In the example below,
$DOCKER_IMAGE is the name of the image you'd like to deploy, including its repository and tag. In other words, it should be the same argument you'd pass to
docker pull, or
$APP_HANDLE, it's the name of the app you'd like to deploy to.
aptible deploy --app "$APP_HANDLE" \ --docker-image "$DOCKER_IMAGE"
If your image is private, provide credentials:
aptible deploy --app "$APP_HANDLE" \ --docker-image "$DOCKER_IMAGE" \ --private-registry-username "$USERNAME" \ --private-registry-password "$PASSWORD"
After you've deployed using
aptible deploy, if you update your image, or would like to deploy a different image, just use
aptible deploy again (if your Docker image's name hasn't changed, you don't even need to pass the
--docker-image argument again).
If you are migrating from Dockerfile Deploy, you should also add the
--git-detachflag to this command the first time you deploy.
See Migrating from Dockerfile Deploy for more information.
Updated 10 months ago