# Introduction

The application tab will provide insight about couple elements of your project:

  1. Is auto start/stop enabled? (Environments)
  2. What you have installed? (Service Catalog)
  3. Which version is it running? (Technologies)

On this section you'll be able not only to have a summary on what has been setup, but also to configure automatically start and stop for one or all of your environments.


# Start and stop environments

To enable automatic start and stop on an environment, click on the 'Configure' button previously shown in the introduction.

You will be able to either configure the start & stop, with frequency and time selection, or you will be able to insert directly a cron format - by clicking on the 'Cron' tab. Create start stop

Once the configuration seems valid to you, click on save. What it did, is create a specific pipeline that took the schedule into account; you can also access it on the pipeline tab, whether to see the status or manually trigger it:

Configured start stop

# Service Catalog

The service catalog is the stack that has been installed from the Catalog Repositories - whether it is a public or private one. It provides very basic information on the name, the function, the author, etc.

Service catalog

# Technologies

This is a simple gathering of what the stack has defined inside. It has been written with certain versions of softwares (OS, services, AWS services, etc), and tries to sum-up all the interesting one there.