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Creating Deployment Instances with Blackbird

Deploy and manage APIs seamlessly across various stages of the development lifecycle, enabling teams to iterate rapidly, scale, and monitor with ease.

Create a new Deployment

To create a new deployment, run the deployment create command with your Dockerfile and context provided as arguments. If you have an existing Mock associated with a given name, you'll be prompted to delete it before proceeding.

Note: At this time deployments can only accept traffic on port 80. Due to this limitation, your application must listen on this port.

You can also associate a deployment with an existing API by passing the --api-name or --spec-path flag.

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Deployment Status

To check the status of a running deployment, you can run the deployment status command.

Deployment Status with Application Logs

To check the status of a running deployment and see the application logs, you can run the deployment status command with the logs argument.

List Deployments

To list the running deployments, you can run the list command with the live deployment argument.