The Shipa Developer Hub

Welcome to the Shipa developer hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Shipa as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Deploying Applications

Shipa is an Application Management Framework. The goal is to completely abstract the underlying infrastructure (both Cloud and Kubernetes infrastructure) while allowing developers to focus on application management and operations on controls and governance.

You can deploy applications through:

  • CI/CD
  • Shipa CLI

CI/CD Deployment

You can integrate Shipa to all major CI pipelines to help you deploy your applications across different clusters and clouds.

Source code deployment

Shipa supports deploying applications from source code, where Shipa will automatically build the container image and components required to run the application source code. Deployments from the source are based on Shipa platforms

Docker Image Deployment

Users can deploy existing Docker images through Shipa using both Shipa's CLI and the CI pipeline integration.

Platforms

Shipa supports a number of platforms (defined as Dockerfiles) for users that want to deploy their applications directly from the source code. Pre-built platforms are listed below:

  • Go
  • Java
  • Node.js
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby
  • Static
  • Perl
  • Elixir
  • .Net

For more details regarding Platforms in Shipa, visit the Platforms page in this documentation.

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Installing Platform

The platforms listed above come pre-installed in the Shipa platform repository. You have the opportunity to enable them by using the platform-add command in Shipa.

For example, you can add go platform by running this command: shipa platform-add go

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Managing and deploying applications on Shipa

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Deploying Applications


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