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Make a script at .travis/docker_push:
Developers should feel free to update the functionality of this embed their custom workflow, tagging, branch structure, etc., this is just a simple baseline stolen from the early stages of asym-crypto-yaml.

#!/bin/bash

echo "$DOCKER_PASSWORD" | docker login -u $DOCKER_USERNAME --password-stdin

if [ ! -z "${TRAVIS_TAG}" ]; then
    docker tag edxops/MY_REPO:latest edxops/MY_REPO:${TRAVIS_TAG}
	docker push edxops/MY_REPO:${TRAVIS_TAG}
fi

docker push edxops/MY_REPO:latest


Login to docker hub with your regular account and add your docker image repo to the automation team in the appropriate org (either edxops or openedx)

Login to docker hub ad the edxbuilder user and create a new API key for your repo and encrypt it as follows.

Add --pro to travis encrypt command if using a private repo

$ travis encrypt --add env.global
Reading from stdin, press Ctrl+D when done
DOCKER_PASSWORD=PASTE_API_KEY_HERE
$


Set the DOCKER_USERNAME variable in .travis.yml to edxbuilder

Your .travis.yml file should look like this.

$ cat .travis.yml
services:
- docker
sudo: required
script:
- make docker_build docker_tag
env:
  matrix:
  - DOCKER_USERNAME=edxbuilder
  global:
  - secure: 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
  - secure: 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
deploy:
  provider: script
  script: make docker_push
  on:
    branch: master


Your Makefile might look something like the following. The important bit is the docker_auth step.

$ cat Makefile   
.PHONY: docker_build docker_tag docker_auth docker_push
.DEFAULT_GOAL := docker_tag

docker_build:
        docker build . -f Dockerfile -t edxops/ecr-cred-helper

docker_tag: docker_build
        docker tag edxops/ecr-cred-helper edxops/ecr-cred-helper:$$TRAVIS_TAG
        docker tag edxops/ecr-cred-helper edxops/ecr-cred-helper:$$TRAVIS_COMMIT

docker_auth:
        echo "$$DOCKER_PASSWORD" | docker login -u "$$DOCKER_USERNAME" --password-stdin

docker_push: docker_tag docker_auth ## push to docker hub
        docker push 'edxops/ecr-cred-helper:latest'
        docker push "edxops/ecr-cred-helper:$$TRAVIS_COMMIT"
        docker push "edxops/ecr-cred-helper:$$TRAVIS_TAG"


See https://github.com/edx/ecr-cred-helper/pull/1/files as an example




If you need help configuring it for multiple providers look at the syntax here:
https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/deployment#deploying-to-multiple-providers

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