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README.md

Evan

Evan is like heaven for your deployment automation.

Structure

  • config: You set up Evan by configuring your applications and how they should be deployed.
    • Application:
      • Repository: Where the source code of the application is located.
      • Environments: List of strings describing different places the application can be deployed: "production", "staging", etc.
      • DeployEnvironment: Function that returns a strategy for deploying the application to a given environment.
    • Strategy: Strategies determine how the application should be deployed. A strategy consists preconditions and phases. It executes all the preconditions first; if they all pass then it executes the phases. Preconditions are repeatable whereas phases execute the actual deployment.
  • preconditions: Built-in preconditions.
  • phases: Built-in phases.
  • stores: Persist the state of deployments during and after their execution. This allows the system to report the progress of deployments and keep track of deployments after they go out.
  • http_handlers: Provides common handlers conforming to the Go net/http.Handler interface for receiving various events and commands.
    • rest_json: These handlers make it easy to build a REST'ish JSON API for creating, managing, and querying deployments.
  • common: Shared protocols for communicating information and functionality between the subsystems that make up Evan.
  • slack: Utility for sending messages via Slack webhooks.

License

Built by Dirk Gadsden at Everlane and Brandless. Released under the MIT license, see LICENSE for details.

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