Posts tagged with continuous delivery

  • Deploying with Helm v2.0

    Sep 1, 2018

    In the series with Helm and Continuous Delivery nine months ago, I used helm to deploy the application to the kubernetes cluster. To be able to do that from the CI server, I had to make a workaround. I had punched a hole in the cluster with a NodePort service for Tiller. This allows pretty much anyone to reach Tiller (the server side component of Helm) and interact with it. Great for a demo blog post, but not so great for security.

  • CD with Helm part 5: versioned artifacts

    Dec 2, 2017

    In the previous post we created the Helm chart for our hello world blog-helm application. The Helm chart contains all the information we need to deploy our application to a Kubernetes cluster. But so far, we always deploy the latest version. In a CD setup, we’d like to be able to deploy any version, from any feature branch, at any given point in time, to any environment (DTAP). Let’s start by looking at versioning.

  • CD at scale: the success story of a big rewrite

    May 22, 2017

    Back in March, I gave a presentation at the Continuous Delivery Amsterdam meetup. You can watch the video here. The title is “CD at scale: the success story of a big rewrite”. It’s about how we applied CD in a big project that involved complete rewrite of our storefronts at work.

  • Versioning Deployed Web Applications

    Nov 9, 2013

    In this post, I’m going to discuss the setup I have for deploying an ASP.NET application in Linux.

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