You Can Automate DevOps Yourself Using GitLab CI And Docker-Compose

Overview of the Finished GitLab CI Process

You are here because you want to set up an auto deployment pipeline for your amazing full stack project.

In this article I will show you how to do this yourself.

The project I will use is a prebuilt NodeJS API, which when run, is exposed behind a Nginx proxy, and containerised using docker-compose. The project exists in…

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Developer of real time, low latency, high availability, asynchronous, multi threaded, remotely managed, fully automated and monitored solutions.

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