Track project assets in a Git repository

You can associate a Git repository with a single project or with all projects in a project space. In your sandbox SnapLogic Environment, track work with a branch of the respository. When ready, merge to the main branch. In the production SnapLogic Environment, pull the main branch to get the reviewed and approved projects.

To set up this workflow for a single SnapLogic developer, use the steps below. For multiple developers working on the same project, use steps 1 - 3 and skip to concurrent development for the remaining steps.

Steps related to the SnapLogic project include links to detailed steps and to the APIs for automation:
  1. Create a repository in your Git environment.
  2. To optionally use a secrets manager, set up credentials in the vault. Use your Environment names in the keys to separate development from production accounts.
  3. In the sandbox SnapLogic Environment, set up Accounts.
  4. In a project space, create one or more projects to associate with the Git repository.
  5. Use the SnapLogic Git integration to create a repository branch and check it out for the project space or the project.
  6. Design and develop your pipelines and tasks.
  7. Commit the changes.
  8. Create a pull request for review.
  9. When finished with review, merge the pull request branch to the main branch.
  10. Associate a tag with the latest files in the main branch.
  11. In the production environment, perform a pull using the defined tag. Accounts with the same name across all Orgs are considered the same account.

To undo, perform a pull using a tag defined for an earlier version of the main branch files.

To automate delivery, set up a CI/CD workflow in your Git provider that is automatically triggered on update of the main branch. The CI/CD workflow performs a pull of the updated files into the production environment.