This topic provides a list of plugins available for Deployment Automation.
The standard plugins are included in the server installation, while the rest must be downloaded from the Deployment Automation support page and loaded into Deployment Automation through Administration > Automation > Plugins.
When working with plugins, take into account:
- The utility steps are used in application processes to acquire process locks, execute a manual task, set status, run global processes, and perform other general process operations. For details, see Utility steps for application processes.
- New plugins are actively in development. For more plugins, search the Knowledge Base and follow your usual Support procedures.
- You can get and share plugins on the Community website.
Here is a list of plugins grouped by broad usage categories:
|Apache Ant plugin||Deployment Automation plugin for TeamCity||MS Build plugin|
|Deployment Automation Jenkins plugin||Jenkins plugin||UrbanCode AnthillPro plugin|
|DBDeploy Plugin||SQL*Plus plugin|
|DBUpgrader Plugin||SQL-JDBC Plugin|
|Atlassian Bamboo Plugin||Informatica plugin||Puppet plugin|
|Chef Plugin||Microsoft BizTalk plugin||Web Services Plugin|
|Docker Plugin||Oracle Business Intelligence Plugin|
|Citrix NetScaler Plugin|
|F5 BIG-IP Plugin|
|Nagios XI Plugin|
|Quality and test management|
|Deploy Tools Plugin||Rally Plugin|
|Micro Focus ALM / Quality Center Plugin||Selenium plugin|
|QuickTest Pro plugin||Silk Central Plugin|
|Virtual and cloud environment management|
|Amazon EC2 Plugin||Kubernetes REST plugin||VMware vCenter plugin|
|AWS CloudFormation Plugin||Microsoft Windows Azure Plugin||VMware Workstation Plugin|
|Kubernetes CLI plugin||VMware vSphere ESXi Plugin|
* Plugins marked with an asterisk are standard plugins included in the server installation.