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November 3-8

Kurt Neufeld


GitLab Continuous Integration

An abbreviated example showing how to run automated tests on commit, create a Docker container and then deploy that container into a staging environment. CI will help improve your code reliability, allow code review, and decrease the time from development to production.

Using Arts Management infrastructure as our example, we’ll see how to use a virtualization environment (Proxmox) to host GitLab, CI workers, and HashiCorp Nomad to host the Docker staging environment.

The goal is to show one possible version of a modern tech stack and how each layer can help make a developers life a little easier. Setting up each layer is beyond the scope of this talk but using the layers is not.

We’ll start with a working installation and walk through all the stages; from a feature request, to a commit, to code review, watching how CI works and then taking the CI artifact (a docker image) and deploying it into Nomad.



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