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CI/CD Workflows for Serverless Functions with the Fission GitHub Action

GitHub recently announced GitHub Actions, enabling developers to develop workflows and execute them based on events in code repositories – such as a push event or an issue creation.

There are many Actions available on the Github marketplace which you can use for automating various tasks and workflows around development and deployment.

Fission contributor Vishal Biyani has recently released the new Fission Action – enabling you to easily automate your CI/CD workflows for serverless functions developed with the popular open source fission framework.

In his recent blog post, Vishal shares a step-by-step tutorial for how to use the new Fission GitHub Action, building a simple workflow that automatically deploys a new version of a Fission function to a Kubernetes cluster with each push.

Check out the recent Fission post and try it for yourself!


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