This documentation set explains how to make a StackPack that can be installed as multiple instances in StackState. Below you can find the introduction to this topic and the steps to get a multi-instance StackPack. This
StackPacks can be developed to support multiple instances of the same StackPack. This approach is useful in situations when there is a need to monitor more than one environment within the same technology. Multi-instance support can be achieved by splitting template files of your StackPack and tweaking the provisioning script in a way that supports multiple instances by keeping information that is shared between StackPacks separated from the instance-specific template.
Multi-instance StackPack package looks a little different from a standard StackPack, as there are more than one template files:
<your-stackpack>├── provisioning│ ├── icons│ | └── icon.png│ ├── scripts│ │ └── ExampleProvision.groovy│ └── templates│ ├── instance template.json.handlebar│ ├── shared template.json.handlebar│ └── application template.json.handlebar├── resources│ ├── logo.png│ └── overview.md└── stackpack.conf
Steps to get a multi-instance StackPack: