|Name||String||The service name.|
|Command||String||The command that starts and runs the service.|
|Description||String||The service description.|
|Tags||Array of strings||Searchable words or phrases for the service.|
|ImageID||String||The Docker image ID for the service.|
|Instances||Object||The number of instances of the service to run at the same time, in different
containers. This object has two members.
|ChangeOptions||Array of strings||Control options for what happens when a running instance of the service is changed.|
|Launch||String||Determines whether the service starts when its parent service starts.
|HostPolicy||String||Determines how to schedule instances of the service on hosts in a resource pool.
|Hostname||String||The virtual host name to use when an instance of the service is run.|
|Privileged||true or false||Determines whether containers (in which instances of the service run) have extended privileges.|
|ConfigFiles||Objects||The configuration file templates to install in containers (in which instances of
the service run).
Each member of this object is a string containing the absolute path of a configuration file template and a ConfigFile object.
|Endpoints||Array of objects||The network endpoints that the service uses, as Endpoint objects.|
|Services||Array of objects||The subservices that are part of the service, as ServiceDefinition objects.|
|Tasks||Array of objects|
|LogFilters||Object||Pairs of strings and values mapping log filter names to log filter definitions.|
|Volumes||Array of objects||The list of file system directories to bind mount in containers (in which instances of the service run). Each item is a Volume object.|
|LogConfigs||Array of objects||A list of logstash configurations for the log files of the service, as LogConfig objects.|
|Snapshot||Object||The bash commands to pause and resume the service. Between
commands, Control Center copies the file system of the service's
This object has two members:
|RAMCommitment||Integer||The amount of main memory the service requires, in bytes. This value is used to help schedule the service into the best available resource pool.|
|CPUCommitment||Integer||The number of CPU cores the service requires. This value is used to help schedule the service into the best available resource pool.|
|Runs||Object||The commands the service executes inside its container when invoked with serviced run Command. This object contains one or more command names, each paired with the bash command to run inside the containers.|
|Actions||Object||The commands the service executes inside its container when invoked with serviced action Command. This object contains one or more command names, each paired with the bash command to run inside the containers.|
|HealthChecks||Object||The commands to invoke (at regular intervals) to gather data about health of the service. Each member of this object is a health check name paired with a HealthCheck object.|
|Prereqs||Array of objects||The scripts to run successfully inside a container before starting the
service in the container. Each item is an object with two members:
|MonitoringProfile||Object||Metadata descriptions of the metrics, graphs, and thresholds the service makes available to external monitoring services. The members of this object are the following pairs, in order:|
|PIDFile||String||The path, or the command to generate the path, for the PID file to which signals are copied.|