The buildpack will install a Zenaton Agent inside your dynos, allowing your application to run tasks and workflows. You will also be able to use your dynos as Zenaton workers.
To add the buildpack to your project, as well as the required environment variables, use the following commands:
cd <HEROKU_PROJECT_ROOT_FOLDER> ## If this is a new Heroku project heroku create # Add the appropriate language-specific buildpack heroku buildpacks:add heroku/nodejs # Add Zenaton buildpack and set your Zenaton credentials heroku buildpacks:add --index 1 zenaton/heroku-buildpack-zenaton heroku config:set ZENATON_APP_ID=<ZENATON_APP_ID> heroku config:set ZENATON_API_TOKEN=<ZENATON_API_TOKEN> heroku config:set ZENATON_APP_ENV=production # Deploy to Heroku git push heroku master
Replace <ZENATON_APP_ID> and <ZENATON_API_TOKEN> with your Zenaton credentials.
If you want to use some dynos to perform the execution of workflows and tasks, you have to configure a new dyno type in your Procfile which will start the Zenaton Agent, listen to an environment, and display logs in the output so you can easily view it:
# Procfile web: node index.js worker: zenaton start && zenaton listen --boot YOUR_BOOT_FILE && tail -f zenaton.*
Keeping the dyno alive
The tail command here also maintains the dyno alive. Because the worker is working in background, without the tail command Heroku will think the dyno crashed.
Copy the snippet above into CLI.