CUE Zipline is
configured by editing a YAML configuration file,
zipline.yaml located in the
YAML is a plain text file format that uses indentation as a means of structuring data. Array values can be specified by preceding each array element with a hyphen followed by a space (you will see examples of this in the following descriptions). The most important thing to remember when editing a YAML file is to never use tabs for indentation, only spaces.
The file has the following top-level entries:
version: endpoints: event_listener: server: resolver: logging: heartbeat: conversion-templates: filter:  processors:  copyback: audit: cluster: monitoring: