Continuous Delivery with Cloud 66 and Codeship

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I am happy to announce a new member in our Codeship Integrations family: Cloud 66!

Set up Continuous Delivery with Cloud 66 and Codeship

Cloud 66 helps you build, deploy & manage your Ruby apps on your own servers and will start supporting additional frameworks soon.

At Codeship, we want to help you become a better software development team. We have the ambition to be part of your daily development workflow and help you be as efficient as possible. We recently wrote about how highly we value your time and productivity. That’s why we integrate with services you already use and why we want to make it easy for you to get started straight away.

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Deploying with Cloud 66 and Codeship is easy

Integrating Cloud 66 with Codeship is as simple as copying and pasting a URL into our Script Deployment Method! We are working on making this even simpler and will implement our Codeship 1-Click-Solution in the future. For now all you have to do is this.

Setting up Cloud 66 with Codeship

Once you’ve deployed your stack with Cloud 66, you’ll see a Redeployment hook URL on your Stack information page. When you visit your project on Codeship, simply click “Set up Continuous Deployment”, select our “Script” Deployment option and paste your URL into the field in this format:

curl -X POST -d "" [Redeployment hook URL]

If you want more information you can check out our documentation: Continuous Deployment with Cloud 66 and Codeship.

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  • Have been using this for a few month now. Works really well. I was hoping this blog post was about the 1 click integration :(

    • Soon Scott, soon ;-)
      Yeah, it’s been working for quite a while but we didn’t really tell people about it. I’ll let you know when the 1-click integration is published!