command-line tool to deploy an application across a cluster of drones
npm install amino-deploy
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|Version||0.1.3 last updated 4 months ago|
|Keywords||cluster, performance, scaling, deployment|
|Dependencies (8)||commander, amino, npm, read-package-json, request, archy, moment, yamljs|
Command-line tool to deploy an application across a cluster of drones.
The amino deploy CLI helps you manage an army of drone servers. With it, you can host node.js applications with increased redundancy and throughput. You'll also have the peace of mind of of being able to start, stop, redeploy, and respawn processes from a single console.
You might think of it as the clusterable, manageable alternative to forever.
- Run as many drones and services as your app needs.
- Add new drones to the cluster any time, with no downtime of the live drones.
- Redeploy your application codebase to all drones, with a single command.
- Manage and monitor drones and the processes they are running.
- Zero configuration per drone server, you only need:
- Services name
- Redis server addresses and authentication credentials
This CLI works by communicating with amino-drone services.
Amino-deploy uses Redis to facilitate pub/sub gossip between the drone servers and your console. You'll want at least one Redis database or, for increased redundancy, multiple redis servers. See haredis for more info.
Usage: amino <command> Commands: deploy [options] [cmd] [args...] deploy a project to drones and optionally spawn a command redeploy [options] deploy latest code, spawn copies of existing processes, and then stop old processes respawn [sha1/id] respawn running processes, optionally on a particular git or tarball sha1 or process id ps [sha1] show running processes, optionally on a particular git or tarball sha1 stop [sha1/id] stop running processes, optionally on a particular git or tarball sha1 or process id config save arguments to .amino.yml to act as defaults * output help Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -s, --service <name[@version]> drone service to request, with optional semver (default: app-drone) -r, --redis <port/host/host:port/list> redis server(s) used by the service (can be comma-separated)
Developed by Terra Eclipse
Terra Eclipse, Inc. is a nationally recognized political technology and strategy firm located in Aptos, CA and Washington, D.C.
- Copyright (C) 2012 Carlos Rodriguez (http://s8f.org/)
- Copyright (C) 2012 Terra Eclipse, Inc. (http://www.terraeclipse.com/)
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