Earlier, we set up continuous deployment using IBM Bluemix tools. Here, we will be using open source tools to set up continuous integration and continuous delivery for OpenWhisk functions. I will be setting up a Jenkins container with Serverless Framework installed on it. I have created a Dockerfile that does the heavy lifting for us by creating a Jenkins container with Node.js, Serverless Framework, and an OpenWhisk plugin installed. I have added this Dockerfile to the Git repository. We will be using the weather reporting OpenWhisk application, and we will code it, commit it on GitHub, and then deploy it on the Bluemix cloud through Serverless Framework. We will unit ...
Continuous integration and continuous delivery with Serverless Framework
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