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Environment

An environment Blueprint represents any type of environment. It can be either production / staging / QA / integration etc. In this template, an environment is identified by the k8s namespace.

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{ "identifier": "environment", "title": "Environment", "icon": "Cluster", "schema": { "properties": { "type": { "type": "string", "title": "Environment type", "enum": [ "Integration", "Production", "Staging", "Security", "QA" ] }, "namespace": { "type": "string", "title": "k8s namespace" }, "nightly_shutdown": { "title": "Nightly Shutdown?", "type": "boolean", "description": "Does the Environment auto shuts down at night" }, "morning_startup": { "title": "Morning Startup?", "type": "boolean", "description": "Does the Environment auto starts in the morning" }, "istio-enabled": { "title": "Istio Mesh?", "type": "boolean", "description": "Determines if Istio sidecar injection enabled" } }, "required": [] }, "mirrorProperties": {}, "formulaProperties": { "slack-notifications": { "title": "Slack Notifications", "formula": "https://slack.com/{{$identifier}}" }, "k8s-dashboard-url": { "title": "k8s dashboard", "formula": "https://k8s.com/{{$identifier}}" } }, "relations": {} }

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This Blueprint represents all DevOps tools. That way, developers will have one place where they can find all the relevant DevOps tools in their organization.

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Development environments with TTL allow developers to develop, debug or test features in a clean environment that will be safely deleted after a set time frame. The termination of the environment prevents invisible cloud costs and orphaned infrastructure.

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Lock Deployments to Production

Locking deployments comes in handy when you want to ensure no changes will be made to a deployment at a critical time. In addition, it enables a developer to work and validate a new feature without the risk of other developers stepping on his toes.

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