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DevOps for Web Development by Mitesh Soni

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Summary

In this chapter, we covered how to use a Jenkins build job to execute SSH commands to be executed on a Chef workstation for configuration management on an AWS instance, and we also covered setting up permissions for application deployment.

We used the build pipeline plugin as well as the pipeline feature of Jenkins 2.0 for end-to-end automation. This chapter provided a brief overview of all deployment methods covered in this book and how they are different from each other. It also provides a brief overview of deployment methods with respect to the build pipeline.

Finally, we covered the Hygieia DevOps dashboard as it provides an end-to-end unified view of tools used in the automation process.

 

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