Let's imagine you run a complex service or app, and you have to manage a backend solution that grows fast. You have to find a way to handle the releases cycle. It means taking care of restarting services, migrating databases, expiring caches, as well as notifying client's apps for the update. Now, add a new layer of complexity: to quickly try-and-fail, you also use a feature-flipping architecture that allows you to run tests on various client segments. Even for a limited amount of time. And, because your team is great, you deliver several times a day. To address all those needs, Node.js is a great candidate. Properly hooked behind a Git repository that will allow you to push your codebase and configs, we can conceive a modular system to manage your deployment process. Based on Streams and Functional Programming, we will present a global solution capable to deliver your codebase and reprocess its configuration on-the-fly. With a simple git push. Let's see what a modern, robust, and distributed deployment platform should look like.

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Great sample about socket usage to communicate between git hooks and.
That are the kind of hack we need!!

Very interesting!

NodeJS, sockets and Git: what do you want more than that?!

Interesting!

Federico at 14:57 on 16 Nov 2018

I enjoyed the hooks part more than the feature one

Really interesting and give huge tips that surely I will investigate, but there was a lot of confusion inside my mind about the acl slides and git hooks jumping from a topic to another @[email protected]

Simone Savino at 22:09 on 16 Nov 2018

Simple and useful

Marco Da Re at 00:04 on 17 Nov 2018

topic interesting, maybe too many GIF on slides :)

Nice talk very interesting the part of git hook but I need to deep inside the difference of this approach Vs a normal CI like tarvis or Jenkins

Filippo Nardi at 12:35 on 19 Nov 2018

Interesting use of Git and Node.js

everything explained in a good way

Interesting talk, but maybe too many things

Alberto Roli at 17:17 on 19 Nov 2018

A bit hard to follow

Nice talk, maybe too many things for the speech time.