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What’s new in SAP Continuous Integration and Delivery – Q2 Release Highlights

The July Release for SAP Continuous Integration and Delivery Service is now Live! I want to use the opportunity to give you a short overview on all the great features we have released up to now in Q2.

Free Tier Plan

Explore the service without time restrictions – switch easily to the paid service plan to use it without limitations.

See the https://discovery-center.cloud.sap/serviceCatalog/continuous-integration-&-delivery?tab=service_plan&region=all

New build tool option for CAP Projects

You can now build, test, and deploy Java applications based on SAP Cloud Application Programming Model (CAP) using Maven. See the updated documentation SAP Cloud Application Programming Model – SAP Help Portal 

Some more improvements relevant for the SAP Cloud Application Programming Model Pipeline delivered earlier this year are described in this blog post.

GitLab support

In addition to GitHub (Cloud and Enterprise), Bitbucket Server (on-premise), we have now added the possibility to add web hooks also for Gitlab repositories, both cloud and hosted on-premise.
See Add a Webhook in GitLab

Service available in APJ

SAP Continuous Integration and Delivery is now available in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) data center in Japan (Tokyo). See What Is SAP Continuous Integration and Delivery – SAP Help Portal. 

 

Some more exciting updates planned for Q3 2021 – check what we have already in our roadmap and if you miss something, post your feature request in SAP Continuous Influence or leave us a comment.

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