In addition to using the Ketch CLI or external providers to manage applications, you can also leverage a simplified Ketch definition that you can store in a YAML file.
Here is an application definition file example:
- key: value
|The name of the framework/namespace where Ketch should deploy the application.
|Your Docker image URL for deployment.
|The name of your application.
|Array of key value combinations that should be used by Ketch when creating the application.
|The name of buildpack builder. Default heroku/buildpacks:20. Only needed when deploying from source
You can use the command below in combination with your Ketch application definition file to have your application deployed:
ketch app deploy app.yaml
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