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Because there is no single standard DevOps pipeline, an organization's design and deployment is influenced by its technology stack, a DevOps engineer's level of experience, budget, and other considerations. A DevOps engineer should be able to code, manage infrastructure, administer systems, and use DevOps tools.
Furthermore, each company's technological stack is unique, which could affect the procedure. If your codebase is written in Node.js, for example, whether you use a local proxy npm registry, whether you download the source code and run 'npm install' at each stage of the pipeline, or if you do it once and build an artifact that passes through the pipeline, are all important factors to consider. If your program is container-based, you'll need to decide whether to use a local or remote container registry, whether to build the container once and move it along the pipeline, or whether to rebuild it at each stage.
Despite the fact that each pipeline is unique, the bulk of businesses uses the same core components. Each step in the pipeline is reviewed for success before going on to the next level. The pipeline is interrupted in the event of a failure, and the developer is notified.