The Hypertune UI lets you define your:
  • Configuration schema (in GraphQL)
  • Configuration logic (in the Hypertune visual configuration language)
  • Event types (for analytics, e.g. sign ups, purchases)
  • A/B tests
  • ML loops
All of these are saved together as a single "commit" in the Git version history for your project which is hosted by Hypertune.
A new commit is created on your main branch any time you save new changes.
Hypertune uses the latest commit on your main branch when you consume your configuration.
You consume your configuration via the: