It’s been a busy month at Distelli—we’ve been building new features that a lot of our customers have asked for, and constantly improving on our current features. Here’s a recap of new features we built in January 2016:
Building and Deploying Docker Images
Build your Docker images using Distelli, and upload them to Docker Hub or Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR). Once you’ve uploaded your image, you can use Distelli to deploy and run the Docker image as a container on your server.
- To get started with building and deploying your Docker images, see the Documentation.
- For an introduction to building Docker images, see our blog post, Building Docker Images with Distelli.
Automating Deployments: Application Pipelines
With Application Pipelines, you can automate application builds, set up deployment stages for the application, and set up automatic deployments between the stages of your pipeline. You can also set up separate pipelines for each branch in your source control repository.
- For an introduction to Application Pipelines, see our blog post, Automate your App’s DevOps journey with App Pipelines.
- For steps to create and configure an App Pipeline, see the Documentation.
Skip Automatic Builds with a Commit Message
By default, Distelli automatically builds your applications every time you commit new code. To prevent an automatic build, in your commit message, add