The last step in creating a Blueprint is to fill out the instructions that a user will see when they go to use the Blueprint. When you come to this screen it should look like this:
Go ahead and copy and paste the below markdown into the editor:
And that's it, our basic Blueprint is now ready! With everything complete, click the save button on the bottom right-hand side of the screen and you should now see our Blueprint as the most recently created Blueprint in the Drafts section of the IaC Catalog page:
To verify that everything works, let's go ahead and click the test button and view the form that we're going to be presenting to our users:
And that completes the process of creating a Blueprint. From here you can configure the Blueprint further by clicking on the Details button:
This will take you to a page where you can view past usage, edit the Blueprint, and even hook up source control for automatic pull requests and ticketing for automatic ticket creation.
The sky is the limit with Blueprints and in this tutorial, we've covered all the basics you need to get started. Next up, we'll dive deep onto writing Blueprints by hand using our Terraform prodiver.