Creating Executions in the UI
To create a new execution in the Cloudomation user interface, select one or more flow scripts from the flows list view. Then click the Run button in the action bar. This will run the flow script once immediately.
Scheduling Executions in the UI
Schedule an execution to start at a specific time in the future
Executions can be configured to start at a specific moment in the future, or after a specific timeout. For example, you can schedule an execution to start tonight at 6 o’clock. You can also schedule an execution to run in one hour.
To delay an execution run click the dropdown arrow next to Run button and select Run delayed. You will be redirected to the input request list to configure the delayed execution run. You can then choose if you want to specify a date and time at which the execution should be started, or to specify a delay after which an execution should be started. The execution will be run once at the point in the future you define.
Schedule an execution to run repeatedly in set intervals
Executions can be scheduled to run repeatedly in set intervals. For example, you can schedule an execution to run every 20 minutes.
To create a recurring execution click the drop down arrow next to the Run button and select Run recurring. You will be redirected to the input request list to configure the recurring execution run.
Schedule executions to run repeately at a specific time
Executions can be scheduled to run at a defined time every day. For example, you can schedule an execution to run every Tuesday at 9 o’clock.
To create a scheduled execution click the drop down arrow next to the Run button and select Run scheduled.
You will be redirected to the input request list to configure the scheduled execution run.
Creating Executions Using the REST API
To create a new execution using the Cloudomation REST API send a HTTP POST request to
https://wp-dev.cloudomation.io/api/latest/execution. The request and response schemas are documented in the API explorer.
To create an execution using the REST API the request must be authenticated as a Cloudomation user. See Authentication on how to authenticate REST API requests.