Automated deployments to {tournament-name}
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This is an application to handle automatic deployments of the mit-tab application

What this application does

  • Deploys an instance of mit-tab to a Digital Oceal droplet (using Digital Ocean's remote Docker hosts)
  • Creates a DNS record at {tournament} that maps to that droplet's IP address using the Digital Ocean DNS services
  • Useful scripts to backup tournaments


  • Automate tournament deletion
  • Automate staging deploys with PRs to mit-tab

Installation and Running

This application requires you to have docker and docker-compose installed. You can also run it via virtualenv locally. You will need the AWS credentials to test this. Email me.

It is not recommended to use docker for local development, because docker also handles things like the SSL certs, so stuff just gets kinda annoying to work with. Instead, use virtualenv. I find it convenient to add this to the postactivate script:

export $(grep -v '^#' .env | xargs -0)
export $(grep -v '^#' .env.secret | xargs -0)

And this to the postdeactivate script:

unset $(grep -v '^#' .env | sed -E 's/(.*)=.*/\1/' | xargs -d '\n')
unset $(grep -v '^#' .env.secret | sed -E 's/(.*)=.*/\1/' | xargs -d '\n')

Environment Variables

Most env vars are defined in .env. My API keys are not in there for obvious reasons, so code that hits APIs will not function until I figure out how to mock it


On each commit to master, the server pulls the code. However, the docker containers need to be manually restarted (TODO?)