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Release Notes: Webhooks for Deployment

December 20, 2019 by Natalie Calderon

Many of our users have deployment pipelines that ensure their applications can be updated programmatically as part of their DevOps lifecycles. We have released a feature in preview that allows users to leverage webhooks to update a service’s image by forcing a service to stop and restart. The webhooks are unique for each service and can be added into a deployment pipeline, placed behind a push-button deploy, or wherever your team feels is the best implementation for forcing the restart of services.

When the webhook is requested, the corresponding service is forced to stop and restart. This causes the service to fetch for the image and tag as specified in the service upon restarting. The configuration of the service is managed exclusively in the MedStack Control web application.

For more information on how webhooks work in MedStack Control, check out our support documentation.

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