Pipeline designer allows users to author their processes and provision them on Falcon. This should make building applications on Falcon over Hadoop fairly trivial. Falcon has the ability to operate with HCatalog tables natively. This means that there is a one to one correspondence between a Falcon feed and an HCatalog table. Between the feed definition in Falcon and the underlying table definition in HCatalog, there is adequate metadata about the data stored underneath. This data (sets of them) can then be operated over by a collection of transformations to extract more refined dataset/feed. This logic (currently represented via Oozie workflow / pig scripts / map-reduce jobs) is typically represented through the Falcon process. In this talk we walk through the details of the pipeline designer and the current state of this feature.