ServiceStage is an application management and O&M platform that lets you deploy, roll out, monitor, and maintain applications all in one place. Java, Go, PHP, Node.js, Docker, and Tomcat are supported. Web applications, microservice applications such as Apache ServiceComb, Spring Cloud, Dubbo, and service mesh, and common applications make it easier to migrate enterprise applications to the cloud.
ServiceStage knowledge for users from beginner level to expert level
ServiceStage provides a one-stop management platform for microservice solutions. Using microservice engines, you can focus on service development and improve product delivery efficiency and quality.
Microservice Development Guide
Initializing Data Disks
ECSs support the deployment of websites and applications to meet your service requirements.
This example describes how to quickly create a microservice application based on the ServiceComb (SpringMVC) framework to experience the functions of the new ServiceStage application model.
Be a Power User
You can modify ECS specifications, change ECS OSs, configure security group rules, and adjust quotas based on service requirements. Additionally, you can view monitoring metrics and audit logs in real time to determine ECS health statuses.
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How Do I Handle a Microservice Registry Failure (Java Chassis)?
How Do I Perform Local Development and Test?
What Is the Difference Between Open-Source ServiceComb and CSE?
How Do I Bind an Elastic IP Address?
Shall I Use the SDK or ServiceMesh to Build a Microservice?
Why Do I Use Cloud Service Engine?
What Are Affinity and Anti-affinity?
What Is the Difference Between the Microservice and Common Application?
What Are the Username and Password for Remote Logins?
Resetting the ECS Password on the Management Console
Troubleshooting Remote Login Errors Occurred on a Windows ECS
File Uploading FAQs
How Can I Change the Resolution of a Windows ECS?
Why Cannot I Use a Non-Default SSH Port to Log In to My Linux ECS?
Slow ECS Responses
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