Creates a new App in the CloudCaptain Console.
Displays information about an App for a specific Environment.
Configures an App for a specific Environment.
Fuses a Payload together with the Components it requires into an Image.
If no Payload is specified, CloudCaptain will search for a suitable one in the current directory.
Lists the Images present on your machine or in the CloudCaptain Vault.
Pushes this Image to the CloudCaptain Vault.
If you have reached the maximum number of images for your plan, CloudCaptain will automatically purge the least recently used ones from the vault to make room.
Convert this Image from the CloudCaptain Vault into an AWS AMI.
Pulls this Image from the CloudCaptain Vault.
Removes this Image from your machine or the CloudCaptain Vault.
Runs one or more Instances of this Image in the specified Environment (on your machine or on AWS).
All necessary resources (Elastic IPs, ELBs, Security Groups, Auto-Scaling Groups, Databases, ...) will be provisioned automatically if they don't already exist. Already running applications will be updated with zero-downtime blue/green deployments.
Scales an App to the specified capacity in a certain environment
Lists the running Instances on either your machine or AWS
Gracefully kill all Instances of an App in the specified Environment.
Opens a web browser pointing at the https or http port of an Instance running either on your machine or on AWS.
-db to open a database connection instead.
Display the console logs of an Instance running either on your machine or on AWS.
Destroys an App in the CloudCaptain Console. This will kill all current deployments of this app in all environments, remove all its images from the CloudCaptain Vault, and destroy the app in the CloudCaptain Console.
Lists all versions of a specific Component available in the CloudCaptain Inventory.