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Learn How to Set Up a CI/CD Pipeline From Scratch
"Learn to understand continuous integration and delivery, the basis for modern DevOps, and build a CI/CD development pipeline with Jenkins in this tutorial."
continuousdeployment  continuousintegration  programming  devops 
november 2018 by garrettc
Apollo - continuous deployment solution over kubernetes
"Apollo is a simple, lightweight, Continuous Deployment (CD) solution on top of Kubernetes. Apollo can integrate with any existing building process you might have in place. All you need to do is notify it of a ready artifact, and that's it.

Apollo also provides restricted access on top of Kubernetes. Each user has fine-grained permissions, to ensure safe deployments."
kubernetes  continuousdeployment  infrastructure  devops  sysadmin 
march 2018 by garrettc
How to set up world-class continuous deployment using free hosted tools
I’m going to describe a way to put together a world-class continuous deployment infrastructure for your side-project without spending any money.
devops  github  hosting  continuousdeployment  sysadmin  infrastructure  travisci  heroku  slack 
december 2017 by garrettc
screwdriver.cd
An open source build platform designed for Continuous Delivery from Yahoo.
continuousdeployment  development  devops  sysadmin  python  github  docker  kubernetes  postgresql  mysql  bitbucket 
january 2017 by garrettc
Continuous Integration & Delivery - Illustrated
Hand-drawn sketches by Nhan Ngo that illustrate the principles of Continuous Integration & Delivery. Released under a Creative Commons license.
advice  architecture  devops  continuousdeployment  continuousintegration 
august 2014 by garrettc
Deploying PHP applications with Vlad and SVN
Using the Rails system "Vlad the Deployer" (really, where do they get these names?!) to deploy PHP based apps.
php  svn  rubyonrails  rails  web  server  continuousdeployment 
may 2009 by garrettc
Lessons Learned: Continuous deployment and continuous learning
"Our eventual conclusion was that there was no reason to have code that had passed the integration step but was not yet deployed."
programming  agile  development  management  continuousdeployment 
february 2009 by garrettc

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