In this video, setup a host and initial deployment of the application.
- [Instructor] We're ready to build an application…in Azure now.…Open your terminal window,…and change into the exercise files directory.…You're going to first need to log in, so az login,…and we need to navigate to device login,…and give it that code,…and we should be set to go.…You get a message back from the server…telling you that you're enabled.…So, let's get started, for the first thing we need to do,…is we need to create a user that web app will run as.…
So, az web app deployment…user set,…user name, now, you're going to need to pick a user name…that's unique across all of Microsoft's, the Azure Cloud.…So, you can't use the same one I'm using,…just use something that makes sense to you.…And then the password, has some very fussy rules,…it needs to have upper and lowercase letters…as well as numbers, so it might take a couple tries.…
Oh, can't use that deployment user,…I will call it deploy game web app.…Little bit of a delay, that's a good sign.…So getting our application deployed…is going to be a bit of work, as the information bits we need…
- MongoDB and GitHub setup
- Creating a Heroku app
- Deployment using Elastic Beanstalk
- Azure host creation and environment configuration
- Continuous deployment tools
- Working with Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Setting Up Your Application
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