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  1. Parallel deploy throttle

    Currently you can throttle the number of package aquisitions and the number of machines which will run steps in parallel.

    We see issues whereby too many steps run on the same machine causing out of memory issues.

    Can you please add configuration to limit the number of steps running in parallel on a single machine

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  2. Machine policies cleanup unavailable machines days or hours?

    User interface shows hours and minutes, however the API is returning a time span of days, so for example I've set 99 hours, but the time span from the API is 2376 hours or 99 days.

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  3. Composite Step Templates

    There are sets of common steps that we very often want to "bookend" all of our deployments with. One concrete example would be: sending out a Manual Intervention to confirm when all servers are confirmed live before stamping a new deployment in NewRelic.

    Right now, everyone has to bake these steps into their own projects by adding the Manual Intervention step followed by the NewRelic Deployment Stamp step. If it were possible to create what I would call "Composite Step Templates" then I could define a reusable step template that was made up of other step templates. That way, instead…

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  4. Deployment Machine Index

    Currently every step is running for every machine.

    When you are deploying multiple machines, If you have a step that needs to run only one time per deployment like a global task for whole environment (for example; executing some database scripts before or after deployment.)

    But we need to determine machine index to run some script only at first machine...

    Regards, best wishes...

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