Join Josh Samuelson for an in-depth discussion in this video Solution: Release and revert a release, part of Continuous Delivery with GitLab.
(upbeat music) … - [Narrator] For the solution to our challenge … I'm just going to walk through all the steps here. … So the first thing I need to do is create a change … that I can release. … So I'm going to edit this. … This is just index.md. … It's just a place where I can make a change … that'll be visible. … So I'll just say bad release. … So this is the code that I'm going to release … that eventually I'll want to reverse. … So I'll (mumbles) my changes. … And I'm committing directly to master here. … This just speeds things up, … so I don't have to go through Q.A. … So that's going to push out to my staging environment … as you can see. … But let me just cancel that just for speeding things up. … And I'm going to just run my pipeline. … And I will set this up to release to prod. … So I'll say release equals true, … which is how I have this pipeline set up. … Create pipeline. … Now while we're waiting for this to run … let me open up my environments view here … because I have a couple of other releases. …
- Navigating the GitLab interface
- Using GitLab for collaboration
- Merging requests
- Continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Creating and running a pipeline
- Deploying a project using GitLab
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps with GitLab
2. GitLab for Source Control
3. Continuous Integration
4. Continuous Delivery
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