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@architect-io/dependency-manager

Command line interface for running Architect services locally

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Self-service cloud environments for everyone. Achieve deployment, networking, and security automation all at once with Architect.


Architect is the world's first DevOps-as-a-Service toolset designed to help democratize environment provisioning for engineers. With Architect, anyone can deploy any service, anywhere, for any reason with the push of a button.

Our unique approach to continuous delivery is powered by an embedded dependency resolver. By simply asserting your microservice dependenies, Architect is able to build a graph of your application and deploy the entire stack to your favorite cloud provider.

Architect's CLI, which provides the full developer experience needed to create components and operate local environments, is fully open-source. The CLI can deploy components locally using docker-compose, enrich the deployments with components found in Architect's Cloud registry, and allows developers to publish their own components to the registry both publicly and privately for free.

Requirements

Usage

$ npm install -g @architect-io/cli
$ architect COMMAND
running command...
$ architect (--version)
@architect-io/cli/1.33.0-rc.3 linux-x64 node-v16.19.0
$ architect --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ architect COMMAND
...

Commands

architect autocomplete [SHELL]

display autocomplete installation instructions

USAGE
  $ architect autocomplete [SHELL] [-r]

ARGUMENTS
  SHELL  shell type

FLAGS
  -r, --refresh-cache  Refresh cache (ignores displaying instructions)

DESCRIPTION
  display autocomplete installation instructions

EXAMPLES
  $ architect autocomplete

  $ architect autocomplete bash

  $ architect autocomplete zsh

  $ architect autocomplete --refresh-cache

See code: @oclif/plugin-autocomplete

architect components:versions [COMPONENT_NAME]

Search component versions of a particular component

USAGE
  $ architect components:versions [COMPONENT_NAME] [-a <value>]

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>  Architect account

DESCRIPTION
  Search component versions of a particular component

ALIASES
  $ architect component:versions
  $ architect component:version

EXAMPLES
  $ architect component:versions mycomponent

  $ architect component:versions --account=myaccount mycomponent

See code: src/commands/components/versions.ts

architect config:get OPTION

Get the value of a CLI config option

USAGE
  $ architect config:get [OPTION]

ARGUMENTS
  OPTION  Name of a config option

DESCRIPTION
  Get the value of a CLI config option

EXAMPLES
  $ architect config:get log_level

See code: src/commands/config/get.ts

architect config:set OPTION VALUE

Set a new value for a CLI configuration option

USAGE
  $ architect config:set [OPTION] [VALUE]

ARGUMENTS
  OPTION  Name of a config option
  VALUE   New value to assign to a config option

DESCRIPTION
  Set a new value for a CLI configuration option

EXAMPLES
  $ architect config:set log_level info

See code: src/commands/config/set.ts

architect config:view

View all the CLI configuration settings

USAGE
  $ architect config:view

DESCRIPTION
  View all the CLI configuration settings

ALIASES
  $ architect config

EXAMPLES
  $ architect config

See code: src/commands/config/view.ts

architect deploy [CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS]

Create a deploy job on Architect Cloud

USAGE
  $ architect deploy [CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS] [--auto-approve <value> | -o <value> | ] [-a <value>] [-e
    <value>] [--production <value> ] [-d <value> ] [--secret-file <value>] [-s <value>] [--deletion-protection <value> |
    ] [-r <value>] [--browser <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS  Path to an architect.yml file or component `component:latest`. Multiple components are
                         accepted.

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>          Architect account
  -d, --detached=<value>         Run in detached mode
  -e, --environment=<value>      Architect environment
  -o, --compose-file=<value>     Path where the compose file should be written to
  -r, --recursive=<value>        [default: true] [default: true] Toggle to automatically deploy all dependencies
  -s, --secret=<value>...        [default: ] An individual secret key and value in the form SECRET_KEY=SECRET_VALUE
  --auto-approve=<value>         Automatically approve the deployment without a review step. Used for debugging and CI
                                 flows.
  --browser=<value>              [default: true] [default: true] Automatically open urls in the browser for local
                                 deployments
  --deletion-protection=<value>  [default: true] [default: true] Toggle for deletion protection on deployments
  --production=<value>           Please use --environment.
  --secret-file=<value>...       [default: ] Path of secrets file

DESCRIPTION
  Create a deploy job on Architect Cloud

EXAMPLES
  $ architect deploy mycomponent:latest

  $ architect deploy ./myfolder/architect.yml --secret-file=./mysecrets.yml --environment=myenvironment --account=myaccount --auto-approve

See code: src/commands/deploy.ts

architect destroy

Destroy components from an environment

USAGE
  $ architect destroy [--auto-approve <value> |  | ] [-a <value>] [-e <value>] [-c <value>]

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>        Architect account
  -c, --components=<value>...  Component(s) to destroy
  -e, --environment=<value>    Architect environment
  --auto-approve=<value>       Automatically approve the deployment without a review step. Used for debugging and CI
                               flows.

DESCRIPTION
  Destroy components from an environment

EXAMPLES
  $ architect destroy --account=myaccount --auto-approve

  $ architect destroy --account=myaccount --environment=myenvironment --auto-approve

See code: src/commands/destroy.ts

architect dev [CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS]

Run your stack locally

USAGE
  $ architect dev [CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS] [-a <value>] [-o <value> | -e <value>] [--secret-file <value>]
    [-s <value>] [-r <value>] [--browser <value>] [--port <value>] [-d <value>] [--debug <value>] [--arg <value>] [--ssl
    <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  CONFIGS_OR_COMPONENTS  Path to an architect.yml file or component `component:latest`. Multiple components are
                         accepted.

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>       Architect account
  -d, --detached=<value>      Run in detached mode
  -e, --environment=<value>   Architect environment
  -o, --compose-file=<value>  Path where the compose file should be written to
  -r, --recursive=<value>     [default: true] [default: true] Toggle to automatically deploy all dependencies
  -s, --secret=<value>...     [default: ] An individual secret key and value in the form SECRET_KEY=SECRET_VALUE
  --arg=<value>...            Build arg(s) to pass to docker build
  --browser=<value>           [default: true] [default: true] Automatically open urls in the browser for local
                              deployments
  --debug=<value>             [default: true] [default: true] Turn debug mode on (true) or off (false)
  --port=<value>              [default: 443] Port for the gateway
  --secret-file=<value>...    [default: ] Path of secrets file
  --ssl=<value>               [default: true] Use https for all ingresses

DESCRIPTION
  Run your stack locally

EXAMPLES
  $ architect dev ./mycomponent/architect.yml

  $ architect dev ./mycomponent/architect.yml -a myaccount --secrets-env=myenvironment

  $ architect dev --port=81 --browser=false --debug=true --secret-file=./mycomponent/mysecrets.yml ./mycomponent/architect.yml

See code: src/commands/dev/index.ts

architect dev:list

List all running dev instances.

USAGE
  $ architect dev:list [-f TABLE|table|JSON|json]

FLAGS
  -f, --format=<option>  [default: table] Format to output data in. Table or JSON
                         <options: TABLE|table|JSON|json>

DESCRIPTION
  List all running dev instances.

EXAMPLES
  $ architect dev:list

See code: src/commands/dev/list.ts

architect dev:stop [NAME]

Stop a local deployment

USAGE
  $ architect dev:stop [NAME]

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Name of local environment

DESCRIPTION
  Stop a local deployment

EXAMPLES
  $ architect dev:stop <local-environment-name>

See code: src/commands/dev/stop.ts

architect doctor

Get debugging information for troubleshooting

USAGE
  $ architect doctor

FLAGS
  -o, --output=<value>  Choose a file to output the debug information to

DESCRIPTION
  Get debugging information for troubleshooting

EXAMPLES
  $ architect doctor

  $ architect doctor -o ./myoutput.yml

See code: src/commands/doctor.ts

architect environments:create [ENVIRONMENT]

Register a new environment with Architect Cloud

USAGE
  $ architect environments:create [ENVIRONMENT] [-a <value>] [--cluster <value> | --platform <value>] [--description
    <value>] [--ttl <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  ENVIRONMENT  Name to give the environment

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>  Architect account
  --cluster=<value>      Architect cluster
  --description=<value>  Environment Description
  --platform=<value>     Architect cluster
  --ttl=<value>          The TTL of the environment in a duration of time, ex. 30d, 12h, or 30m

DESCRIPTION
  Register a new environment with Architect Cloud

ALIASES
  $ architect environment:create
  $ architect envs:create
  $ architect env:create

EXAMPLES
  environment:create --account=myaccount myenvironment

  environment:create --account=myaccount --ttl=5days --description="My new temporary Architect environment" myenvironment

See code: src/commands/environments/create.ts

architect environments:destroy [ENVIRONMENT]

Deregister an environment

USAGE
  $ architect environments:destroy [ENVIRONMENT] [-a <value>] [--auto-approve <value>] [-f <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  ENVIRONMENT  Name of the environment to deregister

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>   Architect account
  -f, --force=<value>     Force the deletion even if the environment is not empty
  --auto-approve=<value>  Automatically apply the changes

DESCRIPTION
  Deregister an environment

ALIASES
  $ architect environment:destroy
  $ architect envs:destroy
  $ architect env:destroy
  $ architect env:deregister
  $ architect environment:deregister

EXAMPLES
  $ architect environment:destroy --account=myaccount myenvironment

  $ architect environment:deregister --account=myaccount --auto-approve --force myenvironment

See code: src/commands/environments/destroy.ts

architect exec [RESOURCE] [FLAGS] -- [COMMAND]

Exec into service instances

USAGE
  $ architect exec [RESOURCE] [FLAGS] -- [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  RESOURCE  Name of resource

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>  Architect environment
  -i, --stdin=<value>        [default: true] Pass stdin to the container. Only works on remote deploys.
  -r, --replica=<value>      Pass replica by <service-name>:<replica-index> or <replica-index> if only 1 service is
                             deployed. Only works on remote deploys.
  -t, --tty=<value>          Stdin is a TTY. If the flag isn't supplied, tty or no-tty is automatically detected.

DESCRIPTION
  Exec into service instances

EXAMPLES
  $ architect exec -- ls

  $ architect exec -- /bin/sh

  $ architect exec --account myaccount --environment myenvironment mycomponent.services.app -- /bin/sh

  $ architect exec --account myaccount --environment myenvironment --replica servicename:0 -- /bin/sh

  $ architect exec --account myaccount --environment myenvironment --replica 0 -- /bin/sh

See code: src/commands/exec.ts

architect help [COMMAND]

Display help for architect.

USAGE
  $ architect help [COMMAND] [-n]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  Command to show help for.

FLAGS
  -n, --nested-commands  Include all nested commands in the output.

DESCRIPTION
  Display help for architect.

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

architect init [NAME]

Initialize an architect component from an existing docker-compose file or create a project from Architect starter projects.

USAGE
  $ architect init [NAME] [-o <value>] [-n <value>] [--from-compose <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  NAME  Name of your project

FLAGS
  -n, --name=<value>
  -o, --component-file=<value>  [default: architect.yml] Path where the component file should be written to
  --from-compose=<value>

DESCRIPTION
  Initialize an architect component from an existing docker-compose file or create a project from Architect starter
  projects.

EXAMPLES
  $ architect init

  $ architect init mycomponent-or-myproject

  $ architect init --from-compose=mycompose.yml --component-file=architect.yml

See code: src/commands/init.ts

Link a local component to the host to be used to power local deployments.

USAGE
  $ architect link [COMPONENTPATH]

ARGUMENTS
  COMPONENTPATH  [default: .] The path of the component to link

DESCRIPTION
  Link a local component to the host to be used to power local deployments.

EXAMPLES
  $ architect link

  $ architect link -p ./mycomponent/architect.yml

See code: src/commands/link/index.ts

List all linked components.

USAGE
  $ architect link:list

DESCRIPTION
  List all linked components.

EXAMPLES
  $ architect link:list

See code: src/commands/link/list.ts

architect login

Login to the Architect Cloud platform

USAGE
  $ architect login [-e <value>] [-p <value>]

FLAGS
  -e, --email=<value>     Email
  -p, --password=<value>  Password

DESCRIPTION
  Login to the Architect Cloud platform

EXAMPLES
  $ architect login

  $ architect login -e my-email-address@my-email-domain.com

See code: src/commands/login.ts

architect logout

Logout from the Architect registry

USAGE
  $ architect logout

DESCRIPTION
  Logout from the Architect registry

EXAMPLES
  $ architect logout

See code: src/commands/logout.ts

architect logs [RESOURCE]

Get logs from services both locally and remote

USAGE
  $ architect logs [RESOURCE] [-a <value>] [-e <value>] [-f <value>] [--since <value>] [--raw <value>]
    [--tail <value>] [--timestamps <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  RESOURCE  Name of resource

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>  Architect environment
  -f, --follow=<value>       Specify if the logs should be streamed.
  --raw=<value>              Show the raw output of the logs.
  --since=<value>            Only return logs newer than a relative duration like 5s, 2m, or 3h. Defaults to all logs.
                             Only one of since-time / since may be used.
  --tail=<value>             [default: -1] Lines of recent log file to display. Defaults to -1 with no selector, showing
                             all log lines otherwise 10, if a selector is provided.
  --timestamps=<value>       Include timestamps on each line in the log output.

DESCRIPTION
  Get logs from services both locally and remote

EXAMPLES
  $ architect logs

  $ architect logs --follow --raw --timestamps

See code: src/commands/logs.ts

architect register [COMPONENT]

Register a new Component with Architect Cloud. Multiple components are accepted. If multiple components are specified, the same command arg(s) and flag(s) will be applied to each component.

USAGE
  $ architect register [COMPONENT] [-a <value>] [--arg <value>] [-t <value> | ] [--architecture <value>]
    [--cache-directory <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  COMPONENT  Path to the component(s) to register

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -t, --tag=<value>          [default: latest] Tag to give to the new component
  --architecture=<value>...  [default: amd64] Architecture(s) to target for Docker image builds
  --arg=<value>...           Build arg(s) to pass to docker build
  --cache-directory=<value>  Directory to write build cache to. Do not use in Github Actions:
                             https://docs.architect.io/deployments/automated-previews/#caching-between-workflow-runs

DESCRIPTION
  Register a new Component with Architect Cloud. Multiple components are accepted. If multiple components are specified,
  the same command arg(s) and flag(s) will be applied to each component.

ALIASES
  $ architect component:register
  $ architect components:register
  $ architect c:register
  $ architect comp:register

EXAMPLES
  $ architect register

  $ architect register -t latest

  $ architect register -a myaccount -t latest ./architect.yml ../myothercomponent/architect.yml

  $ architect register -a myaccount -t latest --arg NODE_ENV=dev ./architect.yml

See code: src/commands/register.ts

architect scale [SERVICE]

Scale a service to a specified number of replicas.

USAGE
  $ architect scale [SERVICE] [-a <value>] [-e <value>] [--component <value>] [--tag <value>] [--replicas
    <value>] [--clear]

ARGUMENTS
  SERVICE  Name of service

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>  Architect environment
  --clear                    Use to clear scaling settings for the specified service in the specified environment
  --component=<value>        Name of the component with the service to scale
  --replicas=<value>         Number of desired service replicas
  --tag=<value>              Tag of the component to scale

DESCRIPTION
  Scale a service to a specified number of replicas.

EXAMPLES
  $ architect scale api --component my-component --replicas 4

  $ architect scale api --component my-component --clear

See code: src/commands/scale.ts

architect secrets:download SECRETS_FILE

Download secrets from an account or an environment

USAGE
  $ architect secrets:download [SECRETS_FILE] [-a <value>] [-e <value>] [--cluster <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  SECRETS_FILE  Secrets filename to download secrets

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>  Architect environment
  --cluster=<value>          Architect cluster

DESCRIPTION
  Download secrets from an account or an environment

ALIASES
  $ architect secrets
  $ architect secrets/get

EXAMPLES
  $ architect secrets --account=myaccount ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets --account=myaccount --cluster=mycluster ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets --account=myaccount --environment=myenvironment ./mysecrets.yml

See code: src/commands/secrets/download.ts

architect secrets:upload SECRETS_FILE

Upload secrets from a file to an account or an environment

USAGE
  $ architect secrets:upload [SECRETS_FILE] [-a <value>] [-e <value>] [--cluster <value>] [--override <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  SECRETS_FILE  Secrets file to be uploaded

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>      Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>  Architect environment
  --cluster=<value>          Architect cluster
  --override=<value>         Allow override of existing secrets

DESCRIPTION
  Upload secrets from a file to an account or an environment

ALIASES
  $ architect secrets:set

EXAMPLES
  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount --override ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount --cluster=mycluster ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount --cluster=mycluster --override ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount --environment=myenvironment ./mysecrets.yml

  $ architect secrets:set --account=myaccount --environment=myenvironment --override ./mysecrets.yml

See code: src/commands/secrets/upload.ts

architect task COMPONENT TASK

Execute a task in the given environment

USAGE
  $ architect task [COMPONENT] [TASK] [-l <value> | -a <value>] [-o <value> |  | -e <value>]

ARGUMENTS
  COMPONENT  The name of the component that contains the task to execute
  TASK       The name of the task to execute

FLAGS
  -a, --account=<value>       Architect account
  -e, --environment=<value>   Architect environment
  -l, --local=<value>         Deploy the stack locally instead of via Architect Cloud
  -o, --compose-file=<value>  Path where the compose file should be written to

DESCRIPTION
  Execute a task in the given environment

ALIASES
  $ architect task:exec

EXAMPLES
  $ architect task --account=myaccount --environment=myenvironment mycomponent:latest mytask

See code: src/commands/task.ts

Unlink a component from the host by path or name

USAGE
  $ architect unlink [COMPONENTPATHORNAME] [--all <value>]

FLAGS
  --all=<value>  Unlink all components registered locally

DESCRIPTION
  Unlink a component from the host by path or name

EXAMPLES
  $ architect unlink

  $ architect unlink -p ../architect.yml

  $ architect unlink -p mycomponent

See code: src/commands/unlink.ts

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