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Application deployment overview

Last Updated: Mar 14, 2019

After developing applications, you can choose console or development tools to deploy the applications.

Note: Applications will be deployed in clusters. Packaging methods for applications are limited results of different type of cluster. For details, see the following table.

Application Deployment Cluster Package
Spring Cloud or Dubbo ECS cluster WAR or JAR
HSF ECS cluster WAR or JAR
Container Service Kubernetes cluster Image

Application runtime environment

You can deploy a WAR or JAR package of Spring Cloud, Dubbo or HSF applicaion into ECS cluster, but you should select different application runtime environment for Spring Cloud, Dubbo and HSF.

  • when deploying Spring Cloud and Dubbo applications using WAR, you shoud selec apache-tomcat related versions of application runtime environment.

  • when deploying Spring Cloud and Dubbo applications using JAR, you shoud selec Standard Java Application Runtime Environment.

  • When deploying HSF applications using WAR or JAR, you should select EDAS-Container related versions of application runtime environment.

Deploy applications in the console

Note: The Chrome browser is recommended for operations in the EDAS console.

Use the following resources for the application deployment tutorials to start developing applications in the EDAS console.

Note: The configuration procedures for WAR and JAR deployment methods are similar. The following describes how to deploy an application with a WAR package.


Deploy applications with tools

In addition to deploying applications in the EDAS console, you can also deploy applications with the following tools.