But it`s astonishing how seldom people notice these IT systems, even with companies and public institutions spending hundreds of billions of dollars every year on them. From the time we get up until we go to bed, we interact, often unknowingly, with dozens of IT systems. Our voice-activated digital assistants read the headlines to us before we hop into our cars loaded with embedded processors, some of which help us drive, others of which entertain us as we guzzle coffee brewed by our own robotic baristas. Infrastructure like wastewater treatment plants, power grids, air traffic control, telecommunications services, and government administration depends on hundreds of thousands of unseen IT systems that form another, hidden infrastructure. Commercial organizations rely on IT systems to manage payroll, order supplies, and approve cashless sales, to name but three of thousands of automated tasks necessary to the smooth functioning of a modern economy. Though these systems run practically every aspect of our lives, we don’t give them a second thought because, for the most part, they function. It doesn’t even occur to us that IT is something that needs constant attention to be kept in working order.
include:local includes a file from the same repository as .gitlab-ci.yml. It`s referenced using full paths relative to the root directory (/).
include:remote can be used to include a file from a different location, using HTTP/HTTPS, referenced by using the full URL. The remote file must be publicly accessible through a simple GET request as authentication schemas in the remote URL are not supported.
.tests in this example is a hidden job, but it`s possible to inherit from regular jobs as well.
The simplest way to configure a downstream trigger is to use trigger keyword with a full path to a downstream project: rspec: stage: test script: bundle exec rspec staging: stage: deploy trigger: my/deployment Complex trigger syntax for multi-project pipelines
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