Important for streamlined service delivery, we need a secure machine or machines on which we can build containers using blubber and push to the docker registry for use in staging.
|Resolved||None||T170453 FY2017/18 Program 6: Streamlined Service delivery|
|Invalid||None||T170480 FY2017/18 Program 6 - Outcome 2: Developers are able to develop and test their applications through a unified pipeline towards production deployment.|
|Invalid||None||T170481 FY2017/18 Program 6 - Outcome 2 - Objective 2: Set up a continuous integration and deployment pipeline|
|Resolved||None||T157469 Mathoid CI Container Build|
|Resolved||• dduvall||T175297 Define new Jenkins pipeline for container build phase|
|Resolved||thcipriani||T173128 Find CI container build location|
Now that we have locked down the security for Jenkins a bit, contint1001 seems like a logical place to store credentials and run builds. We've discussed this a bit in the deployment pipeline meetings.
Ideally credentials would be managed there by puppet and used by the jenkins-deploy user to build containers via blubber.