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Creating A Dummy Service In Rancher

The last thing that we need to do before we can create the deployment scripts is to create a dummy service in Rancher that we can then replace with our deployed application. We need to do this because our deployment

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Getting Your Rancher API Keys

Before we can start the process of automatically deploying our application to Rancher we need to setup the API access keys that will allow you to use the Rancher Command Line Interface and API. Load up Rancher and log in

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A VSTS Build Agent For Rancher

By default Visual Studio Team Services provides you with one hosted pipeline and one private pipeline when you are using the free services. You can add additional pipelines at a cost of $15 a month if you need them however

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Extending Your Rancher Environments

In the last post we setup the Rancher server and added our first Rancher Host. One of the nice features of Rancher is that you can setup multiple environments so that you can keep your Development testing system separate from

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Setting Up Your Rancher Infrastructure

Before we can build and deploy our application we will need to first setup the infrastructure. I’ve decided that I’m going to be using Docker as the container service and Rancher as the orchestration layer. This blog post is just

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Deploying Your Applications

So you have decided what you will write your application in, both backend and frontend, you have decided where you will store the source code and how you will track issues, you have figured out your authentication and authorization solution,

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