You can query the list and details of services of Spring Cloud applications that are deployed in Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS).

Background information

You can switch between the old and new versions of the Service Search page.

  • In the new version, the systems uses EDAS Agent to query services in the EDAS registry, MSE-hosted registry, and on-premises registries, including ZooKeeper, Nacos, Eureka, and Consul.
  • In the old version, you can only query services in the EDAS registry.

Limits

  • On the new Service Search page, you can query services of Spring Cloud Edgware and later versions and services in all registries.
  • On the old Service Search page, you can query services of Spring Cloud Dalston and later versions that are registered in the EDAS registry.

View the service list

  1. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Microservice Governance > Service Query.
  2. On the Service Query page, select a region and a Namespaces to view the Spring Cloud services under the current account.
    The following information about a Spring Cloud service is provided: Service Name, App Name, and Number of instances.

    If many services exist, you can filter services by Service Name. Filter keywords are case-insensitive.

    Note If you can query services of your applications on the old Service Search page but not on the new Service Search page, troubleshoot the problem by following these steps:
    1. The new Service Search page is released at 00:00:00 of January 20, 2020. You must restart your applications after this time point so that they can be automatically mounted with the latest EDAS Agent. Therefore, restart your applications before querying services on the new Service Search page.
    2. Check whether the microservice framework version is supported. For more information about the supported versions, see Limits.

View service details

  1. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Microservice Governance > Service Query.
  2. On the Service Query page, select a region and a Namespaces. Click a service name in the service list.
  3. On the Servive Detail page, view the details of the target service.

    The Servive Detail page provides the following information: Basic Information, Service Call Relationship, and Metadata.

    • Basic InformationView basic information in service details for Spring Cloud
    • Service Call RelationshipView the service call relationship in service details for Spring Cloud

      The Service Call Relationship section provides the Service Providers and Service Consumers tabs, which list information such as the IP address and port number.

    • MetadataView metadata in service details for Spring Cloud

      Information under Metadata includes metadata of the service and EDAS-provided metadata for implementing microservice capabilities.