Automatic push to production server

Hello,

I want know wheather its possible to automatically push code to production server? I have my code repo in bitbucket (git) and cloned it into my localhost and my production server. Whenever I do changes, I push it from the localhost and then pull it from the production server. Production server runs on EC2 ubuntu.

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There are a couple ways of doing it. Easiest is to set up a cron job just to do a git pull every X minutes. Not really what you're asking for but it is the easiest. To do what you want - you'd need to set up a service to ping somewhere on a http accessible port. For more on bitbucket services see https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Managing+Bitbucket+Services . Somewhere there is a list of ips that bitbucket pings from so you can filter on that. Then just have whatever is at the other end of that listening - do the git pull. Depending on your scale/usage etc - you might want to consider a CI server though.

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