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.
As you know, we released our new implementation of continuous deployment pipelines last month. While our basic documentation is up to date, we believe that learning the new pipelines is best done with quick tutorials that demonstrate the power of CD and how easy it is to get started.
We have created a sample project and sample configuration to deploy the project to a test environment, create a release with semantic versioning, and deploy the project to production. The entire end to end scenario should take less than 30 mins to try out and while you won't learn every little trick, it will definitely make you comfortable with the configuration and how to set things up.
So read on and try it out!
Containers. Continuous Integration. Microservices. These are among the leading buzzwords of modern application delivery.
Continuous Integration (CI) helps developers to speed up the application development life cycle by automating build, test and deployment of the application. Continuous Delivery (CD), helps developers in shipping code from source control systems to the production environment.
You can have both CI and CD, for free, by using Shippable.In this tutorial, I'll go over what's available for free, when you need to upgrade and how to upgrade.
This is an exciting time for Shippable as we release the next version of our pipeline. As a SaaS company we constantly release new features and functionality, but this release marks a major update to our platform and services based on customer feedback and the "state of the art" for developers. You can read about the new features and updates in this blog post. In this post I want to take some time and explain how we have arrived at this point, and how we move towards the future of modern application delivery.