[Chicago] How do you deploy?

Brantley Harris deadwisdom at gmail.com
Mon Feb 25 07:37:42 CET 2013


I have some fancy Fabric scripts.

I also have been working on an off on a deployment/server management tool I
call "sovereign".  It's basically all about turning servers groups into
a hierarchy of REST services.


On Sun, Feb 24, 2013 at 10:57 PM, Adam "Cezar" Jenkins <
emperorcezar at gmail.com> wrote:

> Wondering what most people are doing. Seems to me deployments are
> currently in a few groupings.
>
> - Fabric to personal server or AWS
> - By hand to personal server or AWS
> - Something custom, like a custom git-hook
> - Pushing to Heroku or another PaaS like OpenShift, Stackato etc.
>
> What is your prefered method?
>
> Mine personally is Heroku for most things. I prefer a PaaS if I can get
> away with it. If I need custom, I prefer Chef (maybe Ansible/Salt in the
> future). Custom is going to be much easier now that EC2 has Chef support
> built in.
>
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