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Manage Packages

Now that you have understood how Projects work, we can start adding packages.

Learn more about Packages.

Create a Package

For organisations on Platform plan, have only one default Project. Navigate to the left menu, and click on Packages within the Application section.

All Packages Package

To create a Package:

  1. Click on + Add package.
  2. Give your new package a display name.
  3. Click on Create.

For organisations, upgraded to Scale plan, choose the Project from the drop down and add packages.

All Projects Dashboard

  1. Select the specific Project (e.g. Blockchain) you would like to add the package to.
  2. As you click on the Project, you will see the Packages page on the left navigation.
  3. Go to the All Packages page
  4. Click on + Add Package.
  5. Give your new package a display name.
  6. Click on Create.

The Package details page will now display for the package. This page allows the user to configure applications with one of more container(s) and define network policies such as traffic routing rules and storage requests.


You can also create a package from the Project Overview.

Package Details Page

Each package has a dedicated page that contains all the information required to edit and configure the package.

Package Details Page

Update a Package

When needed, you can also update packages to ensure they are up-to-date. On the package details page,

  1. Click on Edit to make changes to the package name.
  2. Once the changes are done, click on Update to save changes.

Package Details Page

Delete a Package

When you no longer need a Package you can remove it from the project.

  1. Navigate to the Project page.
  2. Select the package you want to delete.
  3. Now you are on the Package details page, Click on Edit to make changes.
  4. Now select Delete and confirm to delete the Package.

In the next sections we will walk through how to configure an application with container(s) and define placement rules, network policy and storage requests in a package.