Setup CI/CD Workflow with GitHub Actions

Setup and configure CICD workflow with GitHub actions to deploy source code to remote server.

In this guide you are going to learn how to configure GitHub actions to make automated deployments to server once a push is made. We will setup SSH keys to authenticate with the server.

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Follow this guide to create new user and configure SSH keys which is necessary for GitHub to make secure connections with your server.

Once you have completed the above step you can proceed to GitHub to configure actions.

Take note of the following details from the above setup.

These 3 details are necessary to make connection to the server from GitHub.

Login to your GitHub account and go to your repository.

Navigate to Settings gtgt Secrets.

Click New repository secret.

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