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Open Source Tools for Continuous Deployment

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Bruno Souza

on 15 September 2014

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Transcript of Open Source Tools for Continuous Deployment

Dev
Test
Prod
Ops
Knowledge
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Developers and Operations Teams collaborates by writing code, Chef recipes for infrastructure and database migrations with Flyway
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Jenkins uses that knowledge to drive integration and deployment automations
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From Chef's definitions, Vagrant generates consistent development environments
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The same Chef definitions are used by Jenkins to generate Test environments. Vagrant makes it easy to rebuild and reset those environments
Test
Dev
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Docker encapsulates the full stack
that applications need, making them
portable across providers
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Ops uses Rundek to manage all environments, and it can interface with Jenkins to create self-service infrastructure provisioning for Devs to use
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Cloud Providers
Any Server
Using Packer to automatically
generate images, Jenkins can deploy the full stack to multiple cloud providers or local hardware
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