Every time you use the dbt CLI, log files are being generated to better track each step of the process that dbt went through. To ensure that you have a long-running history of every time dbt was run, no matter the team member, you'll need to store your log files somewhere else in the cloud. If you want to store these logs securely on a service like Amazon S3, you can easily upload the generated log files into S3 with naming conventions that contain Shipyard runtime IDs.
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1) Navigate to the Blueprint Library in Shipyard.
3) Navigate to a project of your choosing.
4) Click the "+New" Vessel button at the top. Click "With a Blueprint".
6) Complete the remaining steps on the wizard and press "Save & Finish".
8) Once your two Vessels are independently created, navigate to your project and click the "+New" Fleet button at the top.
9) Click on the canvas to add your two newly created Vessels. Click and drag between the Vessels to link them together. Once finished, click "Next Step".
10) Complete the remaining steps on the wizard and press "Save & Finish".