In a lot of cases, a relational SQL based database will not fit the needs of the data access use-case. So let’s look at some alternatives like Amazon DynamoDB and how to combine it with your CUBA app.
In the first week of October 2017 I got a chance to join the CUBA Platform team and participate in the JavaOne conference, taking place in San Francisco. In this blog post I’ll make a little recap of what I have learned during these days.
The third and last part of this series will combine all the already configured parts. After manually deploying the example application to rancher, we will use the Gitlab CD pipeline to do the job automatically for us.
The second part of this series is about setting up a CI pipeline from build to Docker image of the application as well as installing and cofiguring Rancher on Digitalocean through docker-machine.
In this blog post series I would like to show how to create a self-hosted continuous delivery pipeline with Gitlab and Rancher. We’ll take an example application and create a complete CD pipeline to cover the workflow from idea to production.