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Tagged #deployment

Heroku/GitHub Integration

Heroku has experimental GitHub Integration. When GitHub integration is configured for a Heroku app, Heroku can automatically build and release (if the build is successful) pushes to the specified GitHub repo.

Best practices in modern web projects

Octopus Deploy

Automated deployment for .NET

freerange/recap · GitHub

rollout

Conditionally roll out features with redis and ruby

Strano

Run Capistrano recipes from a GitHub repo via a web interface

"How can I set up continuous deployment of a Rails application from GitHub to Heroku?"

via Amazon EC2 instance running Hudson. Author uses Cucumber and RSpec for his tests.

rollout: Condionally roll out features with redis

Roll out features to specific users, groups. percentage of users, etc.

Managing Heroku deployments

Multiple Heroku remotes, backups for rolbacks and auto tagging of deployments.

Automatically deploying a website from a remote git repository

In praise of continuous deployment

How WordPress.com deploys on average 16 times a day: more agile, better for customers, less gatekeepers

Deploying ExpressionEngine from GitHub with Capistrano

Exhaustive and thorough description of best practices

Hosting toy Rails and Django apps using Passenger - jerakeen.org

Didn’t realise Passenger also played with Django

Whomwah.com » Deploying Wordpress to SliceHost using Capistrano and Git

Heroku | The Future of Deployment

Deploy Rails apps without any of the hassle of provisioning, estimating growth, hardware/software setup, etc. Odd that there’s no mention of Google App Engine which covers similar ground to Heroku, albeit not using Rails

Using Git to manage a web site

Fabric

Capistrano-like deployment tool. Uses Python

Engine Yard VMware images

For local testing in a simulated EY environment

28 mod_rails / Passenger Resources To Help You Deploy Rails Applications Faster

Ask Your Doctor About mod_rails

More Passenger advocacy