Dpl (dee-pee-ell) is a deploy tool made for continuous deployment.
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README.md

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Writing and Testing a New Deployment Provider and new functionalities

See TESTING.md.

Supported Providers:

Dpl supports the following providers:

Installation:

Dpl is published to rubygems.

  • Dpl requires ruby with a version greater than 1.9.3
  • To install: gem install dpl

Usage:

Security Warning:

Running dpl in a terminal that saves history is insecure as your password/api key will be saved as plain text by it.

Global Flags

  • --provider=<provider> sets the provider you want to deploy to. Every provider has slightly different flags, which are documented in the section about your provider following.
  • Dpl will deploy by default from the latest commit. Use the --skip_cleanup flag to deploy from the current file state. Note that many providers deploy by git and could ignore this option.

Heroku:

Options:

  • api-key: Heroku API Key
  • strategy: Deployment strategy for Dpl. Defaults to api. Other options are git, git ssh, and git deploykey.
  • app: Heroku app name. Defaults to the name of your git repo.
  • username: heroku username. Not necessary if api-key is used. Requires git strategy.
  • password: heroku password. Not necessary if api-key is used. Requires git strategy.

API vs Git vs Anvil Deploy:

  • API deploy will tar up the current directory (minus the git repo) and send it to Heroku.
  • Git deploy will send the contents of the git repo only, so may not contain any local changes.
  • Anvil deploys are no longer supported since Heroku shut down the Anvil service.
  • The Git strategy allows using user and password instead of api-key.
  • When using Git, Heroku might send you an email for every deploy, as it adds a temporary SSH key to your account.

Examples:

dpl --provider=heroku --api-key=`heroku auth:token`
dpl --provider=heroku --strategy=git --username=<username> --password=<password>  --app=<application>

Bintray:

Options:

  • file: Path to a descriptor file, containing information for the Bintray upload.
  • user: Bintray user
  • key: Bintray API key
  • passphrase: Optional. In case a passphrase is configured on Bintray and GPG signing is used.
  • dry-run: Optional. If set to true, skips sending requests to Bintray. Useful for testing your configuration.

Descriptor file example:

{
    /* Bintray package information.
       In case the package already exists on Bintray, only the name, repo and subject
       fields are mandatory. */

    "package": {
        "name": "auto-upload", // Bintray package name
        "repo": "myRepo", // Bintray repository name
        "subject": "myBintrayUser", // Bintray subject (user or organization)
        "desc": "I was pushed completely automatically",
        "website_url": "www.jfrog.com",
        "issue_tracker_url": "https://github.com/bintray/bintray-client-java/issues",
        "vcs_url": "https://github.com/bintray/bintray-client-java.git",
        "github_use_tag_release_notes": true,
        "github_release_notes_file": "RELEASE.txt",
        "licenses": ["MIT"],
        "labels": ["cool", "awesome", "gorilla"],
        "public_download_numbers": false,
        "public_stats": false,
        "attributes": [{"name": "att1", "values" : ["val1"], "type": "string"},
                       {"name": "att2", "values" : [1, 2.2, 4], "type": "number"},
                       {"name": "att5", "values" : ["2014-12-28T19:43:37+0100"], "type": "date"}]
    },

    /* Package version information.
       In case the version already exists on Bintray, only the name fields is mandatory. */

    "version": {
        "name": "0.5",
        "desc": "This is a version",
        "released": "2015-01-04",
        "vcs_tag": "0.5",
        "attributes": [{"name": "VerAtt1", "values" : ["VerVal1"], "type": "string"},
                       {"name": "VerAtt2", "values" : [1, 3.2, 5], "type": "number"},
                       {"name": "VerAtt3", "values" : ["2015-01-01T19:43:37+0100"], "type": "date"}],
        "gpgSign": false
    },

    /* Configure the files you would like to upload to Bintray and their upload path.
    You can define one or more groups of patterns.
    Each group contains three patterns:

    includePattern: Pattern in the form of Ruby regular expression, indicating the path of files to be uploaded to Bintray.
    excludePattern: Optional. Pattern in the form of Ruby regular expression, indicating the path of files to be removed from the list of files specified by the includePattern.
    uploadPattern: Upload path on Bintray. The path can contain symbols in the form of $1, $2,... that are replaced with capturing groups defined in the include pattern.

    In the example below, the following files are uploaded,
    1. All gem files located under build/bin/ (including sub directories),
    except for files under a the do-not-deploy directory.
    The files will be uploaded to Bintray under the gems folder.
    2. All files under build/docs. The files will be uploaded to Bintray under the docs folder.

    Note: Regular expressions defined as part of the includePattern property must be wrapped with brackets. */

    "files":
        [
        {"includePattern": "build/bin(.*)*/(.*\.gem)", "excludePattern": ".*/do-not-deploy/.*", "uploadPattern": "gems/$2"},
        {"includePattern": "build/docs/(.*)", "uploadPattern": "docs/$1"}
        ],
    "publish": true
}

Debian Upload

When artifacts are uploaded to a Debian repository using the Automatic index layout, the Debian distribution information is required and must be specified. The information is specified in the descriptor file by the matrixParams as part of the files closure as shown in the following example:

    "files":
        [{"includePattern": "build/bin/(.*\.deb)", "uploadPattern": "$1",
        "matrixParams": {
            "deb_distribution": "vivid",
            "deb_component": "main",
            "deb_architecture": "amd64"}
        }
    ]

Examples:

dpl --provider=bintray --file=<path> --user=<username> --key=<api-key>
dpl --provider=bintray --file=<path> --user=<username> --key=<api-key> --passphrase=<passphrase>

Boxfuse

Boxfuse will transform your .jar or .war file of your JVM-based application into a minimal machine image based upon which it will launch EC2 instances on AWS.

Options

  • user: Your Boxfuse user
  • secret: Your Boxfuse secret
  • configfile: The Boxfuse configuration file to use (default: boxfuse.conf)
  • payload: The file to use as a payload for the image
  • app: The Boxfuse app to deploy (default: auto-detected based on payload file name)
  • version: The version to assign to the image (default: auto-detected based on payload file name)
  • env: The Boxfuse environment to deploy to (default: test)

All options can also be configured directly in boxfuse.conf as described in the documentation.

Environment Variables

For authentication you can also use Travis CI secure environment variable:

  • BOXFUSE_USER: Your Boxfuse user
  • BOXFUSE_SECRET: Your Boxfuse secret

Examples

dpl --provider=boxfuse
dpl --provider=boxfuse --user=<your-boxfuse-user> --secret=<your-boxfuse-secret> --env=<your-boxfuse-environment>
dpl --provider=boxfuse --configfile=<your-boxfuse-config-file>

Nodejitsu:

Options:

  • username: Nodejitsu Username
  • api-key: Nodejitsu API Key

Examples:

dpl --provider=nodejitsu --username=<username> --api-key=<api-key>

Modulus

Options:

  • api-key Modulus Authentication Token
  • project-name Modulus Project to Deploy

Example:

dpl --provider=modulus --api-key=<api-key> --project-name=<project-name>

Engine Yard:

Options:

  • api-key: Engine Yard Api Key
  • username: Engine Yard username. Not necessary if api-key is used. Requires git strategy.
  • password: Engine Yard password. Not necessary if api-key is used.
  • app: Engine Yard Application name. Defaults to git repo's name.
  • environment: Engine Yard Application Environment. Optional.
  • migrate: Engine Yard migration commands. Optional.

Examples:

dpl --provider=engineyard --api-key=<api-key>
dpl --provider=engineyard --username=<username> --password=<password> --environment=staging
dpl --provider=engineyard --api-key=<api-key> --app=<application> --migrate=`rake db:migrate`

OpenShift:

Options:

  • user: Openshift Username.
  • password: Openshift Password.
  • domain: Openshift Application Domain.
  • app: Openshift Application. Defaults to git repo's name.

Examples:

dpl --provider=openshift --user=<username> --password=<password> --domain=<domain>
dpl --provider=openshift --user=<username> --password=<password> --domain=<domain> --app=<app>

RubyGems:

Options:

  • api-key: Rubygems Api Key.

Examples:

dpl --provider=rubygems --api-key=<api-key>

PyPI:

Options:

  • user: PyPI Username.
  • password: PyPI Password.
  • server: Optional. Only required if you want to release to a different index. Follows the form of 'https://mypackageindex.com/index'. Defaults to 'https://pypi.python.org/pypi'.
  • distributions: Optional. A space-separated list of distributions to be uploaded to PyPI. Defaults to 'sdist'.
  • skip_upload_docs: Optional. When set to true, documentation is not uploaded. Defaults to false.
  • docs_dir: Optional. A path to the directory to upload documentation from. Defaults to 'build/docs'

Environment variables:

  • PYPI_USER: PyPI Username. Used if the user option is omitted.
  • PYPI_PASSWORD: PyPI Password. Used if the password option is omitted.
  • PYPI_SERVER Optional. Only required if you want to release to a different index. Used if the server option is omitted.
  • PYPI_DISTRIBUTIONS Optional. A space-separated list of distributions to be uploaded to PyPI. Used if the distributions option is omitted.
  • PYPI_DOCS_DIR Optional. A path to the directory to upload documentation from. Used if the docs_dir option is omitted.

Examples:

dpl --provider=pypi --user=<username> --password=<password>
dpl --provider=pypi --user=<username> --password=<password> --server='https://mypackageindex.com/index' --distributions='sdist bdist_wheel'

NPM:

Options:

  • email: NPM email.
  • api-key: NPM api key. Can be retrieved from your ~/.npmrc file.

Examples:

dpl --provider=npm --email=<email> --api-key=<api-key>

S3:

Options:

  • access-key-id: AWS Access Key ID. Can be obtained from here.
  • secret-access-key: AWS Secret Key. Can be obtained from here.
  • bucket: S3 Bucket.
  • region: S3 Region. Defaults to us-east-1.
  • upload-dir: S3 directory to upload to. Defaults to root directory.
  • storage-class: S3 storage class to upload as. Defaults to "STANDARD". Other values are "STANDARD_IA" or "REDUCED_REDUNDANCY". Details can be found here.
  • server-side-encryption: When set to true, use S3 Server Side Encryption (SSE-AES256). Defaults to false.
  • local-dir: Local directory to upload from. Can be set from a global perspective (~/travis/build) or relative perspective (build) Defaults to project root.
  • detect-encoding: Set HTTP header Content-Encoding for files compressed with gzip and compress utilities. Defaults to not set.
  • cache_control: Set HTTP header Cache-Control to suggest that the browser cache the file. Defaults to no-cache. Valid options are no-cache, no-store, max-age=<seconds>,s-maxage=<seconds> no-transform, public, private.
  • expires: This sets the date and time that the cached object is no longer cacheable. Defaults to not set. The date must be in the format YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS -ZONE.
  • acl: Sets the access control for the uploaded objects. Defaults to private. Valid options are private, public_read, public_read_write, authenticated_read, bucket_owner_read, bucket_owner_full_control.
  • dot_match: When set to true, upload files starting a ..
  • index_document_suffix: Set the index document of a S3 website.
  • default_text_charset: Set the default character set to append to the content-type of text files you are uploading.

File-specific Cache-Control and Expires headers

It is possible to set file-specific Cache-Control and Expires headers using value: file[, file] format.

Environment variables:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: AWS Access Key ID. Used if the access-key-id option is omitted.
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: AWS Secret Key. Used if the secret-access-key option is omitted.
Example:
--cache_control="no-cache: index.html"
--expires="\"2012-12-21 00:00:00 -0000\": *.css, *.js"

Examples:

dpl --provider=s3 --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --acl=public_read
dpl --provider=s3 --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --detect-encoding --cache_control=max-age=99999 --expires="2012-12-21 00:00:00 -0000"
dpl --provider=s3 --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --region=us-west-2 --local-dir= BUILD --upload-dir=BUILDS

Elastic Beanstalk:

Options:

  • access-key-id: AWS Access Key ID. Can be obtained from here.
  • secret-access-key: AWS Secret Key. Can be obtained from here.
  • region: AWS Region the Elastic Beanstalk app is running in. Defaults to 'us-east-1'. Please be aware that this must match the region of the elastic beanstalk app.
  • app: Elastic Beanstalk application name.
  • env: Elastic Beanstalk environment name which will be updated.
  • zip_file: The zip file that you want to deploy. Note: you also need to use the skip_cleanup or the zip file you are trying to upload will be removed during cleanup.
  • bucket_name: Bucket name to upload app to.
  • bucket_path: Location within Bucket to upload app to.
  • only_create_app_version: only create the app version, don't actually deploy it.

Environment variables:

  • ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_ENV: Elastic Beanstalk environment name which will be updated. Is only used if env option is omitted.
  • ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_LABEL: Label name of the new version.
  • ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_DESCRIPTION: Description of the new version. Defaults to the last commit message.

Examples:

dpl --provider=elasticbeanstalk --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key="<secret-access-key>" --app="example-app-name" --env="example-app-environment" --region="us-west-2"

OpsWorks:

Options:

  • access-key-id: AWS Access Key ID. Can be obtained from here.
  • secret-access-key: AWS Secret Key. Can be obtained from here.
  • app-id: The app ID.
  • instance-ids: An instance id. (Use this option multiple times to specify multiple instance ids. Default: [])
  • layer-ids: A layer id. (Use this option multiple times to specify multiple layer ids. Default: [])
  • migrate: Migrate the database. (Default: false)
  • wait-until-deployed: Wait until the app is deployed and return the deployment status. (Default: false)
  • custom_json: Override custom_json options. If using this, default configuration will be overriden. See the code here. More about custom_json here.

Environment variables:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: AWS Access Key ID. Used if the access-key-id option is omitted.
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: AWS Secret Key. Used if the secret-access-key option is omitted.

Examples:

dpl --provider=opsworks --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --app-id=<app-id> --migrate --wait-until-deployed
dpl --provider=opsworks --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --app-id=<app-id> --layer-ids=<layer-id>

Anynines:

Options:

  • username: anynines username.
  • password: anynines password.
  • organization: anynines target organization.
  • space: anynines target space

Examples:

dpl --provider=anynines --username=<username> --password=<password> --organization=<organization> --space=<space>

Appfog:

Options:

  • email: Appfog Email.
  • password: Appfog Password.
  • app: Appfog App. Defaults to git repo's name.

Examples:

dpl --provider=appfog --email=<email> --password=<password>
dpl --provider=appfog --email=<email> --password=<password> --app=<app>

Atlas:

The Atlas provider uses the atlas-upload-cli command. The Atlas Upload CLI is a lightweight command line interface for uploading application code to Atlas to kick off Atlas-based deployment processes from Travis CI.

You first need to create an Atlas account, then, generate an Atlas API token for Travis CI.

Options:

  • token (Required): Atlas API token.
  • app (Required): Atlas application name (<atlas-username>/<app-name>).
  • exclude: Glob pattern of files or directories to exclude (this may be specified multiple times).
  • include: Glob pattern of files/directories to include (this may be specified multiple times, any excludes will override conflicting includes).
  • address: The address of the Atlas server.
  • vcs: Use VCS to determine which files to include/exclude.
  • metadata: Arbitrary key-value (string) metadata to be sent with the upload; may be specified multiple times.
  • debug: Turn on debug output.
  • version: Print the version of this application.

Examples:

dpl --provider=atlas --token=ATLAS_TOKEN --app=ATLAS_USERNAME/APP_NAME
dpl --provider=atlas --token=ATLAS_TOKEN --app=ATLAS_USERNAME/APP_NAME --debug --vcs --version
dpl --provider=atlas --token=ATLAS_TOKEN --app=ATLAS_USERNAME/APP_NAME --exclude="*.log" --include="build/*" --include="bin/*"
dpl --provider=atlas --token=ATLAS_TOKEN --app=ATLAS_USERNAME/APP_NAME --metadata="foo=bar" --metadata="bar=baz"

Azure Web Apps:

Options:

  • site: Web App Name (if your app lives at myapp.azurewebsites.net, the name would be myapp).
  • slot: Optional. Slot name if your app uses staging deployment. (e.g. if your slot lives at myapp-test.azurewebsites.net, the slot would be myapp-test).
  • username: Web App Deployment Username.
  • password: Web App Deployment Password.
  • verbose: If passed, Azure's deployment output will be printed. Warning: If you provide incorrect credentials, Git will print those in clear text. Correct authentication credentials will remain hidden.

Environment variables:

  • AZURE_WA_SITE Web App Name. Used if the site option is omitted.
  • AZURE_WA_SLOT Optional. Slot name if your app uses staging deployment. Used if the slot option is omitted.
  • AZURE_WA_USERNAME: Web App Deployment Username. Used if the username option is omitted.
  • AZURE_WA_PASSWORD: Web App Deployment Password. Used if the password option is omitted.

Examples:

dpl --provider=AzureWebApps --username=depluser --password=deplp@ss --site=dplsite --slot=dplsite-test --verbose

Divshot.io:

Options:

  • api-key: Divshot.io API key
  • environment: Which environment (development, staging, production) to deploy to

Examples:

dpl --provider=divshot --api-key=<api-key> --environment=<environment>

Cloud Foundry:

Options:

  • username: Cloud Foundry username.
  • password: Cloud Foundry password.
  • organization: Cloud Foundry target organization.
  • api: Cloud Foundry api URL
  • space: Cloud Foundry target space
  • manifest: Path to manifest file. Optional.
  • skip_ssl_validation: Skip ssl validation. Optional.

Examples:

dpl --provider=cloudfoundry --username=<username> --password=<password> --organization=<organization> --api=<api> --space=<space> --skip-ssl-validation

Rackspace Cloud Files:

Options:

  • username: Rackspace Username.
  • api-key: Rackspace API Key.
  • region: Cloud Files Region. The region in which your Cloud Files container exists.
  • container: Container Name. The container where you would like your files to be uploaded.
  • dot_match: When set to true, upload files starting a ..

Examples:

dpl --provider=cloudfiles --username=<username> --api-key=<api-key> --region=<region> --container=<container>

GitHub Pages:

Options:

  • github-token: GitHub oauth token with repo permission.
  • repo: Repo slug, defaults to current one.
  • target-branch: Branch to push force to, defaults to gh-pages.
  • local-dir: Directory to push to GitHub Pages, defaults to current.
  • fqdn: Optional, no default, sets a main domain for your website.
  • project-name: Defaults to fqdn or repo slug, used for metadata.
  • email: Optional, comitter info, defaults to deploy@travis-ci.org.
  • name: Optional, comitter, defaults to Deployment Bot.

Examples:

dpl --provider=pages --github-token=<api-key> --local-dir=build

GitHub Releases:

Options:

  • api-key: GitHub oauth token with public_repo orrepo permission.
  • user: GitHub username. Not necessary if api-key is used.
  • password: GitHub Password. Not necessary if api-key is used.
  • repo: GitHub Repo. Defaults to git repo's name.
  • file: File to upload to GitHub Release.
  • file_glob: If files should be interpreted as globs (* and ** wildcards). Defaults to false.
  • overwrite: If files with the same name should be overwritten. Defaults to false.
  • release-number: Overide automatic release detection, set a release manually.

Additionally, options can be passed to Octokit client. These are documented in https://github.com/octokit/octokit.rb/blob/master/lib/octokit/client/releases.rb.

GitHub Two Factor Authentication

For accounts using two factor authentication, you have to use an oauth token as a username and password will not work.

Examples:

dpl --provider=releases --api-key=<api-key> --file=build.tar.gz

Cloud 66

Options:

  • redeployment_hook: The redeployment hook URL. Available from the Information menu within the Cloud 66 portal.

Examples:

dpl --provider=cloud66 --redeployment_hook=<url>

Hackage:

Options:

  • username: Hackage username.
  • password: Hackage password.

Examples:

dpl --provider=hackage --username=<username> --password=<password>

Deis:

Options:

  • controller: Deis controller e.g. deis.deisapps.com
  • username: Deis username
  • password: Deis password
  • app: Deis app
  • cli_version: Install a specific deis cli version

Examples:

dpl --provider=deis --controller=deis.deisapps.com --username=travis --password=secret --app=example

Google Cloud Storage:

Options:

  • access-key-id: GCS Interoperable Access Key ID. Info about Interoperable Access Key from here.
  • secret-access-key: GCS Interoperable Access Secret.
  • bucket: GCS Bucket.
  • upload-dir: GCS directory to upload to. Defaults to root directory.
  • local-dir: Local directory to upload from. Can be set from a global perspective (~/travis/build) or relative perspective (build) Defaults to project root.
  • dot_match: When set to true, upload files starting a ..
  • detect-encoding: Set HTTP header Content-Encoding for files compressed with gzip and compress utilities. Defaults to not set.
  • cache_control: Set HTTP header Cache-Control to suggest that the browser cache the file. Defaults to not set. Info is here
  • acl: Sets the access control for the uploaded objects. Defaults to not set. Info is here

Examples:

dpl --provider=gcs --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket>
dpl --provider=gcs --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --local-dir= BUILD
dpl --provider=gcs --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --acl=public-read
dpl --provider=gcs --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --detect-encoding --cache_control=max-age=99999
dpl --provider=gcs --access-key-id=<access-key-id> --secret-access-key=<secret-access-key> --bucket=<bucket> --local-dir=BUILD --upload-dir=BUILDS

BitBalloon:

Options:

  • access_token: Optional. The access_token which can be found in the .bitballoon file after a deployment using the bitballoon CLI. Only required if no .bitballoon file is present.
  • site_id: Optional. The site_id which can be found in the .bitballoon file after a deployment using the bitballoon CLI. Only required if no .bitballoon file is present.
  • local_dir: Optional. The sub-directory of the built assets for deployment. Default to current path.

Examples:

dpl --access-token=<access-token> --site-id=3f932c1e-708b-4573-938a-a07d9728c22e
dpl --access-token=<access-token> --site-id=3f932c1e-708b-4573-938a-a07d9728c22e --local-dir=build

Puppet Forge:

Options:

  • user: Required. The user name at Puppet forge.
  • password: Required. The Puppet forge password.
  • url: Optional. The forge URL to deploy to. Defaults to https://forgeapi.puppetlabs.com/

Examples:

dpl --provider=puppetforge --user=puppetlabs --password=s3cr3t

packagecloud:

Options:

  • username: Required. The packagecloud.io username.
  • token: Required. The packagecloud.io api token.
  • repository: Required. The repository to push to.
  • local_dir: Optional. The sub-directory of the built assets for deployment. Default to current path.
  • dist: Required for deb and rpm. The complete list of supported strings can be found on the packagecloud.io docs

Examples:

dpl --provider=packagecloud --username=packageuser --token=t0k3n --repository=myrepo
dpl --provider=packagecloud --username=packageuser --token=t0k3n --repository=myrepo --dist=ubuntu/precise
dpl --provider=packagecloud --username=packageuser --token=t0k3n --repository=myrepo --local-dir="${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}/pkgs" --dist=ubuntu/precise

Catalyze:

Options:

  • target: Required. The git remote repository to deploy to.
  • path: Optional. If using the skip_cleanup option to deploy from current file state, you can optionally specify the pathspec for the files to deploy. If not specified then all files are deployed.

Examples:

dpl --provider=catalyze --target=ssh://git@git.catalyzeapps.com:2222/app1234.git
dpl --provider=catalyze --target=ssh://git@git.catalyzeapps.com:2222/app1234.git --skip_cleanup=true
dpl --provider=catalyze --target=ssh://git@git.catalyzeapps.com:2222/app1234.git --skip_cleanup=true --path=build

Setup:

  1. Get the deployment target for Catalyze:
    1. Make sure your catalyze environment is associated.
    2. Get the git remote by running git remote -v from within the associated repo.
  2. Setup a deployment key to Catalyze for Travis CI:
    1. Install the travis-ci cli.
    2. Get the public SSH key for your travis project and save it to a file by running travis pubkey > travis.pub
    3. Add the key as a deploy key using the catalyze cli within the associated repo. For example: catalyze deploy-keys add travisci ./travis.pub code-1
  3. Setup Catalyze as a known host for Travis CI:

    1. List your known hosts by running cat ~/.ssh/known_hosts
    2. Find and copy the line from known_hosts that includes the git remote found in step #1. It'll look something like "[git.catalyzeapps.com]:2222 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 BBBB12abZmKlLXNo..."
    3. Update your before_deploy step in .travis.yml to update the known_hosts file:
    before_deploy:  echo "[git.catalyzeapps.com]:2222 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 BBBB12abZmKlLXNo..." >> ~/.ssh/known_hosts
    

Chef Supermarket:

Options:

Examples:

dpl --provider=chef-supermarket --user-id=chef --client-key=.travis/client.pem --cookbook-category=Others

Lambda:

Options:

  • access_key_id: AWS Access Key ID. Can be obtained from here.
  • secret_access_key: AWS Secret Key. Can be obtained from here.
  • region: AWS Region the Lambda function is running in. Defaults to 'us-east-1'.
  • function_name: Required. The name of the Lambda being created / updated.
  • role: Required. The ARN of the IAM role to assign to this Lambda function.
  • handler_name: Required. The function that Lambda calls to begin execution. For NodeJS, it is exported function for the module.
  • module_name: Optional. The name of the module that exports the handler. Defaults to index.
  • zip: Optional. Either a path to an existing packaged (zipped) Lambda, a directory to package, or a single file to package. Defaults to Dir.pwd.
  • description: Optional. The description of the Lambda being created / updated. Defaults to "Deploy build #{context.env['TRAVIS_BUILD_NUMBER']} to AWS Lambda via Travis CI"
  • timeout: Optional. The function execution time at which Lambda should terminate the function. Defaults to 3 (seconds).
  • memory_size: Optional. The amount of memory in MB to allocate to this Lambda. Defaults to 128.
  • runtime: Optional. The Lambda runtime to use. Defaults to node.
  • publish: If true, a new version of the Lambda function will be created instead of replacing the code of the existing one.

Examples:

Deploy contents of current working directory using default module:

    dpl --provider="lambda" \
        --access_key_id="${AWS_ACCESS_KEY}" \
        --secret_access_key="${AWS_SECRET_KEY}" \
        --function_name="test-lambda" \
        --role="${AWS_LAMBDA_ROLE}" \
        --handler_name="handler";

Deploy contents of a specific directory using specific module name:

    dpl --provider="lambda" \
        --access_key_id="${AWS_ACCESS_KEY}" \
        --secret_access_key="${AWS_SECRET_KEY}" \
        --function_name="test-lambda" \
        --role="${AWS_LAMBDA_ROLE}" \
        --zip="${TRAVIS_BUILD_DIR}/dist"  \
        --module_name="copy" \
        --handler_name="handler";

Launchpad:

Options:

  • slug: Required. ~user-name/project-name/branch-name
  • oauth_token: Required. Your OAUTH token for Launchpad
  • oauth_token_secret: Required. Your OAUTH token secret for Launchpad

Example:

Deploy contents of current working directory using default module:

    dpl --provider="launchpad" \
        --slug="~user-name/project-name/branch-name" \
        --oauth_token="${LAUNCHPAD_OAUTH_TOKEN}" \
        --oauth_token_secret="${LAUNCHPAD_OAUTH_TOKEN_SECRET}";

TestFairy:

Your Android(apk)/iOS(ipa) file will be uploaded to TestFairy, and your testers can start testing your app.

Options:

  • api-key: TestFairy API Key (https://app.testfairy.com/settings/) run "travis encrypt --add deploy.api-key" on your repo.
  • app-file: Path to the app file that will be generated after the build (APK/IPA).
  • symbols-file: Path to the symbols file.
  • keystore-file: Path to your keystore-file (must, only for android). http://docs.travis-ci.com/user/encrypting-files/
  • storepass: storepass (must, only for android).
  • alias: alias (must, only for android).
  • testers-groups: You can set a tester group to be notified about this build (group1,group1).
  • notify: If true, an email you a changelog will be sent to your users.
  • auto-update: If true, all the previous installations of this app will be automatically all upgraded to this version.
  • video-quality: Video quality settings, "high", "medium" or "low". Default is "high".
  • screenshot-interval: You can choose "1"\"2"\"10" sec.
  • max-duration: Maximum session recording length, eg "20m" or "1h". Default is "10m". Maximum "24h".
  • advanced-options: For example (option1,option2)
  • data-only-wifi: If true, video and recorded metrics will be sent only when connected to a wifi network.
  • record-on-background: If true, data will be collected while the app on background.
  • video: If true, Video recording settings "true", "false". Default is "true".
  • icon-watermark: Add a small watermark to app icon. Default is "false".
  • metrics: Comma-separated list of metrics to record. View list on http://docs.testfairy.com/Upload_API.html.

Examples:

dpl --provider=testfairy --api-key=<api-key> --app-file="out/Sample.apk" --keystore-file="out/keystore" --storepass=<storepass> --alias=<alias>

AWS CodeDeploy:

Options:

  • access-key-id: AWS Access Key.
  • secret_access_key: AWS Secret Access Key.
  • application: CodeDeploy Application Name.
  • deployment_group: CodeDeploy Deployment Group Name.
  • revision_type: CodeDeploy Revision Type (S3 or GitHub).
  • commit_id: Commit ID in case of GitHub.
  • repository: Repository Name in case of GitHub.
  • region: AWS Availability Zone.
  • wait-until-deployed: Wait until the app is deployed and return the deployment status (Optional, Default false).

Environment variables:

  • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: AWS Access Key ID. Used if the access-key-id option is omitted.
  • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY: AWS Secret Key. Used if the secret-access-key option is omitted.

Examples:

dpl --provider=codedeploy --access-key-id=<aws access key> --secret_access_key=<aws secret access key> --application=<application name> --deployment_group=<deployment group> --revision_type=<s3/github> --commit_id=<commit ID> --repository=<repo name> --region=<AWS availability zone> --wait-until-deployed=<true>

ExoScale:

Options:

  • email: ExoScale email or Organization ID.
  • password: ExoScale password.
  • deployment: ExoScale Deployment. Follows the format "APP_NAME/DEP_NAME".

Examples:

dpl --provider=exoscale --email=<email> --password<password> --deployment=`APP_NAME/DEP_NAME`

Scalingo:

Options:

  • api_key: scalingo API Key. Not necessary if username and password are used.
  • username: scalingo username. Not necessary if api_key is used.
  • password: scalingo password. Not necessary if api_key is used.
  • remote: Remote url or git remote name of your git repository. By default remote name is "scalingo".
  • branch: Branch of your git repository. By default branch name is "master".
  • app: Only necessary if your repository does not contain the appropriate remote. Specifying the app will add a remote to your local repository: git remote add <remote> git@scalingo.com:<app>.git

Use:

You can connect to Scalingo using your username/password or your api key. It needs Scalingo CLI which will be downloaded here. Then, it will push your project to Scalingo and deploy it automatically.

Note: You only need to connect once to Scalingo CLI, credentials are stored locally.

Examples:

dpl --provider=scalingo --api_key="aaAAbbBB0011223344"
dpl --provider=scalingo --username=<username> --password=<password>

dpl --provider=scalingo --api_key="aaAAbbBB0011223344" --remote="scalingo-staging"
dpl --provider=scalingo --api_key="aaAAbbBB0011223344" --remote="scalingo-staging" --branch="master"

dpl --provider=scalingo

Script:

An elementary provider that executes a single command.

Deployment will be marked a failure if the script exits with nonzero status.

Option:

  • script: script to execute.

Example:

dpl --provider=script --script=./script/deploy.sh

Google App Engine:

Deploys to Google App Engine and Google App Engine Managed VMs via the Google Cloud SDK and it's gcloud tool using a Service Account. In order to use this provider, please make sure you have the App Engine Admin API enabled in the Google Developers Console.

Options:

  • project: Project ID used to identify the project on Google Cloud.
  • keyfile: Path to the JSON file containing your Service Account credentials in JSON Web Token format. To be obtained via the Google Developers Console. Defaults to "service-account.json". Note that this file should be handled with care as it contains authorization keys.
  • config: Path to your module configuration file. Defaults to "app.yaml". This file is runtime dependent (Go, Java, PHP, Python)
  • version: The version of the app that will be created or replaced by this deployment. If you do not specify a version, one will be generated for you. See gcloud preview app deploy
  • no_promote: Flag to not promote the deployed version. See gcloud preview app deploy
  • verbosity: Let's you adjust the verbosity when invoking "gcloud". Defaults to "warning". See gcloud.
  • no_stop_previous_version: Flag to prevent your deployment from stopping the previously promoted version. This is from the future, so might not work (yet). See gcloud preview app deploy

Environment variables:

  • GOOGLECLOUDPROJECT or CLOUDSDK_CORE_PROJECT: Can be used instead of the project option.
  • GOOGLECLOUDKEYFILE: Can be used instead of the keyfile option.

Example:

dpl --provider=gae --project=example --no_promote=true

Firebase:

Options:

  • token: Your Firebase CI access token (generate with firebase login:ci)
  • project: Deploy to a different Firebase project than specified in your firebase.json (e.g. myapp-staging)

Examples:

dpl --provider=firebase --token=<token> --project=<project>

Surge.sh

Options:

  • project Path to project folder relative to repo root. Defaults to repo root if not set.
  • domain Domain to publish to. Can be omitted if domain is set in the CNAME file in the project folder.

Environment variables:

  • SURGE_LOGIN: Set it to the email address you use with Surge
  • SURGE_TOKEN: Set it to your login token (get it by doing a surge token)

Example:

dpl --provider=surge --project=<project-path> --domain=<domain-name>

Bluemix Cloud Foundry:

Options:

  • username: Bluemix username.
  • password: Bluemix password.
  • organization: Bluemix target organization.
  • space: Bluemix target space
  • region: Bluemix region [ng, eu-gb, au-syd]. Optional, default US region (ng).
  • api: Bluemix api URL. Optional for Bluemix dedicated. Explicit api setting precedence over region setting.
  • manifest: Path to manifest file. Optional.
  • skip_ssl_validation: Skip ssl validation. Optional.

Examples:

dpl --provider=bluemixcf --username=<username> --password=<password> --organization=<organization> --region=<region> --space=<space> --skip-ssl-validation