You can directly manage existing applications in Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS). However, to use some features, you must add corresponding dependencies and configurations to your code. EDAS provides features and tools that you can use to test services and implement interconnection between on-premises and cloud applications. This helps you make your development more efficient and improve the availability of applications.

  • EDAS Developer Guide
  • Application development
    You can use Spring Cloud, Dubbo, and High-Speed Service Framework (HSF) to develop applications and then manage them in EDAS.
  • Application testing and interconnection between on-premises and cloud applications
    You can test the feasibility of your application during the application development process and realize mutual calls between on-premises applications and cloud applications.
  • Developer tools
    You can use developer tools to deploy, build, and manage applications. These tools make development more efficient.
  • Spring Cloud
    Spring Cloud overview
    Implement service registration and discovery
    Implement load balancing
    Manage application configurations
    Build service gateways
    Implement OSS features
    Implement job scheduling
    Smoothly migrate a Spring Cloud cluster that contains multiple applications to EDAS
    Dubbo
    Dubbo overview
    Use Spring Boot to develop Dubbo microservice applications
    Smoothly migrate Dubbo applications to EDAS
    User documentation (open source)
    Developer guide (open source)
    Introduction to source code (open source)
    HSF
    HSF overview
    Start the light-weight configuration registry
    Ali-Tomcat overview
    Pandora Boot overview
    EDAS Container release notes
    Migrate applications from HSF to Dubbo by using Ali-Tomcat
    One call process
    Asynchronous calls
    Generic calls
    Call context
    Select a serialization method
    Configure a time-out period
    Configure a provider thread pool
    API reference
    Set JVM -D startup configuration parameters
  • Testing and diagnostics
    Use Alibaba Cloud Toolkit to test microservices
    Use Alibaba Cloud Toolkit to diagnose microservices
    On-premises development and interconnection between on-premises and cloud applications
    On-premises development and interconnection between on-premises and cloud applications
  • Alibaba Cloud Toolkit
    Alibaba Cloud Toolkit overview
    Install and configure Alibaba Cloud Toolkit in IntelliJ IDEA
    Install and configure Alibaba Cloud Toolkit in Eclipse
    Use IntelliJ IDEA to deploy an application to EDAS
    Use Eclipse to deploy an application to EDAS
    toolkit-maven-plugin
    toolkit-maven-plugin overview
    Use toolkit-maven-plugin to deploy applications to ECS clusters
    Terraform
    Terraform overview
    Install and configure Terraform
    Use Terraform to deploy applications to EDAS
    Jenkins
    Jenkins overview
    Use an EDAS plug-in in Jenkins to build a job for application deployment