Features

Multi-repository applications

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squashlabs, December 2, 2019

Squash supports applications made of several microservices defined within separate repositories. There are currently three ways to get such apps running in Squash: Using the deployment dependencies feature. Squash creates a unique VM for each independent repository and attach them all together through environment variables. This requires very little setup. You may also share one

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Non-HTTP based deployments

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squashlabs, August 30, 2019

Squash supports launching service based deployments without an HTTP end point. This is helpful if you want to spin up a read-only database or any services that you want to share with one or more feature deployments. This is currently only supported within the Squash YAML file. How it works First you need to define

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Kubernetes

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squashlabs, July 22, 2019

Squash has native support for Kubernetes (k8s). Currently this option is only available through the Squash YAML file. In order to get started you need to add the deployment_type: kubernetes field in the Squash YAML file, for all applications that are Kubernetes based. Then use our Kubernetes specific YAML file fields to customize your applications

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