I am trying to delete my account but it's failing to delete the cloud account, Even though I don't have an active sandbox in the trail.
It asks me to end all sandboxes before deleting this account …
To help facilitate your development activities, we have added the option of referencing IaC assets from a specific branch, commit or tag. With this capability, you can work and develop on your local branch and test/debug.
Note: You can specify only one of the parameters in the grain.
For details, see Blueprint YAML…
Currently you need a token attached to a user to onboard a github repo to Torque. This can cause issues if the token is short lived, the user loses access or is is terminated. We are looking for an…Read more
Currently, when setting "Credentials" in the authentication section of the CloudFormation grain,
Its "Credentials" should set "Role Arn" as below.
However, from the viewpoint of usability, we thin…Read more
We are aligning all our terminology both in the UI and the blueprint to refer to "agent" instead of "execution_host" or "host".
The change in the blueprint is as follows:
agent: # previously : "host" name: eks-ohio inputs: my_agent: type: agent # previously "execution_host"
The old syntax will continue to…Read more
Providing enhanced security and control over cloud environment activity, Torque admins can now define account-level security policies that require the use of authorized resource types, instances, providers, and more. For details, see Security Policies.
Please fix the description of "AWS Allowed Resource Types" on the help page below.
@Tringga thank you so much for the feedback.
Updated as requested :)
We're happy to announce that Torque now enables tagging Google Cloud resources. This capability is provided out of the box with Torque, same as for AWS and Azure. Simply set up your tags and let Torque take care of the rest.
It is now possible to filter the Environments page by its user types, allowing you to quickly zero in on your environments. This is especially useful for highly active Torque accounts, where multiple users are simultaneously working on different environments in the same space.
To make it easier for your end users to understand how to use the environment and see its data, we've added an eye icon to the environment's page, allowing you to switch between the different display modes. The YAML and Grains views are great if you're a developer who wants to see the deployment architecture and deb…Read more