Learn how to make a change to the code and move it through the pipeline, testing as you go.
- [Narrator] While get tracking is a great way…to manage your deployment pipeline,…either internally or with a vendor like Heroku,…sometimes you need more power and configurability.…For this, Heroku has created pipelines.…A pipeline is a group of Heroku applications…that share the same codebase,…like the sample application and Heroku targets we have here.…In the standard pipeline, there might be review,…development, staging, and production stages.…Codes should move through these stages…from creation to deployment seamlessly.…
Heroku will create review applications where appropriate,…from GitHub connected repositories.…It will even create review applications…for pole requests in your repositories.…It can auto deploy to staging or promote to production…based on the pipeline rules.…If you build a Heroku slug on the staging server…and it passes your tests,…you can deploy that prebuilt slug to production…and know that it will work correctly.…Let's set up a basic pipeline for our application…to get an idea of how it works.…
- 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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