Production cloud deployments of fig infrastructure with docker
Figaro alows to deploy your fig infrastructure to remote servers. Also it provides all the services needed for hosting production apps.
NB! Figaro is currently in concept stage, so documentation for future components is only thing that exist now.
Features: - define your app config through Dockerfile and fig.yml - easy deploy through git push - pushing several versions of app (dev, staging, prod … etc) - simple nginx based balancer - easy switch balancer endpoint between app versions (ex swap prod and dev) - persistent storage for containers - easy copying persistence storage between containers (prod -> staging, etc) - ftp access for container persistence storage
Nb! there is no code that implements things described in tutorial yet.
Configure your project to run with fig.yml.
$ figaro use email@example.com $ figaro init myapp
That is equivalent to:
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org ubuntu$ git init –bare myapp
now push code:
$ git push email@example.com:myapp staging
rewiev deployed app versions:
$ figaro apps
myapp: - staging
$ figaro balancer
no balancer installed on firstname.lastname@example.org
$ figaro balancer install
$ figaro balancer mydomain.com myapp@localhost/staging/web:5000 $ figaro balancer mydomain.com disable
Working with storage:
$ figaro storage copy myapp@localhost/staging/web/mysql myapp@localhost/prod/web/mysql $ figaro storage snapshot myapp@localhost/staging/web/mysql s3://some/bucket#v1.2.3 $ figaro storage restore s3://some/bucket#v1.2.3 myapp@localhost/staging/web/mysql
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