CI/CD Running on Cloud Foundry

| March 24, 2016

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Pushing Apps to Cloud Foundry is as easy as it gets, thanks to the cf push command. However, it is still tedious to push your code after every change you make, just to see if it runs in the cloud. That’s where a CI/CD (continuous integration and continuous deployment) server comes in handy. It tests, builds and deploys your code every time you git push changes and makes sure that your code is always tested and deployed.Now wouldn’t it be nice if your CI/CD server which deploys to Cloud Foundry also actually ran on Cloud Foundry?

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