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README.md

ShipBuilder

Additional information is available at https://shipbuilder.io

About

ShipBuilder is a git-based application deployment and serving system written in Go.

Primary components:

  • ShipBuilder command-line client
  • ShipBuilder server
  • Container management (LXC)
  • HTTP load balancer (HAProxy)

Build Packs

Any app server can run on ShipBuilder, but it will need a build-pack! Current build-packs are:

  • python - Any python app
  • playframework2 - Play-framework 2.1.x

Requirements:

  • Ubuntu 12.04 or 13.04 (tested and verified compatible)
  • go-lang v1.1
  • envdir (linux: apt-get install daemontools, os-x: brew install daemontools)
  • Amazon AWS credentials + an s3 bucket

Server Installation

See SERVER.md

Client

See CLIENT.md

Creating your first app

See TUTORIAL.md

Getting Help

Have a question? Want some help? You can reach shipbuilder experts any of the following ways:

Discussion List: ShipBuilder Google Group IRC: #shipbuilder on FreeNode Twitter: ShipBuilderIO

Or open a GitHub issue.

Thanks

Thank you to SendHub for supporting the initial development of this project.

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