Updated: Apr 14, 2021

Deploying and managing your environments is easier than ever; with EaaS, you can now "Bring Your Own Terraform" and run your infrastructure in self-service.



Deploying terraform with EaaS is effortless and fast. No need for CLI, HCL, syntax or prepare .tfvars files. Upload your Terraform .zip to EaaS and get our UI for all the available variables. Just click Deploy and EaaS will do the rest.

When the deployment is done, EaaS presents the environment Artifacts, and transforms your Terraform output to a human-readable format, and displays it in the UI.

EaaS supports various Terraform variable types such as string, number, boolean, list of strings, objects, lists of objects, map, etc.

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Updated: Jan 19, 2021

Protect your mission-critical environment operations, define which command requires approval, and grant your team's permissions.

KENV EaaS allows you to flexibly configure who can trigger execution, and who can approve it. You can set permissions to groups, users, or define global permissions for everyone.

What does the Approvals Count mean here? If you defined that a group can approve, it means that X persons related to this group should give approval. If at least one person declines it - it will be declined.

Manage all the approval requests across the system in one place.

Or review pending approvals per environment

Just “Take Action”, review all the command request details and decide the fate of the environment.

Does your infrastructure change in seconds? Once your approval is required - you will get an email notification immediately. So the time between approval request and actual command execution can be reduced to seconds. Also, all the involved persons will get email notifications for each approval request for the lifecycle flow.

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KENV continues to innovate and make environments easy to deploy, manage, and save on Cloud costs. With this new service in EaaS, you could now review environments' activities during their lifecycle, from environment creation to environment removal.

With the Environment History Service, you can view when a specific action was triggered and which user did it. It includes all the historical information and audits to improve your organization's governance.

Features and capabilities:

- Environment creation and removal

- All the triggered command and phases statuses changes, including detailed information of command execution parameters

- Environment renaming

- Scheduled tasks action (adding, editing, removal)

- Permission changes, including details

- Collections events tracking

You can search Environment History by actions names, details, and user names which can be filtered by a specific date range.

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