Thanks pepe for your hard work! Can’t wait to upgrade and use these additional changes
well I can’t take credit for that, those are contributions from other companies like Lyft and such, which is cool
I still need to learn how to write tests to merge the github Teams PR
https://github.com/runatlantis/atlantis/releases/tag/v0.16.0 look up the merged PRs there is a lot of fixes and new features added
Description Feature release with some new flags and bugfixes. This release is thanks to our new Atlantis maintainer team: @chenrui333 @nishkrishnan @acastle @unRob @jamengual Features Allow conf…
and this is coming soon https://github.com/runatlantis/atlantis/pull/1317 OPA policy checks integration!!!!
This PR adds policy check workflow into atlantis. It uses conftest to execute policies. At the moment you can only define policies locally and configure them in the server side config. How it works…
One thing I’ve always been interested in is having multiple “levels” of infrastructure deployments. So if I create a new PR that has terraform/terragrunt modules for:
- A VPC
- A lambda function inside ^
- A load balancer that references ^ I’d like the CI service to tell me “There are three steps. First, let’s create the VPC…” and continue to apply the services one-by-one until everything is applied. Or if I later update the VPC module, I’d also expect to be walked through updating the VPC first, then the lambda, then the ALB.
It seems like none of the TACOS have this, is that correct?
Anyone running atlantis today might want to join us for #office-hours today
I’ll be sure to watch the recording
that means I have to join
what time is it going to be?
FYI - i am based in London
in 30 min
What did it miss? cc @jose.amengual
presentations from different vendors that have similar features to Atlantis
Is it possible to block gitlab PR merges until all plans have been applied? I saw a github issue saying that this should have been resolved by adding a separate status for
apply, but in our case the apply status doesn’t appear until an apply is attempted
Does anyone here run Atlantis on Fargate? If so, are you running on minimum cpu/memory, or higher? What configuration works best?
I run a pretty small task
In my org, we use Atlantis to do most of the Terraform planning and applying work. We use multiple atlantis. Some are used at min memory and some of the others have been bumped up to use 2048
Thanks. I think I’ll bump mine. Some plans take forever.
Yeah, I did notice that some of the plans took forever to run esp EKS stuff, takes longer to run.
We run atlantis in fargate as well. We’ve noticed sometimes things take forever and have yet to figure out why. We thought we were being throttled by AWS and opened a ticket and they said that wasn’t the case