See how easy it is to setup a ci/cd pipeline to deploy your applications to docker swarm using concourse-ci
In this tutorial we will build a ci pipeline using concourse to build and push a image to dockerhub automatically, whenever a new git commit is made to the master branch. Our Project SetupOur Directory Tree: $ find . ./Dockerfile ./ci ./ci/
We will setup a basic pipeline that pulls down content from github, then executes a task that prints hello world. Content on GithubThe config can be found on my Github Branch but I will display each file in this post.
Today we will build a Restful API using Python Flask, SQLAlchemy using Postgres as our Database, testing using Python Unittest, a CI/CD Pipeline on Gitlab, and Deployment to Heroku. From our previous post, we demonstrated setting up a Custom
From our previous post, we went through the setup on setting up a Basic CI Pipeline on Gitlab, in conjunction with Gitlab CI which coordinates your jobs, where we used the Shared Runners, which runs your jobs on Gitlab's Infrastructure.
In this tutorial we will setup a Basic CI (Continuous Integration) Pipeline on Gitlab. The code for this example is available on gitlab.com/rbekker87/demo-ci-basic-pipeline. If you would like to read more on Continuous Integration / Continuous Deliver (CI/CD)
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