For deploying a conventional web application to a conventional destination. Think of it as a convention over configuration approach to deployments.
Supported deployments => platforms
We currently only support deploying to Google Kubernetes Engine platform. We will add additional target platforms in future such as AWS as well as more deployment applications.
- ✅ Ruby Rack application => Google Kubernetes Engine
- ✅ .NET application => Google Kubernetes Engine
- ❌ Node.js application => Google Kubernetes Engine
- ❌ Python application => Google Kubernetes Engine
- ❌ PHP application => Google Kubernetes Engine
You can use our docker image that already has prerequisites and the latest
web-deployer installed. All you need to do is make sure you have Docker installed.
docker run --rm -ti lukemorton/web-deployer-tools ash
Or read our Advanced Install guide.
Configuring your deployment
We need to configure where on GKE we are going to deploy and also what deployments we want to create.
web-deployer.yml next to your
config.ru file with the following contents:
gcloud: project: my-project zone: europe-west2-a cluster: my-cluster deployments: staging: name: ruby-sample-app-staging hosts: - ruby-sample-app-staging.local production: name: ruby-sample-app-production hosts: - ruby-sample-app-production.local
Bootstrapping your deployments on GKE
The following command will then loop over each deployment and create an example application.
If you then add a record into your
/etc/hosts file mapping the hosts to the IP returned by the bootstrap command.
You can then deploy:
web-deployer deploy staging v1.1
The staging deployment will then be updated to serve your
- Go (install from https://golang.org/)
- Docker (install from https://www.docker.com/)
- s2i (
brew install source-to-image)
- gcloud (
brew install caskroom/cask/google-cloud-sdk)
- kubectl (
brew install kubectl)
- helm (
brew install kubernetes-helm)
You will need a Go environment installed. Then run:
go install github.com/lukemorton/web-deployer/cmd/web-deployer