Learn about Score, the Score implementation (CLI), and how to eliminate configuration mismanagement.
Score provides a developer-centric and platform-agnostic Workload specification to improve developer productivity and experience. Score eliminates configuration management between local and remote environments.
Develop your Score Spec
To compose a Score Specification file, you’ll do the following:
- Scope: identify containers, resources, and services needed for your infrastructure.
- Compose: compose your resources into the Score Specification file.
- Transform: transform your Score Specification file to the Platform of your choice.
To get started, you’ll want to:
- Read through the Overview page.
- Learn how to install the Score implementation (CLI).
- Review the reference material.
Beyond the getting started section, you can learn more about Score and how to implement it into your own workflows.
- Concepts: Recommended reading for anyone consuming or operating Score.
- Manage extensions: Learn about extension mechanisms.
- Set environment variables Learn how to set and manage environment-specific variables.
This section covers some concepts that are important to understand for day to day Score usage and operation.
This section describes how to define environment variables.
Use overrides as a method of sharing common configurations across environments.
This section covers resource annotations, which are used to provide additional metadata for resources.
Describes how to set Workloads that are dependent on additional resources.
Manage routes as resources, in your Humanitec applications.
Learn how to use Score with these tutorials.
Reference docs for the Score Specification and Score Implementation (CLI).