CloudFoundry Deployment

You now have the amazing ability to deploy directly to CloudFoundry after a successful build on Travis CI.

Getting on the Edge

Proper CloudFoundry support is currently included only in the edge version of Travis. See how to enable it via the .travis.yml below.

The Easy Way

Go grab the Travis gem from GitHub and run this command:

travis setup cloudfoundry

You will be asked to answer a few simple questions about your CloudFoundry setup, and Travis will take care of the rest!

Open up your newly-created .travis.yml and add edge: true to enable the deploy tool. See yml below for an example of how to do this.

The Slightly Harder Way

So you want to write your own .travis.yml, fine. Here is the minimum required to get up and running:

 deploy:
   edge: true
   provider: cloudfoundry
   username: hulk_hogan@example.com
   password: supersecretpassword
   api: https://api.run.pivotal.io
   organization: myawesomeorganization
   space: staging

Make sure that you encrypt your password before pushing your updated .travis.yml to GitHub.

You can do this using the Travis gem above and running:

travis encrypt --add deploy.password

If your password includes symbols (such as braces, parentheses, backslashes, and pipe symbols), you must escape those symbols before running travis encrypt.

Conditional releases

You can deploy only when certain conditions are met. See Conditional Releases with on:.