Dokku is compatible with continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) services that support git over SSH deployments. Some of the services we've reviewed and supported include the following:
- Bitbucket Pipelines
- GitHub Actions
Typically you'll need to generate a deployment key in the CI / CD service. This key should be stored as a secret/encrypted object in the respective service, and its scope should be limited to repositories associated with your Healthcare Blocks production environment. Then you'll create a support ticket, providing the public portion of the key and specifying which Healthcare Blocks application server should be associated with the key.
In the CI / CD configuration for your project, define a git remote pointing to your Healthcare Blocks server, e.g.:
git remote add hcb \ firstname.lastname@example.org:my-app
(replace the values for my-server-id and my-app-name with the ones supplied to you when the server was provisioned)
Then define a step that will deploy code to your server, e.g.
git push hcb main
Finally, test your configuration by pushing code to the source control vendor associated with your CI / CD service, triggering a new build and release cycle.
Dokku GitHub Action
Please refer to https://github.com/dokku/github-action for official documentation. If you have any questions or need assistance with setup, please create a support ticket.