Category Archives: Continuous Delivery

Use Spring Cloud Config as externalized configuration

One of the most important practices when it comes to continuous delivery is building your binaries only once and use that one in the different environments (dev, test, acceptance, etc). This means that most likely you will need to externalize … Continue reading

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Pipeline as code with a Spring Boot application

This is the last in a serie of posts about continuous delivery based on my local Docker compose stack (see the first and second post here). In this post I use a simple Spring Boot project to show how to … Continue reading

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Configure Jenkins for Continuous Delivery of a Spring Boot application

In my previous post I described how I started a continuous delivery stack with one simple command. The next step is to prepare the stack to build and deploy an application in an automated way. In this post I describe … Continue reading

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Set up your own Continuous Delivery stack

Last week I wanted to try new things with ‘pipeline as code’ with Jenkins. The best way to try new things is running it as Docker containers. This way I can keep my MacBook clean and don’t mess up existing … Continue reading

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