This post is part of The Containerization Chronicles, a series of posts about Containerization. In them, I write about my experiments and what I’ve learned on Containerization of applications. The contents of this post might make more sense if you read the previous posts in this series.
Now that we have the project integrated with a Continuous Integration server, where we run the tests and report back to GitHub pull requests with the results of the test run and the coverage, we can deploy our project and make it available on the Internet.
We will do so with Heroku. I have chosen Heroku because it allows me to perform these experiments for free.
If you want to jump into the code, this is the tag for this post.