An overview of the various sections of the Replicated YAML.
The Replicated YAML section `properties` allows several high level items to be defined.
The `config` section of the Replicated YAML creates a dynamic settings page that customers can use to configure their instance.
Test Procs enable customers to easily test the validity of the unsaved configuration parameters they're entering during installation.
The `components` section of the Replicated YAML defines how the containers will be created and started.
The `events` section of the Replicated YAML allows application vendors to sequence and orchestrate containers based on events from other containers.
An implementation guide for using the Replicated built in clustering functionality.
The `cmds` section of the Replicated YAML allows you to leverage the power of external commands within your application configuration.
The dynamic configuration management functionality available throughout the Replicated YAML.
Implementation guide for application vendors to provide customers with aliased CLI commands that can be performed in the containers across a cluster.
Installed instances can generate a support bundle with relevant logs and instance information.
A guide to implementing the Preflight Checks feature to analyze customer systems to determine if the environment meets the minimum requirements for installation or update.
A guide to implementing the Custom Preflight Checks feature to analyze customer systems to determine if the environment meets the minimum requirements for installation or update.
Guide to enabling application snapshots for backup and restore functionality.
Enabling LDAP and AD user auth and sync in an application through Replicated.
Packaging a Kubernetes application in Replicated
Packaging a Docker Swarm application in Replicated