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Learn DevOps

Learn the craft of "DevOps" (Developer Operations) to reliably deploy your App and keep it Up!



You should learn more "advanced" DevOps if:

  • You / your team have "out-grown" Heroku (e.g: your Heroku bill is more than $100/month)
  • You want "more control" over your infrastructure e.g: to run a specific version of software or database.
  • Your client/boss has instructed you to use a specific "cloud" provider.
  • Curiosity to extend your "back end infrastructure" knowledge to be a more "well-rounded" developer.


"DevOps integrates developers and operations teams in order to improve collaboration and productivity by automating infrastructure, automating workflows and continuously measuring application performance." from: "What is DevOps?" by RackSpace


Everyone that wants to seriously consider/call themself a "Full Stack" Developer must know how to deploy, secure and monitor their app on their chosen infrastructure.


Over the years we @dwyl have deployed/managed Apps, both our own and those of our clients, on a wide variety of infrastructure and platform providers.

Most of our Apps have been deployed to Amazon Web Services ("AWS") e.g:
We have several clients who use (and love) Heroku e.g:
For the National Health Service (NHS) in England, (who have a major contract with Microsoft) we deployed to Microsoft Azure.
We have clients who still own their own "Bare Metal" Servers.

Provider-Specific Guides

We have produced a guide for each of our most-used infrastructure/platform providers:

Gogs Git Server

We needed to run a our own Git server for one of our projects. So we deployed Gogs both locally and to and documented it: /gogs


If you would like to see a guide for a different service provider, please open an issue with your suggestion(s):

Testing, Continuous Integration & Delivery

Deployment is what you do with your app once you have built, tested and documented it.

If you are unfamiliar with Test-Driven Development (TDD), please see:

Next you should be proficient with Continuous Integration. For that we recommend using Travis-CI, see:



Background Reading

Linode-specific How-tos

Using a Different Cloud Infrastructure Provider?

While this tutorial has focussed on using Linode, we @dwyl have experience of using several infrastructure providers:

if you have a question specific to using Linode or one of the other "cloud" providers, please open an issue and we will attempt to help!

Thanks for learning with us! Your feedback/questions is always welcome.

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