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Creating Custom Guided Tours in Rundeck

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The Guided Tour plugin allows you to create customized, environment specific instructions to appear in the Rundeck console. Tour pages embed HTML content and include functions that highlight Rundeck menu items and change screens as the user navigates through the instructions.

By the end of this tutorial, you'll have learned:
• What is a guided tour?
• Where to get and install the Tours plugin
• How to enable the Tour feature
• Author and publish custom Tours

Recommended for: Advanced Rundeck Project and System Administrators who need to onboard new team memebers or other groups.

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Creating Custom Guided Tours in Rundeck

  1. 1. Guided Tours Providing tutorials for new users
  2. 2. Agenda What are Guided Tours Setting up tours Creating a custom tour
  3. 3. Key Benefits New to Rundeck policies and procedures • Document runbooks/policies • Help job runners and viewers navigate Rundeck • Provide guidance to new job writers
  4. 4. Key Features Provide instructions within the Rundeck interface • Integrated content • Ability to highlight menus • Provide navigation
  5. 5. Enable Tours Provide instructions and guidance to new and current users • Install or Download plugin • - HTTP Tours • - Embedded Tours • Configure tour directory • - framework - any page • - project - only if selected • Create tour files • Deploy tour files • - Web host (S3 bucket) • - Local directory
  6. 6. Writing a Tour Tour components • Manifest • Tours •
  7. 7. Manifest file JSON file format ● name - Tour title ● tours - Catalog of available page files ● name - Display name of the tour ● key - Pages file name { "name": "Title of tour", "tours": [ { "key": "file-name-without-ext", "name": "Tour name" } ] }
  8. 8. Pages JSON format ● Name: Title ● Key: File name without ext ● Steps: Pages of tour ○ Title: Page name ○ Content: HTML displayed on page ○ NextStepURL: Rundeck page to display when the user clicks next ○ stepIndicator: Named element on the page { "name": "Securing sensitive data", "key": "sensitive-data", "steps": [ { "title": "Overview", "content": "<!--n-->n<p>nn</p>n<h6>Next, creating keys</h6>nn", "nextStepUrl": "menu/storage" "stepIndicator": "appUser" },...]}
  9. 9. Questions?