1. Set Up a Blueprints Repository
Blueprint files, application files, scripts and additional assets, such as configuration and health check scripts, compose the Blueprints Respository that associate to your space.
To learn how to set up your blueprints repository, see Setting up a Blueprints Repository.
2. Develop your blueprint.yaml
The blueprint.yaml file defines a set of applications, their dependencies the required infrastructure and input parameters.
To learn how to create your blueprint, see The blueprint.yaml File.
3. Add the Blueprint to your Space
Once you've tested the blueprint.yaml and decided that it's ready, add it to your space by committing it to the Blueprint Repository’s master branch.
To learn how to make sure blueprints are automatically added to your space, see Adding a Blueprint to your Space.
To learn how to publish a blueprint to the space's self-service blueprints catalog, see Publishing Blueprints to the Blueprints Catalog.