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Version: 1.7.0

Deploy projects

The monaco tool can deploy a configuration or a set of configurations in the form of project(s). A project is a folder containing files that define the configurations to be deployed to a environment or a group of environments. This is done by passing the --project flag (or -p for short).

Running the tool#

Below you find a few samples on how to run the tool to deploy your configurations:

shell
monaco -e=environments.yaml (deploy all projects in the current folder to all environments)
monaco -e=environments.yaml -p="project" projects-root-folder (deploy projects-root-folder/project and any projects in projects-root-folder it depends on to all environments)
monaco -e=environments.yaml -p="projectA, projectB" projects-root-folder (deploy projects-root-folder/projectA, projectB and dependencies to all environments)
monaco -e=environments.yaml -se dev (deploy all projects in the current folder to the "dev" environment defined in environments.yaml)

If project contains additional sub-projects, then all projects are deployed recursively. If project depends on different projects under the same root, those are also deployed.

Multiple projects can be specified by -p="projectA, projectB, projectC/subproject".

To deploy the configuration, monaco needs a valid API Token(s) for the each environment. These are defined as environment variables; you can define the name of that env var in the environments file that is specified as an argument to the -e option.

To deploy to a specific environment within an environments.yaml file, use the -specific-environment or -se flag:

Add metadatas to customize the sidebar label and position:

shell
monaco -e=environments.yaml -se=my-environment -p="my-environment" cluster