Secrets in Custom Webhook Stage
How to use secrets from S3 in custom webhook stage.
Configuring Travis in your Spinnaker instance with Halyard is pretty easy, but there are a few “gotchas” to watch out for.
First, configure your Travis master:
hal config ci travis master add Travis --address https://api.travis-ci.org --base-url https://travis-ci.org --github-token
(If you’re using a private Travis account, change the addresses appropriately)
For reference, you can look at the Spinnaker docs
Next, enable Travis with Halyard:
hal config ci travis enable
This is currently a bug with OSS halyard; doing the above will cause Igor to
go into a CrashLoopBackoff state. The fix for this is to go into your
<profile>/profiles/ directory and add (or update, if you already have one)
igor-local.yml. Add this section:
artifact: decorator: enabled: true
If you want to be able to run Travis jobs as a stage in your pipeline, you’ll need to enable the stage as well:
hal config features edit --travis true
Now you should be able to
hal deploy apply and when your services have
restarted, you should be able to trigger pipelines off Travis builds, and
see a Travis stage option in your pipelines.