Mina alternatives and similar tools
Based on the "Deployment Automation" category.
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Fabric8.9 5.0 L3 Mina VS FabricSimple, Pythonic remote execution and deployment.
Capistrano8.7 2.8 L4 Mina VS CapistranoRemote multi-server automation tool
Rocketeer6.6 1.5 L5 Mina VS RocketeerPHP task runner and deployment tool.
munki6.6 7.4 L2 Mina VS munkiManaged software installation for macOS —
werf6.5 9.8 Mina VS werfA solution for implementing efficient and consistent software delivery to Kubernetes facilitating best practices.
sup6.0 0.0 Mina VS supSuper simple deployment tool - think of it like 'make' for a network of servers
Vlad the Deployer3.6 0.0 L5 Mina VS Vlad the DeployerDeployment automation (rake based).
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Really fast deployer and server automation tool.
This is a readme of the current master, version 1.0.0. If you are using older mina (pre 0.3) please take a look at 0.3 readme
Mina works really fast because it's a deploy Bash script generator. It generates an entire procedure as a Bash script and runs it remotely in the server.
Compare this to the likes of Capistrano, where it opens an SSH connection and runs each command in sequence, Mina only creates a SSH session and sends one command.
$ gem install mina $ mina init
Mina requires ruby 2.0.0 or greater. For older versions of Ruby, please use 0.3.8 version.
For quick start check out [Getting started guide](docs/getting_started.md)
For migrating your current 0.3.x deploy scripts, please look at the [migrating guide](docs/migrating.md)
For FAQ please visit the [faq](docs/faq.md)
If you are missing some plugins check the [3rd party plugins doc](docs/3rd_party_plugins.md)
For other documentation please visit the [docs](docs)
Released under the MIT License.
Mina is maintained and sponsored by Infinum.
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*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Mina README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.