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Deploying Java Onto OpenShift With Travis CI

The Integration Zone is brought to you in partnership with Red Hat. Use these flashcards along with the popular open source integration framework Apache Camel as an easy reference during the design and development of integration projects.

Travis CI, if you haven't heard of it, is a free, hosted CI server for open source software.  If you've been thinking about taking a break from Jenkins, Travis CI is a hot new tool that you should look at. 

Travis CI recently added support for the OpenShift PaaS, so there is a new tutorial up on the OpenShift blog about how you can deploy a Java application to OpenShift using Travis CI.  The sample application uses Spring, PostgreSQL and Tomcat 7.  It's pretty simple.  Only 11 short steps.

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