Feed-The-Web/ok-deploy


truck OK Deploy is a continuous deployment pipeline implementation to transport applications to a runtime context using build-packs.

License: Apache-2.0

Language: Python


OK Deploy

A continuous deployment pipeline implementation to transport applications to a runtime context using build-packs.

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Overview

“OK Deploy” helps you to deliver applications to their intended target runtime, and manage them during their life-cycle while remaining in the data center. The initial focus is Java web applications and Tomcat 7/8.

The main command line tool is ok, which for one is easy to type, and frankly also allows me to have a ok computer sub-command. 😃

It is designed to have similarities to git's interface. “OK” projects are normal git repositories, with some conventions on the file system structure and branch names applied.

Installation

OK Deploy can be installed via pip install ok-deploy as usual, see releases for an overview of available versions. To get a bleeding-edge version from source, use these commands:

repo="Build-The-Web/ok-deploy"
pip install -r "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/$repo/master/requirements.txt"
pip install -UI -e "git+https://github.com/$repo.git#egg=${repo#*/}"

See Contributing on how to create a full development environment.

To add bash completion, read the Click docs about it, or just follow these instructions:

cmdname=ok-deploy
mkdir -p ~/.bash_completion.d
( export _$(tr a-z- A-Z_ <<<"$cmdname")_COMPLETE=source ; \
  $cmdname >~/.bash_completion.d/$cmdname.sh )
grep /.bash_completion.d/$cmdname.sh ~/.bash_completion >/dev/null \
    || echo >>~/.bash_completion ". ~/.bash_completion.d/$cmdname.sh"
. "/etc/bash_completion"

Usage

ok init

Create a brand new project in a local working directory. This is just a wrapper around git init, and creates additional files to form a fully compliant “OK” project.

For version management of changes after that, use git as usual.

ok clone

Create a local working directory for a project by getting it from a remote repository. This is just a wrapper around git clone, and allows you to specify the source by just providing a project name, that is then found based on OK's configuration.

ok computer

Makes the computer talk to you. 😁

Query information about the project in the current directory, and other pertinent information about the local and remote environments.

ok config

Manages your local copy of the deployment configuration.

ok deploy

Perform a deployment.

ok control

Control the state of a deployed application.

Contributing

To create a working directory for this project, call these commands:

git clone "https://github.com/Feed-The-Web/ok-deploy.git"
cd "ok-deploy"
. .env --yes --develop
invoke build --docs test check

See CONTRIBUTING for more.

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Acknowledgements

1&1  Project sponsored by 1&1.

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