Using Built-in Resourcely Blueprints

Create and manage secure-by-default cloud infrastructure templates

Resourcely allows you to create infrastructure from secure-by-default templates. You can see all blueprints available to you by clicking on the Blueprints tab in Resourcely's navigation menu. You can press the Create a blueprint button to begin the process of creating one.

Those with the Resourcely Developer role will only see the Blueprints that a Resourcely Admin role has configured

Resourcely provides a catalog with a wide set of available blueprints which can be further configured. In order to select a blueprint from our catalog you must choose the Select a Resourcely Blueprint option and then press the Continue button.

You must then determine what type of resource you would like to create, highlight it, and then click on the Continue button. You can sort by Provider, Category, and Keyword, as well as Search for an available blueprint.

In the next screen, you can remove guardrails. The appropriate guardrails enabled in your instances are added by default. After determining what guardrails you would like to maintain, press the Continue button.

Now you must configure the fields used to collect information from developers. To the right, you will see the fields inherited from your Global Context. These fields can be removed as needed.

To the left, you can see the fields configured by guardrails. You can press the lock icon in order to disable a particular guardrail.

Changes to guardrails will require approval from the guardrails owner(s)

You can also collect additional context from developers by adding a context question with custom fields. Once you have configured your required fields, press the Continue button to proceed.

Now you can configure the metadata for the Blueprint which determines how it will look within the main Blueprint screen that developers can use to provision infrastructure. The added information should be as descriptive as possible. Then press the Continue button to proceed.

In the next section, you can review and confirm that the Blueprint you are creating meets your requirements. Press the Publish Blueprint button to add the blueprint to your namespace.

After reviewing and confirming the blueprint, it will become available in the main Blueprint section that developers can select from.

Once a blueprint is available you can use it to provision infrastructure using CI/CD. To learn more about provisioning infrastructure from a blueprint, see the guide below:

pageProvisioning Infrastructure

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