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  • CQL v2.0

    CQL (Cortex Query Language) is at the core of virtually everything Cortex provides, from defining how Scorecards evaluate health and readiness to deciding which entities a plugin should show up on....

  • Migrating to CQL v2.0

    With the rollout of CQL v2.0, Cortex has introduced changes that make the Cortex Query Language more consistent with other languages. The new-and-improved CQL includes some breaking changes, so use...

  • 10. Using the Scaffolder

    Cortex's Scaffolder extends the power of the leading templating library Cookiecutter, which allows engineers to automate the creation of code, while adhering to standards with ease.  With the Scaff...

  • 9. Using CQL reports

    CQL reports offer a new level of visibility into your entities, extending the power of CQL and the Query Builder into reporting. CQL reports allow you to query all of the raw data in Cortex, and bu...

  • 8. CQL and the Query Builder

    The query builder extends the power of Cortex Query Language (CQL), which was initially developed to present scorecard information. The query builder allows you to leverage all of CQL's power to in...

  • 7. Initiatives and Action items

    Scorecards are a great way to organize team members and set goals, but they’re also designed to be aspirational, rather than the drivers of day-to-day actions. While Scorecards will show you progre...

  • 6. Creating and editing Scorecards

    Scorecards are one of the most powerful ways in Cortex to promote accountability among teams and enforce standardization across services and resources.  Scorecards gather and organize existing data...

  • 5. Developer homepage

    Cortex’s developer homepage is a single pane of glass that lays out everything developers need for their daily workflows. On the homepage, you can find all of the services and resources you own, as...

  • 4. Teams

    Teams serve as both a method representing your organization in Cortex and as owners for different entities in the catalogs. Teams offers a centralized place for the most important information about...

  • 3. Editing entities

    Once you've imported entities, you may need to edit some details about them. To edit an entity, first navigate to its home page either from the All entities page or from the catalog(s) that the ent...