How to Build and Deploy OpenShift Java Projects using Travis CI


Recently, Travis CI announced support for deploying OpenShift applications from Travis builds. Travis-CI.org is a free hosted continuous integration server for open source applications. Commercial non-opensource project developers can use the Travis CI commercial offering. This blog shows how developers can use Travis-CI.org to build and deploy OpenShift Java applications. These instructions also apply to commercial offerings Travis-CI.com

Please note that out-of-the-box OpenShift provides support for Jenkins based deployments. You can refer to my blog on Jenkins for more information.

Read full blog https://www.openshift.com/blogs/how-to-build-and-deploy-openshift-java-projects-using-travis-ci.

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