Heroku is a public PAAS provider that makes it easy to deploy an application. The Vagrant Push Heroku strategy pushes your application's code to Heroku.
Warning: The Vagrant Push Heroku strategy requires you have configured your Heroku credentials and created the Heroku application. This documentation will not cover these prerequisites, but you can read more about them in the Heroku documentation.
Only files which are committed to the Git repository will be pushed to Heroku. Additionally, the current working branch is always pushed to the Heroku, even if it is not the "master" branch.
The Vagrant Push Heroku strategy supports the following configuration options:
app - The name of the Heroku application. If the Heroku application does not exist, an exception will be raised. If this value is not specified, the basename of the directory containing the
Vagrantfile is assumed to be the name of the Heroku application. Since this value can change between users, it is highly recommended that you add the
app setting to your
dir - The base directory containing the Git repository to upload to Heroku. By default this is the same directory as the Vagrantfile, but you can specify this if you have a nested Git directory.
remote - The name of the Git remote where Heroku is configured. The default value is "heroku".
The Vagrant Push Heroku strategy is defined in the
Vagrantfile using the
config.push.define "heroku" do |push| push.app = "my_application" end
And then push the application to Heroku:
$ vagrant push
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