Simple Jenkins for AWS Deployment via GitHub Hooks( Continues Deployment)

Simple Jenkins for AWS Deployment via GitHub Hooks( Continues Deployment)

Simple Jenkins for AWS Deployment via GitHub Hooks( Continues Deployment) - Connect GitHub webhooks to Jenkins ssh credentials to deploy the application. Now in Jenkins go to build Triggers and select GitHub Hook trigger.

Connect GitHub webhooks to Jenkins ssh credentials to deploy the application.

STEPS

  1. Spin up an EC2 instance and connect.
  2. Jenkins Installation.
  3. Github Integration ( https://medium.com/devops-dudes/setup-ssh-between-jenkins-and-github-660137e3895c)
  4. Creating a JOB
  5. Deployment

1. Spin up an EC2 instance and connect

This is just straight up to create an instance and connect to it

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