Tag: Continuous Deployment

Create Continuous Deployment Pipelines with Golang & Jenkins

A few weeks ago I had written about continuously deploying an application written with the Go programming language using a popular service called Travis CI. This example demonstrated creating an application that used a Couchbase NoSQL database, creating unit tests,...

Continuously Deploying a Golang Application Using Travis CI

So you’ve been developing an application using the Go programming language with a team of developers for your organization. Best practice would say that you need to create proper tests and develop a continuous integration and deployment strategy. If you’ve...

Continuously Deploying a Node.js Application Using CircleCI

A few months back I had written about creating a continuous deployment pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins, where the Node.js application was using Couchbase in some fashion. Essentially, it took a project from GitHub, installed the dependencies, ran the tests,...

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Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Node.js and Jenkins

We’re going to see how you can easily get started with Jenkins and Node.js can be made to work together to enable continuous deployment based on changes made to a GitHub repository.

/ April 19, 2017

Create a Continuous Deployment Pipeline with Jenkins and Java

Lately I’ve been working a lot with Jenkins to run Java JAR files for continuous deployment of one of my applications.  In case you haven’t seen it, the keynote demonstration given at Couchbase Connect 2016 used Jenkins to build and...

Continuous Deployment with Jenkins & .NET

This is the first blog post of two about Jenkins and Couchbase. This first post is a general introduction to Continuous Deployment: you’re going to learn to use Jenkins to deploy a .NET application automatically. The second blog post will...