The Pipeline Execution tab contains all the pipeline executions in a list view. It also contains the summary view showing the following:
The pipeline execution screen is shown in the image below:
In the above image, the list of pipelines is displayed and has the following details:
Application – This column shows the application.
Service – This column shows the name of the service.
Pipeline - This column shows the pipeline of the application.
Status - This column shows the status of the deployment.
Start Time - This columns shows the deployment start time.
End Time - This column shows the deployment end time.
Triggered By - This column shows the user who triggered the deployment.
Cluster - This column shows the name of the cluster.
You can opt to show or hide these columns in the list available. To do so, click the menu icon as shown in the image below:
The list of available columns will appear. You can select/deselect a particular column to remove it from the pipeline table as shown below:
Let’s take an example where you have around 200 pipelines in the list. But you want to view the details of one particular pipeline or a set of pipelines. This is where you can apply filter to the list and view the specific pipeline(s) as per your requirement. There are two type of filters available, Basic and Advanced filters.
The basic filter allows you to simply search a pipeline using the name of the pipeline. For example, from the available pipeline list you only want to view the AWS-AMI pipeline. To do so, enter the name of the pipeline in the Search text box as shown below:
The list will only show the pipeline with that particular name as shown in the image below:
The basic filter is a simple name search. Now, let us suppose you want to view the pipelines for a particular week. This is where the advanced filter options help you to filter with specific conditions. To open the advanced filter options click the toggle button. The options are shown in the image below:
Select time Range
You can also filter the applications for a specific time period. To do so, click the Last Six months drop-down as shown below:
Filter by Column
You can also opt to filter the pipelines by the columns of the table showing the list of pipelines. To do so click the filter icon. Refer to the image below:
As of now, you can only filter by 5 columns. They are as follows:
Pipeline – Select the check box to filter by the name of the pipeline. Once you select a drop down will appear as shown below:
Click the drop-down to select the name of the pipeline which you want to view. Refer to the image below:
Similarly, you can add the other columns and select the respective value to filter.
You can also opt to combine different filters. For example, you may want to view the pipelines which are triggered by the admin user and has the status successful. To do so follow the steps below:
1. Click on the filter icon.
2. Select both the Triggered By and the Status check box respectively.
3. The Triggered By and Status drop-downs will appear as shown below:
4. Click the Triggered By drop-down and select the Admin user. Refer to the image below:
5. Click the Status drop-down and select the Terminal status. Refer to the image below:
Now the pipelines displayed in the list will only be the ones which were triggered by the admin and has been terminated.
You can also save the customized filters for your future reference and quick results. To do so, follow the steps below:
Once the filter is applied, click Save Filter as shown in the image below:
2. Enter the name of the filter in the text box and click Save. Refer to the image below:
3. The filter is saved. For quick access to this filter click the Select Saved Filter drop-down button and apply the saved filter. Refer to the image below: