Tag Archives: Continuous Delivery

Managing wordpress: Automated deployments with wp_deploy

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I’ve been recently looking to improve the way in which I manage updates for the blog. In fact it was something long overdue, that I wanted to do months ago, but it wasn’t until last month that I decided to move away from Linode and into OVH, the reason being purely the competitive price offered, with the guarantee that the quality will be the same (this, thanks mostly to some peers that have been on it for quite some time now).

I took that chance to start looking more in detail into some of the Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery aspects that I’ve been working with for about the last 5 years in my last team. In regards to maintaining the blog, I was mostly looking for a safe and automated way to be able to push codebase and database updates to the blog, from the comfort of my command line, without having to SSH into a server in order to pull code changes, grab backups manually before a deploy, deploy database updates, etc. Continue reading