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Use this tag for questions about deployment, which is about all the activities to make (part of) a system available for use in some target environment.

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It is convenient to use Environment Variables to provide runtime configuration for such scripts. Especially when it contains secrets that you don't want to hold in any persistent storage or in version …
answered Jan 8 '18 by Evgeny
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change (usually) requires new code to be deployed. But not every deployment of code means new changes were released to be used. Let us first look at the best case possible. Where you don't have any … button that requires pushing, to get a deployment to happen. Every change sent to your version control system - automatically gets tested for correctness and is automatically deployed to your system …
answered Jun 24 '17 by Evgeny
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mutating anything. Once you decide to completely replace your configuration or dependencies or application on each deployment because it is easier and less error prone. Most organizations (used to) switch …
answered Mar 2 '17 by Evgeny