Anura is a configuration manager that helps you and your team with managing your configuration across multiple services and multiple environments with a simple UI backed with real-time update system and custom configuration database with options to use external ones as well.
Feel free to fork and make contributions. We'll try to get them into the main application.
$ npm install anura-server -g $ anura start
after these commands, Anura will start-up in port
4000 by default.
After installing Anura, A new directory will be created in the
/var/local folder in Linux or in
%AppData% folder on windows. The installation will create an initial folder with a
config.yaml file. You can also add a
config_file argument in the
anura start script
|STORE_LOCATION||Where to save the config data||Path||
|HUMAN_READABLE||Save the config data in a human readable format||
|SERVER_PORT||The port of the config server (and it's ui)||number||
Todos in the near future
Make Anura easier to setup.
- Add more external data store options. (like mongo and redis)
- Make an option to scale out. (multi-service is fun)
- Improve UI usability.