Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) is integrated with Application Configuration Management (ACM). You can use ACM to manage application configurations in the EDAS console.

Benefits of ACM

If you want to modify application configurations in a traditional architecture, you must log on to the server and manually modify the configurations.

Diagram Traditional

ACM allows you to modify application configurations in the EDAS console. Configuration updates are automatically pushed to each server and immediately take effect.

Diagram ACM

For more information see What is ACM.

Features

EDAS is integrated with ACM to allow you to manage cluster configurations in the EDAS console. Choose a configuration management feature based on your business requirements.

Feature Description
Create a configuration record You can extract the variables and parameters from the code of an application and save them in a configuration file. This allows you to modify the configuration of the application by modifying only the configuration file.
Synchronize configurations Allows you to synchronize the configuration of an application among multiple environments, such as the development and staging environments. Allows you to synchronize the configuration of an application among multiple regions. You can create multiple namespaces and create a configuration record in of them. Then, synchronize the configuration record to the other namespaces.
Manage configurations After you create a configuration record, you can search for, view, modify, or delete it in the EDAS console.
View and roll back to earlier versions If the configuration of an application contains errors, you can query the earlier versions of the configuration and roll back the application to an earlier version of the configuration.
Monitor configurations After you modify a configuration record, you can query whether the configuration updates are pushed to instances that monitor configuration updates.
Query push tracking data After you modify a configuration record, you can track whether the configuration updates are pushed. If the configuration updates do not take effect on an instance, you can view the tracking data to check whether the configuration updates are pushed.