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Abhijit Kini

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Measuring CPU, Disk usage and Memory for custom nodes

Keeping up our 2017 resolution, here's a summary of the new features released in January for Shippable's Continuous Integration and Delivery platform. In addition, get a sneak peek of what's coming in February.

Continuous Integration

Enhancements to Jacoco code coverage reports: You can now get individual file level detail, trend graphs for average line coverage and branch coverage for overall coverage results of the last ten runs and download the code coverage file in the .tar.gz format

 

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Everyone agrees that continuous deployment helps accelerate innovation. However, Continuous Deployment (CD) today is synonymous with fragile homegrown solutions made of disjointed tools cobbled together with thousands of lines of imperative scripts. Avi Cavale walks you through the CD maturity model and demos an end to end continuous deployment with declarative pipelines for Docker applications.

This video was taken at the Docker Seattle Meetup, hosted by Tune.

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In the previous part, we went over the steps of source code deployment to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using a simple Node.js app. We deployed the source code natively at first, then compared with deploying it through Shippable. The latter approach showed actions in the work flow executed automatically for you, by Shippable's unified CI/CD platform.

I'll take a similar approach for this part where we'll go through a deployment of a Docker container of a Node.js app to AWS Elastic Beanstalk. To fully understand this tutorial, complete the previous source code deployment to AWS Elastic Beanstalk first.

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Customized build badge

Badges are often a convenient utility to track the status of a software project. One can configure a badge to show the project's last build status in a convenient location. Shippable provides its own API for badges. This API has default badges for pending completion, failed & successful builds.

In the previous tutorial, I configured a build badge for a Node.js project on Shippable. However, I would like to customize the build badge display to my specifications by changing the color and label of these badges. In this tutorial, I'll walk through customizing these badges to achieve the same by using a third party service - shields.io.

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On Friday, July 1 evening Pacific time, Shippable's build platform went through a scheduled service update. There are four main changes implemented as part of this update. They are:

  1. Slack Configuration
  2. AWS Elastic Beanstalk Configuration
  3. Fixed the timeout bug
  4. Re-vamped UI

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