Learn how to create a public repository in GitHub for working with CI/CD workflows.
- [Instructor] For continuous deployment…in most cases the service will need…to be able to access your code.…So using github is an excellent strategy…because you can interact with it…from various entry points.…There are existing integration points for github…with many CICD systems and the webhook system makes…it possible to add your own functionality if needed.…So change into the exercise files directory…and then in a browser open github.com .…If you don't already have a login…on github create get one now.…
Click the button for new repository.…The repository will be in a name space specified…by your user name so you can use…whatever repository name you'd like.…If you want to be consistent with the class…you can use node_deploy.…I will make this test deploy.…We don't need to initialize the repository…with a read me we've already got one.…We don't need the get ignore or license.…So create repository.…
After creating the repository github helpfully…tells us how to use our own existing repository.…So let's take a look at that.…
- 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
1. Setting Up Your Application
3. AWS Elastic Beanstalk
5. Continuous Deployment
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