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[Recording] Gitlab CI/CD for Django


Creator   Malte Vogl
Creation Date   2018-03-27T19:33:43.820
Rights   CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/)
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Description

Two of the cornerstones of modern software development, Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) are practices to support collaborative and fast development through automation. With CI, software is built and tested on every code push. Using triggers from version control systems, code is compiled and tested against defined criteria, such as unit and integration tests. This ensures that the latest changes to the code base are compatible with the existing code base, i.e. they integrate well. On top of this, CD is the practices of packaging and publishing the build artifact of a successful integration run. In an optimal setup, this allows the immediate delivery of the latest successfully built version to a production environment. In our first Virtual Workshop we will be hearing from Malte Vogl on his experience using Gitlab CI for Django projects. Expanding on Malte’s introduction, Julia Damerow and Carsten Thiel will open up the general discussion with their experiences using Travis-CI and Jenkins.

Citation

Malte Vogl (2018). [Recording] Gitlab CI/CD for Django. DARIAH-DE. https://doi.org/10.20375/0000-000b-cafe-4  

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