Google AppEngine deployments

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06 Jun, 2018 06:22 PM

Hi guys – looking for some advice on how to best use AppVeyor with aspnetcore and Google AppEngine.

When we were still using .NET 4.6 and deploying to IIS, it was pretty straightforward. We had one Project with multiple environments for the different WebDeploy destinations. A commit would build (and version) once, and then I could deploy (manually or as part of the build) via the Environments, which of course could also have different Environment variables.

We are now migrating to aspnetcore and AppEngine across the board and trying to achieve something similar.

Following this blog post and what that Ilya mentioned here, we have deployments working from our Projects.

The fundamental issue seems to be that there's no AppEngine deployment provider, nor have I figured out how to have that deploy_script "custom provider" tied to an Environment instead of a Project.

As a result, the only way I've been able to deploy different "environments" to AppEngine is to have a separate Project for each one, but then the versions are not in sync. We currently deploy a build to QA environment automatically, and then manually push that build to production when testing is complete - so the build version etc is always the same.

Any ideas? Any plans for a "native" Google AppEngine provider, or at least a Script provider so I can create environments with these deploy_script sections?


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Ilya Finkelshte... on 06 Jun, 2018 08:20 PM

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    Hi Tim,

    Please check deployment projects. We plan to make them 1st class citizens this year, but for now it requires some scripting to tune it.

    Regarding "native" Google AppEngine provide, filed this issue. Cannot say ETA right now.


  2. 2 Posted by tmarman on 07 Jun, 2018 01:08 PM

    tmarman's Avatar

    Ahh, perfect, deployment projects were what I was looking for, I was just looking in the wrong place. Thanks!

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