The Editor allows you to create a workflow from scratch, or edit existing templates to suit your needs

  1. Workflow name: Every workflow needs to be assigned a name before it can be saved. Every template is named by default, but can be altered.

  2. Category: Set a category and sub-category for the workflow

  3. Priority and Severity: A higher priority workflow will be listed higher up in the Workflows page

  4. Explore nodes: A description of each node

  5. Pick a template: Choose from workflow blueprints

  6. Select a region: The AWS region for which the workflow is being created

  7. Select an AWS account: The AWS account you want that workflow to be associated with

  8. Stage/Deploy:- When a workflow is deployed, it will be triggered automatically according to the trigger node. This can be done only after the workflow is saved.

  9. Run Workflow: Execute the workflow immediately

  10. Save Workflow: Saved workflows show up in the Workflows page

  11. Trigger Node: Choose how the workflow gets triggered. It is the mandatory first node for every workflow.

  12. New Node: Add a new node

  13. Exit Editor: Navigate back to the dashboard

  14. Existing workflows: View all workflows created/adopted by you

  15. Validation: Shows whether the workflow has the required permissions to run. More on that here.