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Project Symphony

This page gives an overview of Project Symphony, describing its current status, where and how it's developed and deployed, and who is responsible for maintaining it.

Service Description

Project Symphony is a project to host a high performance static website. The static website will be provided by Chameleon Studios.

Service Status

Project Symphony is currently pre-release. The project will become live at some point in the future.


Technical queries and support should be directed to and will be picked up by a member of the team working on the service. To ensure that you receive a response, always direct requests to rather than reaching out to team members directly.

Issues discovered in the service or new feature requests should be opened as GitLab issues in the application repository.


Project Symphony is currently deployed from Cloud Storage in the following environments:

Name URL Supporting Bucket
Production TBA project-symphony-web_assets-production-9d56ae1c
Staging TBA project-symphony-web_assets-staging-5b422c80
Development TBA project-symphony-web_assets-development-0dbc9efd

Access to the buckets is public via a Cloud CDN and Cloud Loadbalancer. Certificates are managed by GCP.

Source code

The source code for the <service_name> is spread over the following repositories:

Repository Description
Application The static website is provided by a 3rd Party
Infrastructure Deployment The Terraform infrastructure code for deploying the application server to GCP

Technologies used

The following gives an overview of the technologies Project Symphony is built on.

Category Language Framework(s)
Website HTML/JS Wordpress/Staatic
Deployment Terraform Google Cloud Platform

Operational documentation

The following gives an overview of how Project Symphony is deployed and maintained.

How and where the Project Symphony is deployed

Deploying a new release

New release are control by a 3rd Party by uploading to the appropriate Cloud Storage Bucket.


Monitoring is configured as per our standard Google monitoring module.

Service Management and tech lead

The service owner for Project Symphony is Abraham Martin.

The service manager for Project Symphony is Abraham Martin.

The tech lead for Project Symphony is Adam Deacon.