You can configure Spinnaker to use Travis CI as your Continuous Integration system, trigger pipelines with Travis, or add a Travis stage to a pipeline.
You need a Travis user with an API access token so that you get only the repos you should see.
That user needs adequate access in GitHub to trigger builds.
Add your Travis CI master
Enable Travis CI:
hal config ci travis enable
If you’re using Spinnaker 1.19 or earlier, enable the Travis stage by adding the following to your Deck custom profile:
window.spinnakerSettings.feature.travis = true;
Add a Travis CI master named my-travis-master (or any arbitrary human-readable name):
hal config ci travis master add my-travis-master \ --address https://api.travis-ci.org \ --base-url https://travis-ci.org \ --github-token <token> \ # The GitHub token to authenticate to Travis --number-of-jobs # How many jobs the integration should fetch each # time the poller runs. Set this higher than the max # you expect during polling interval. # Defaults to 100.