Dapp is made to implement and support Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD).
It helps DevOps engineers generate and deploy images by linking together:
- application code (with Git support),
- infrastructure code (with Ansible or shell scripts), and
- platform as a service (Kubernetes).
Dapp simplifies development of build scripts, reduces commit build time and automates deployment. It is designed to make engineer's work fast end efficient.
- Reducing average build time.
- Sharing a common cache between builds.
- Running distributed builds with common registry.
- Reducing image size by detaching source data and build tools.
- Building images with Ansible and shell scripts.
- Building multiple images from one description.
- Advanced tools for debugging built images.
- Deploying to Kubernetes via helm, the Kubernetes package manager.
- Tools for cleaning both local and remote Docker registry caches.
Requirements and Installation
Dapp requires a Linux operating system. Support for macOS is coming soon (see issue #661).
Ruby version 2.1 or later: Ruby installation.
Docker version 1.10.0 or later: Docker installation.
сmake (required to install
apt-get install cmake
yum install cmake
libssh2 header files to work with git via SSH.
apt-get install libssh2-1-dev
yum install libssh2-devel
libssl header files to work with git via HTTPS.
apt-get install libssl-dev
yum install openssl-devel
Git command line utility.
Minimal required version is
1.9.0. To use git submodules minimal version is
apt-get install git
yum install git
gem install dapp
Now you have dapp installed. Check it with
Time to make your first dapp application!
Docs and Support
The dapp documentation is available at flant.github.io/dapp.
You can ask for support in dapp chat in Telegram.
Dapp is published under Apache License v2.0. See LICENSE for details.