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Sandbox end-users can now choose to run specific sandboxes with no end time by selecting the Run Indefinitely checkbox on the sandbox’s launch screen. This applies to scenarios in which you want to deploy a sandbox that must be always online, or delivers a static cloud resource. For details, click h...
It is now possible to define (in the blueprint YAML) inputs that display a dropdown list of values when launching the sandbox, forcing the sandbox end-user to select from a controlled list of values. For details, click here.
It is now possible to define custom tags to be attached to cloud resources deployed within sandbox and production environments. This is useful for tracking and troubleshooting purposes, and for greater visibility into your cloud costs.The custom tags can be set on different levels, each propagating...
As space administrator, you can override the value defined for your space’s custom tags. This applies to custom tags that have the “space” scope.To override the custom tag’s value:Click Settings > Tags. The custom tags defined in the account and space scopes are displayed. Note that custom tags w...
As the Torque administrator, you can create and manage the custom tags that will be used in your Torque account’s sandbox and production environments.Creating a custom tagTo create a custom tag:Go to Administration > Tags. Click + Add Tag in the top right. The Create Tag dialog box is displayed....
As the blueprint designer, you can override the value defined for your blueprint’s custom tags. This applies to custom tags that have the “blueprint” scope.To override the custom tag’s value:Click Blueprints from the left pane. Click the blueprint’s more actions button and select Manage Tags. Clic...
All sandbox and production environment resources are tagged with Torque’s out-of-the-box tags. Torque uses several out-of-the-box system tags to provide you with activity and cost data. In addition, you can attach your own custom tags to your environments for your own uses, including monitoring and...
Torque’s CLI and GitHub Actions plugins are now linked from the Settings>Integrations page.
It is now possible to use GitHub Actions to automate sandbox lifecycle management. We currently provide the following workflows, which can be added as new custom workflows or as additions to existing ones:torque-start-sb-action: Starts a sandbox torque-end-sb-action: Ends a sandbox torque-validate-b...
Torque blueprints now support the capability to define outputs. These outputs are generated as part of the environment and can be used for testing. Any output parameter specified under the outputs section of the blueprint can be provided by the user, API or CI plugin when creating a sandbox from thi...
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