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DEPRECATED - Ember.js dashboard for the Aptible PaaS

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Aptible's customer dashboard (aka Diesel). It allows users to manage organizations, access controls, and ops.

The NPM package and internal project name for this Ember app is diesel.


You will need the following things properly installed on your computer.


  • git clone <repository-url> this repository
  • change into the new directory
  • brew install watchman
  • npm install -g ember-cli
  • npm install
  • bower install

Running / Development

  • ember server

  • Visit localhost:4200

By default, the api.aptible.com and auth.aptible.com servers will be used as data sources. For use with Dashboard they should be given the .env values of:


Code Generators

Make use of the many generators for code, try ember help generate for more details

Running Tests

  • ember test
  • ember test --server


  • ember build (development)
  • ember build --environment production (production)


Custom website

An addon is used to create new websites on top of S3 bucket with website hosting, CloudFront, and Route53 via a CloudFormation template.

To create a new website use the following command:

ember create-website --domain=aptible-sandbox.com --subdomain-suffix=rwjblue

To build and deploy to this newly created bucket, use the following command:

DOMAIN=aptible-sandbox.com SUBDOMAIN_SUFFIX=rwjblue ember deploy -e sandbox

Using the arguments from the above example, the Ember app would then be accessible at https://dashboard-rwjblue.aptible-sandbox.com, and would reference Auth, API, and Billing endoints also suffixed with "-rwjblue", i.e.:

  • https://auth-rwjblue.aptible-sandbox.com
  • https://api-rwjblue.aptible-sandbox.com
  • https://billing-rwjblue.aptible-sandbox.com

If, instead, you wish to deploy a "suffixed" Dashboard but point at the non-suffixed Auth/API/Billing, you could run:

DOMAIN=aptible-sandbox.com S3_BUCKET=dashboard-rwjblue.aptible-sandbox.com ember deploy -e sandbox

Continuous Deployment

The master branch of this repo is deployed to dashboard.aptible-staging.com upon a successful build.

The release branch of this repo is deployed to dashboard.aptible.com upon a successful build.

Production Release

To trigger CI to deploy a new version to production, run the following command:

ember release

This does the following steps automatically:

  • Update package.json version
  • Commit the package.json changes
  • Tag the next version. This automatically selects a patch level version bump. To bump the minor version you can run ember release --minor (same with major).
  • Push tag and package.json changes to master.
  • Push master to release (this triggers CI to do a production deployment).

Deploying via CI

This repo contains a .travis.yml file that will automatically deploy the application to staging/production. To do this, our AWS credentials are encrypted and stored on Travis. To update these credentials, run the following command (inserting the credential values):

travis encrypt -r aptible/dashboard.aptible.com --add env AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=... AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=...

The .travis.yml file will be updated with a new value for env.secure. Commit and push this file.

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