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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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 based on 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

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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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