Introducing Juju Resources

Jorge O. Castro

Jorge O. Castro

on 15 February 2016

Tags: Juju

The Juju team have been working hard on a new feature coming up in Juju 2.0 called “Juju Resources”, and we’re now at a point where we can share the goodness and call for bugs/feedback! As noted in the video linked below, the feature isn’t quite complete, so expect some rough edges, and for some of the CLI details to shift just a bit.

This has landed in master, but if you don’t feel like compiling you can install the devel PPA. Then, on ~Feb. 18th 2.0-beta1 will drop and you’ll be able to play around with everything we’ve highlighted!

Thanks to Katherine Cox-Buday, Eric Snow, and Nate Finch for bringing us this much requested feature!

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