Deployment Dependencies

squashlabs, June 11, 2019

Squash supports linking apps/microservices from multiple code repositories. This facilitates the deployment of complex apps with multiple microservices living in separate repositories. You can use this feature with repositories using Docker/docker-compose, and also for repos without Docker. Squash also makes it easy to automatically link matching branches between dependencies. For instance, you may define a

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Automated Checks

squashlabs, May 10, 2019

Squash can automatically start new deployments based on each commit and act similar to a Continuous Integration (CI) system. This gives you the power to check if a Squash build is successful and returning a success response for a given commit. You may also automatically run specific commands against the Squash deployment such as running

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Persistent Storage

squashlabs, April 12, 2019

You can enable the persistent storage feature when you need to keep your data intact between deployment restarts. This feature comes with a few important details: Squash automatically skips the application build process when persistent storage is enabled. This is to avoid re-creating the containers and potentially erasing your data. Because the application build process

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