Configure instance configuration for your server groups.
Configure Everything Else
You’ve installed and configured Spinnaker , but there are still a few other things to set up:
- Configure your image bakery
- Enable security (auth/auth) for your Spinnaker installation
- Set up continuous integration
- Enable monitoring
- And there are a couple of extra features that you can enable
Artifacts are remote, deployable resources in Spinnaker.
Spinnaker includes Hashicorp’s Packer as a default image bakery.
Spinnaker has multiple options for both authentication and authorization
You can configure Spinnaker to automatically perform actions based on certain triggers.
In addition to the UI and API, you can use the spin CLI to manage applications and pipelines
Spinnaker can listen to events and collect artifacts produced by external Continuous Integration (CI) systems.
Spinnaker supports custom log configuration including structured logging.
Each Spinnaker microservice is instrumented with numerous metrics exposed via a built in endpoint.
Set up Automated Canary Analysis to perform Canary deployments with Spinnaker.
Configure additional features like notifications, user data, Slack support.
Clouddriver can load and store accounts in a database for dynamic account management.
You can manage some Spinnaker configurations externally, which allows you to load them dynamically.