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Configuration

Studio gets provisioned by Helm, which uses a single YAML file for configuration, often referred to as values.yaml in our documentation.

To learn more about Helm's configuration format, refer to the page Values Files on the Helm website.

Updating the configuration

If you've deployed Studio with the AMI, you'll need to SSH to the EC2 instance before continuing.

To update the configuration and apply the changes, follow the instructions below:

  1. Update Studio's values.yaml config file

Example: Updating the hostname

Merge the existing values.yaml file with the following contents:

global:
  host: studio.company2.com
  1. Reload Studio
$ helm upgrade --wait studio iterative/studio --namespace studio -f values.yaml

More configuration options

The previous chapter provided a basic example of updating the Studio configuration. In most cases, you'll likely need to do more configuration to set up Studio to your needs.

To integrate Studio with your Git forge (GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket), see the Git Forges section.

To allow secure access to Studio, we highly recommend setting up a valid TLS certificate. To set this up, check out the TLS certificates page.

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