What is the bamboo'ish way to achieve the following :-
1) nightly deployment of green builds to 10 dev environment hosts - no approvals required
2) nightly deployment of green builds to 4 integration environment hosts - if approved by test managers
The hosts are all solaris. The manual process to deploy is scp package to host, pkgrm old version, pkgadd new version, run appserver redeploy script.
Is there a way for a bamboo deployment environment to contain multiple hosts and the tasks are looped once for each host?
I think the best way ist to use one ore more scripts which are scheduled an contains the specific tasks
We have sth like that to deploy our builds to multiple JIRA instances:
cd path/to/your/build deployCommand1 deployCommand2 ...
This is part of a job which is excecuted after a sucessfull build. But you can specify this on your own
Hope that helps a little
I was expecting something a little more refined. like within a deployment environment (say Dev) you can set up a list of deployment targets (dev1host, dev2host, dev3host, etc) and a deployment tasks template which can then be run for some or all hosts in the deployment targets list (passing in the host name as a variable to the deployment task template).
sure i can script things manually as you show above but then you lose the ability to have different environment/host owners approve/initiate the deploy to different hosts/environments (and also the audit trail of the same)
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