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Inject Files to a Container

You can inject files into a container using S3 storages by following the steps below.
What you'll need:
  • An S3 API compatible storage available

Add your storage to the platform

Step 1: Navigate to Storage on the platform and click the Add button at the top right corner.
Step 2: Enter the following information to their respective fields:
  • Name
  • Your storage's URL
  • Access key
  • Secret key
Step 3: Click Save.

Add a bucket in your storage to a container

Step 1: Navigate to your projects and select the project that has the container you'd like to inject files to.
When the container is under a versioned project version's, there's an extra step you'll need to take by selecting the version you desire to deploy.
Step 2: Click on the gear icon on the right side of the container.
Step 3: If it's turned off, turn on the Storage filter in the sub filters.
Step 4: Select the storage you'd like to inject files from, and enter the bucket path.
You can specify a folder within a bucket, too. (Example: "bucket/folder/sub-folder")
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