There are several independent continuous deployment tools to choose from, pick a few of the most commonly used ones. This video covers a high-level definition of each one.
- [Presenter] This chapter is about continuous integration…and continuous deployment.…I've talked about several different platforms…which support deploying node applications directly to them…but sometimes, you need more control over your pipeline.…And there are some services which are great at that.…There are in fact,…countless continuous integration services out there.…So I've selected three of the most popular to talk about.…For each one, I've set up a deployment pipeline…to demonstrate how they work.…The systems I'll be covering…are Jenkins, Travis CI and Circle CI.…
Each of the workflows will be a bit different.…The first system will be Jenkins.…It's quite popular and has a huge install base.…Unlike the other options I'll be talking about,…it's almost always used as an on-premises solution.…There are plugins for almost anything you can imagine.…And there's a very robust community of developers…adding more integrations all the time.…Recently, Jenkins has added a pipeline mechanism…which makes it much easier…
- 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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5. Continuous Deployment
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