A (for now) very opinionated gem which has 3 sections:
- pipeline/app setup
- db restore (pull down your heroku database and
psql < tmp/latest.db)
- deploys (push to heroku remotes)
These tasks will use the two following environment variables to determine your staging and production app names:
If these variables aren't present, it will default to the following format:
Setting up an app includes the following free Heroku addons:
App name configuration flags and more detailed documentation will come in a later version.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
gem 'heroku_ops', group: :development # No need to include this on production or staging
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install heroku_ops
To see an updated list of tasks and descriptions implemented in this gem:
bundle exec rake heroku_ops -T heroku_ops
rake db:restore # Pull Down a copy of the database from the specified heroku environment rake db:restore:from_local_dump # Restore from local dump file (defaults to '/tmp/latest.dump' - specify with DUMP_FILE Environmental Variable) rake db:restore:local # Erase local development and test database and restore from the local dump file rake db:restore:production # Restore a local copy of Heroku's Production Environment database rake db:restore:staging # Restore a local copy of Heroku's Staging Environment database rake deploy # Deploy Safely to Heroku rake deploy:production # Deploy to Heroku's Production Environment rake deploy:production:quick # Quick Deploy to Production, without running migrations rake deploy:staging:quick # Quick Deploy to Staging, without running migrations rake heroku_ops:pipeline:setup # Create a pipeline, staging and production applications rake heroku_ops:pipeline:setup:pipeline # Setup a pipeline with your applications in the appropriate stages rake heroku_ops:pipeline:setup:production # Setup a production app (with addons) and git remote for heroku rake heroku_ops:pipeline:setup:staging # Setup a staging app (with addons) and remote for heroku
deploy tasks rely on the following two gems:
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/nrowegt/heroku_ops.
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.