What a permanent deployment tool can do for you

Distributed work and collaboration have been part of everyday software development for many years. For example, systems such as Github allow developers to work on outstanding open source applications that are used around the globe. However, distributed work can lead to problems that inconveniently show up right before the release date. You can avoid these kinds of problems by using a permanent deployment tool.

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How to Run Ansible on DeployBot

On DeployBot, you can use Ansible to process your code before it is deployed to your selected servers. DeployBot makes available Build Tools that can be used to execute commands that will prepare code for deployment. This is done inside a secure Docker container on the DeployBot servers. Inside the container, you have full root access so you are free to run commands that require this access.

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Say Hello to Your New DeployBot Assistant

The new DeployBot assistant helps you connect your repositories the right way, and more!

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Set­ting up Lar­avel Forge and DeployBot

This is your guide to setting up Laravel Forge and DeployBot - a guest post by John Morton

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The Roles And Responsibilities of a DevOps Team

A successful journey of adopting DevOps starts with identifying key roles and responsibilities required for your organization's success and putting the right-skilled team members in these roles. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the structure of a DevOps team. Each team's roles and responsibilities will vary according to the organization and scope of the project, so you need to have these two things in mind when assembling your team. We have put together a list of common DevOps roles, with their accompanying responsibilities.

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