Updated on 2022-12-05 GMT+08:00


ServiceStage is an application management and O&M platform that lets you deploy, roll out, monitor, and maintain applications all in one place. It supports Java, Go, Node.js, Docker, and Tomcat. Microservice applications such as Apache ServiceComb Java chassis (Java chassis), Spring Cloud, Dubbo and Mesher make it easier to migrate enterprise applications to the cloud.

This document describes how to use ServiceStage to create, deploy, and maintain applications and perform service governance.


  1. You have registered a Huawei Cloud account and enabled Huawei Cloud services.
  2. The login account has the permission to use ServiceStage. For details, see Creating a User and Granting Permissions.

Logging In to ServiceStage

  1. Log in to the management console.
  2. Click and select a region.
  3. Click in the upper left corner and choose ServiceStage in Service List. The ServiceStage console is displayed.

Console Description

Table 1 describes ServiceStage console.

Table 1 ServiceStage console




Provides ServiceStage overview, including the ServiceStage package selection and purchase entry, tutorials, applications, environments, and components.

Application Management

  • Application List

    Provides application lifecycle management, such as application creation, component addition, component list, environment view, component deployment, component details, and O&M.

  • Application Component

    Displays the components (including static and deployed components) of the application, and component details and O&M.

  • Application Configuration

    Supports configuration item and secret management.

Environment Management

An environment is a collection of compute, storage, and network resources used for deploying and running an application.

Provides environment creation, editing, and deletion, and displays resource information in an existing environment.

Continuous Delivery

Supports project build and release.

  • Build

    The software package or image package can be generated with a few clicks in a build job. In this way, the entire process of source code pull, compilation, packaging, and archiving is automatically implemented.

  • Pipeline

    One-click deployment can be achieved through pipeline. In this way, the entire process of source code pull, compilation, packaging, archiving, and deployment is automatically implemented. This unifies the integration environment and standardizes the delivery process.

  • Repository Authorization

    You can create repository authorization so that build projects and application components can use the authorization information to access the software repository.

Software Center

Provides functions such as organization management, software repository, and image repository.

  • Organization management is used to isolate images and assign access permissions (read, write, and manage) to different users.
  • Image repositories are used to store and manage Docker images.
  • Software repositories are used to store, manage, and deploy software packages.


Provides application infrastructure management, such as CSE and VM agent.

On the CSE page, go to its console to perform microservice governance.

Operation List

After the Cloud Trace Service (CTS) is enabled, the system automatically traces operations and changes of all cloud resources of the current tenant and saves the information as traces for seven days. Advanced functions, such as trace transfer (long-term storage) and encrypted storage, can be configured in the tracker list.

Help Center

Provides an overview of ServiceStage documentation.

Figure 1 ServiceStage console

The VM agent management function depends on the ECS and AOM services. If these services are not installed, the VM agent management function is unavailable.

Product Versions

Log in to the ServiceStage console and select an edition on the Overview page. Currently, ServiceStage provides basic edition and professional edition..

Table 2 ServiceStage edition description


Package Description


20 instances are free of charge. A maximum of 100 instances are supported.


More than 100 instances are supported.

For product pricing of each edition, see Product Pricing Details.

Upgrading Product Versions

  1. Log in to the ServiceStage console and go to the Overview page.
  2. On the right of the Overview page, click next to Edition.
  3. Select a product version and click OK.

    Only the account administrator can upgrade a product version.

    For the definitions of an account and IAM user, see Basic Concepts.