Today’s post is conceptually a rather simple one… Let’s see how we can go from this ;
To here ;
By using a CI/CD pipeline.
Flow of the day
What will we be doing today?
- Kick-off a VSTS build once a change has been made to our Github repo
- Build a container via VSTS
- Publish the container to an ACR (Azure Container Registry)
- Kick-off a VSTS release once the build succeeded
- Use an ARM template to deploy an ACI (Azure Container Instance) with our docker container underneath
Sound cool? Let’s get to it!
Continue reading “From Github to ACI – A tale how to use Visual Studio Team Services & Azure Container Registry for Container CI/CD”
Today I’m going to show you how you can leverage the combination of Visual Studio Team Services & Rancher to kickstart your continuous deployment of your docker containers. So every time we update our containers, we want a smooth upgrade process on our container setup. What do you think? Let’s see what this can look like?
The scenario of today will have the following flow ;
- We’ll use a git(hub) repository to store our docker-compose & rancher-compose file that powers our solution.
- Next up, we’ll be using VSTS as the orchestrator for your CI/CD-pipeline.
- Rancher is our preferred container workflow / management tool, and we’ll be using the “rancher-compose” on our VSTS build agent.
Continue reading “Using Visual Studio Team Services & Rancher for continuous deployment for your docker containers”
So today I was installing an VSTS agent on Ubuntu and I got the following error message ;
Failed to initialize CoreCLR, HRESULT: 0x80131500
I received this error message when trying to run the “config.sh” command ;
So how to fix this? Apparently the agent has a hard dependency towards “libicu52”. By default my system (ubuntu 16.04 LTS) had libicu55 on it. You can find the “old” package on the following location. And install it?
sudo dpkg -i libicu52_52.1-3ubuntu0.5_amd64.deb
And that did the trick!
Have fun with your Linux CI/CD pipelines now! 😀