Schedule Pipelines within Service Blueprints
Scheduled Pipelines Section (
Instead of having Service Pipeline that always run, the user can have the pipelines to run on a schedule basis.
Here is a sample blueprint with scheduled pipeline definitions. It has the following scheduled pipeline definitions:
sample-scheduled-pipeline-1: Executes once a day at a certain time
sample-scheduled-pipeline-3: Executes every 30 minutes
sample-scheduled-pipeline-3: Incorrect schedule
Scheduled Pipeline parameters:
name: Name of the Pipeline
label: Label for the Pipeline
version: Version of the pipeline to use.
*implies any latest version of the pipeline.
site_type: Valid values are
name. If set to
regex, the site parameter is interpreted as a regular expression. If set to
name, the site parameter is interpreted as an exact name of the site. Default is
site: Either name of pattern identifying the Site for the RDA Worker(s). RDAF uses prefix
cfx-for all workers hosted in cfxCloud.
cron_expression: Cron schedule expression. You can use
https://crontab.guru/to come up with cron expression.
max_execution_mins: Optional field. This can be used to evict the scheduled pipeline that runs longer than expected.
Understanding scheduled pipeline within service blueprint details dashboard
When you drill down into Details of the blueprint, it would look something like this:
- Audit Report: Shows list of audit checks performed and their status. If any of the scheduled pipelines has an invalid cron expression, it will show up as a warning. Refer to the picture above.
This tab shows current status of all
scheduled pipelinesin the blueprint. The screenshot below shows the scheduled pipeline information, related jobs etc..