configure command allows you to create a network or parts of larger network using simple YAML format.
$ syntropynac configure --help Usage: syntropynac configure [OPTIONS] CONFIG Configure connections using a configuration YAML/JSON file. Example YAML file: name: test-network state: present topology: P2M connections: gateway-endpoint: state: present type: endpoint services: - postgres - redis connect_to: endpoint-1: type: endpoint services: - app endpoint2: state: present type: endpoint services: - app Options: --dry-run Perform a dry run without configuring anything. -j, --json Imports configuration from JSON instead of YAML. --help Show this message and exit.
This command updates the network with the provided information contained inside the YAML file. Only explicitly provided endpoints and connections are affected.
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