Continuous Delivery Applied: Idea to Code to Customer in < 1 Hour
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- Tools and technologies: Ubuntu Linux, Packer, VirtualBox, Go CD, Node.js
- Setting up super simple Continuous Deployment to get started quickly
- Recovering from a bad deployment
- How to keep your application in an always releasable state, regardless of how big your team or organisation is
- Manage your software stack and server configurations in a predictable fashion
- Reduce the disparity between dev, QA, and production environments
- Infrastructure as Code
- Immutable Servers - automated provisioning of virtual machines and configuration management
This is just scratching the surface of the subject. There were many other topics and chapters I had planned before progress on the book stalled.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
- DevOps, automation, and Continuous Delivery
- About this book
- Recommended platforms
- The case for CD
- Continuous delivery, or deployment?
- On the choice of tools and languages
- Technology landscape: state of play 2015
Chapter 2: Our First Deployment
- Setting up the project
- The framework
- Shipping the code
- Somewhere to deploy
- Setting up basic Continuous Deployment
- The project code
- Changing your application
- Testing locally
- When things go wrong
- Rolling back
- Rolling forward
Chapter 3: Release Early, Release Often
- Trunk Based Development
- Feature Flags/Toggles
- Branch by Abstraction
- Major refactoring
- Enough theory!
- Configurable user-groups and features
Chapter 4: Virtualisation and Immutable Servers
- Set up
- Creating a base image
- Debugging Packer
- About Packer
- New project structure
- Time for this Codeship to set sail
- Base VM build configuration
- Running the base VM
- Commodity VMs and immutable servers
- Building specialised VMs
- Putting it all together
- Further improvements
- Containers, a lighter approach
Chapter 5: Continuous Delivery Builds & Pipelines
- Set up
- Create the GoCD server
- Build changes
- Getting back on track
- Why Go?
- Getting started with the Go Server
- Setting up the CD Pipelines
- Web Server Pipeline
- What’s Next?
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