CI/CD Stories are articles in which we show how companies use Buddy to optimize website delivery.
A significant part of our clients are small and medium webshops who don’t need complicated enterprise software. For them, simple and lightweight Buddy is the perfect DevOps tool.
One of such companies is Druid, a software house from Helsinki, Finland. In addition to regular druid stuff (blood magic, shapeshifting to bears, summoning golems, etc.) the team specializes in Drupal websites and projects.
Any developer dealing with Drupal knows its complexity can be a challenge:
Our main case so far has been deploying Drupal sites to different environments, as Drupal sites usually are based on lots of contrib modules downloaded. Marko Korhonen, CTO at Druid
The folks at Druid worked out a solution that works well across all Drupal-based projects:
We use builder software to download all the things we need, and then link environment specific configuration to it (settings file etc). We do all this in one Docker-based action, which then gives us an artifact file to deploy to a server. There we do release management utilizing Buddy’s execution ID.
The result is a well-thought pipeline with self-explanatory process:
The artifact is built and packed in a PHP container with Composer and Drush installed:
The pipeline is also secured for unexpected failures with a bunch of conditional notifications:
Awesome work guys, you really did bring some druidic wisdom to the table!
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