Deployment is done via Ansible. Currently, only single server deployments are described but you can just as easily deploy the application in a Kubernetes environment.
The deployment configuration (called a “playbook”) is very simplistic and also contains sensitive values. This makes the playbook more readable but is not following good practices!
You can configure the Ansible playbook to install relevant services, do it manually, or have these pre-installed. You will need:
Apart from Docker, you can install all these with something like:
$ sudo apt-get install postgresql nginx python3 python3-pip
For Docker, follow the instructions here: https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/
You will also need access to, or create, a database. You can create a database with something like:
$ sudo su postgres --command="createuser <db-username> -P" Enter password for new role: Enter it again: $ sudo su postgres --command="createdb <db-name> --owner=<db-username>"
Download the project from Github or just the deployment files.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:maykinmedia/catalogi-importer.git
Setup virtual environment:
$ python3 -m venv env/ $ source env/bin/activate $ pip install ansible
Sometimes, additional or updates packages are needed if they are not installed by the Ansible setup installation. You can do so like this:
$ python -m pip install -U pip $ pip install ordered_set packaging appdirs six
Install Ansible collections:
$ ansible-galaxy collection install community.docker $ ansible-galaxy collection install git+https://github.com/maykinmedia/commonground-ansible.git
The last collection might require explicit access.
Edit the playbook
app.ymlto match your setup. Take special note of all TODO settings and read through all the comments and variables.
Run the playbook:
$ ansible-playbook app.yml --become --ask-become-pass