plan. From a single deployment plan, you can use the Deployment Pipeline Overview to promote deployments through multiple environments, such as Dev to QA to Production.
You can use integrated CI tools such as Jenkins and Team Foundation Server to create deployment plans and deployments using plugin integrations. Plugins let you instrument deployments directly from the interface of the integrated CI tool.
Follow these steps:
  1. Go to
    Releases
    ,
    Deployment Plans by Project
    , and select the deployment plan from which you want to create the deployment.
  2. Click
    Deploy
    .
  3. Give the deployment a name and define the environment on which to deploy.
  4. Define whether to run the deployment immediately or to only run the pre-deployment step.
  5. Click
    Save
    .
    Depending on your selection, either the deployment starts to run, or the pre-deployment step runs and the deployment is ready for execution.
    For more information about running the deployment, see Manage Approval Gates.
Schedule a Deployment
To run a deployment at a predefined time, schedule a deployment.
Follow these steps:
  1. Go to
    Releases
    ,
    Deployments
    .
  2. Select the deployment.
  3. On the
    Information
    tab, click
    Schedule
    .
  4. Specify a
    Date
    ,
    Start time
    , and
    Estimated duration
    .
  5. Click
    Save
    .
    The deployment runs at the specified time.