Welcome to Attini’s documentation¶
Attini is in beta testing so we do not guarantee backward compatibility at the moment.
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The Attini framework is a set of tools and design principles that will support “hands of deployments” of entire IT environments using Infrastructure as Code (IaC). Attini will help you package code and configuration files into immutable artifacts that can be distributed to different environment according to your organizations processes.
Hands of deployments
Immutable deployments cross environments
Advanced configuration support
Multi account and region support
No tight dependency to a central build server
Rollback management (if your software can handle it)
Attini only works on AWS and the Attini init deploy can only be built using AWS CloudFormation. The Attini Deployment Plan is built as a abstraction on AWS Step Functions and therefore supports all States and Service integrations in addition to the Attini native steps.
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Unless your organization have a support agreement with Attini, the support comes with no SLA or other guarantees but we will try to help as much as we can.
- Attini setup
- Installing and updating the CLI
- Attini quick start
- Create your first deployment plan
- Deployment plan
- Deployment plan types
- Deployment plan payload
- CloudFormation configuration
- Distribution configuration
- Attini init deploy
- Securing the framework
- Default roles
- Distribution file names
- Temporary storage
- Artifact life cycle
- Cross account CloudFormation deploy
- How should I model my distributions?
- GitOps with Attini
- Common issues
- How to?