Post infra setup (Kubernetes Cluster), the deployment has got 2 stages and 2 modes. We can see the stages first and then the modes.
Essentially, iFix dashboard deployment means that we need to generate Kubernetes manifests for each individual service of the required OLAP components like a druid, metabase. We use the tool called helm, which is an easy, effective and customizable packaging and deployment solution. So depending on where and which env you initiate the deployment there are 2 modes that you can deploy.
- 2.Advanced: Setup CI/CD System like Jenkins - Depending on how you want to set up your CI/CD and the expertise the steps will vary, however here you can find how we eGov has set up an exemplar CI/CD on Jenkins and the pipelines are created automatically without any manual intervention.
You can choose the infra type and the env to either single fat server or distributed setup on Docker compose or Kubernetes.
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