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Deploy application


After fierce development/integration/testing/…, it’s time to deploy the application into the CodeNOW application environment. 

Before you begin


  1. Build a new component version
    • An application release has to contain only released components because it makes clear which fixed bugs and newly developed features are contained in a particular build.
    • A released component:
      • is tagged in git,
      • has updated its pom.xml descriptors,
      • is uploaded to the nexus artifact repository.
    • Developers can check the build progress in CI/CD Builds Overview.
  2. See the result of code quality check
    • SonarQube is the most popular open-source tool for static code analysis and is integrated into CodeNOW. See more about the SonarQube
    • Let’s use the default oxus-java profile for quality check.
    • Code quality check is a good first-line measure to evaluate overall code quality.
    • Defining quality gateways help for first glance decisions on whether the code is release-ready.
    • If the code quality is too low, improve your code and build a new component version (STEP 1)
  3. Repeat STEP 1 and STEP 2 for each improved application component
  4. Create application package
    •  Define application package version.
    • Select which components (and which version of components) to include in the application package.
      • An application package consists of individual component released builds with individual build versions.
      • An application package is merely a descriptor, so far no real deployment exists.
      • An application as an orchestration of components is delivered to the selected environment as the whole package.
  5. Define deployment configuration
    • Select the target environment and application package version. 
  6. Deploy the application. 
  7. Check the application deployment status using CI / CD Deployments Overview. 


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