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Live Service in Env

We want to allow developers access to information regarding how a specific service version behaves in a particular environment. The “Live Service in Env” represents the runtime of this service@env.

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{ "identifier": "running-Service", "title": "Live Service in Env", "icon": "DeployedAt", "schema": { "properties": { "service": { "title": "Service", "type": "string", "description": "The running service" }, "environment": { "title": "Environment", "type": "string", "description": "The environment the service is running at", "enum": [ "Production", "Staging", "QA" ] }, "health": { "type": "string", "title": "Health", "enum": [ "Healthy", "Degraded", "Outage" ], "enumColors": { "Healthy": "green", "Degraded": "orange", "Outage": "red" }, "description": "Indicates the total score of the Service's current health score (Performance, Security, Compliance)" }, "cpu-limit": { "type": "number", "title": "CPU limit" }, "memory-limit": { "type": "number", "title": "Memory limit" }, "version": { "title": "Version", "type": "string", "description": "The deployed image tag" }, "locked": { "type": "boolean", "title": "Locked", "description": "Indicate if deploying is allow for microservice in a this environment", "default": false } }, "required": [] }, "mirrorProperties": {}, "formulaProperties": { "datadog": { "title": "Datadog", "formula": "https://datadog.com/{{$identifier}}" }, "sentry": { "title": "Sentry", "formula": "https://sentry.com/{{$identifier}}" } }, "relations": {} }

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