Any step can have
on_success tacked onto it, whose value is a second step to execute only if the parent step succeeds.
The step to execute when the parent step succeeds. If the attached step fails, the outer step is considered to have failed.
The following will perform the second task only if the first one succeeds:
plan: - get: foo - task: unit file: foo/unit.yml on_success: task: alert file: foo/alert.yml
Note that this is semantically equivalent to the following:
plan: - get: foo - task: unit file: foo/unit.yml - task: alert file: foo/alert.yml
...however it is provided mainly for cases where there is an equivalent
on_failure, and having them next to each other is more clear.