Learn how to Deploying a Dockerised application with Ansible as part of CI/CD Jenkins pipeline. In this example we are going to deploy a Dockerised application with Ansible to staging server as part of Jenkins CI/CD pipeline. Read below for the actual flow.
In this example we are going to deploy a Dockerised application with Ansible to staging server as part of Jenkins CI/CD pipeline. Read below for the actual flow.
Make sure you covered points below.
GitHub integration is done.
Ansible is installed.
Jenkins user can run
Ansible can SSH into staging server.
Login to Docker Hub on terminal so that
jenkins user can push images.
We have a Jenkins and a Staging servers with details below.
Ansible vs. Jenkins: Difference Between Ansible and Jenkins . In this article, we've discussed the difference between Ansible and Jenkins so you can find the answer to this question. Let's get started.
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