Provides a unified platform for managing the application lifecycle, from development, release, to O&M.
Features framework- and platform-independent, and supports open source systems Kubernetes and Spring Cloud. Existing applications can be smoothly migrated to the cloud.
Easy to Use
Supports graphical application and resource orchestration, and allows access without changes to existing applications. Applications are deployed on VMs or containers.
Supports non-intrusive probes and full-stack topology visualization. Application monitoring, alarms, and governance facilitate self-healing in the event of faults.
ServiceStage supports automatic on-cloud deployment and O&M, improving deployment efficiency. It is specifically suited for enterprise IT systems and Internet applications.
Template-based and graphical application orchestration enables automatic deployment with a few clicks.
Applications on a device are upgraded without taking the device offline, ensuring service continuity.
Rich functions, including application topology, monitoring, alarms, logs, and call chains, are provided for automatic O&M.
ServiceStage improves scalability and efficiency of development, deployment, and O&M, and accelerates service innovation for e-commerce and gaming applications.
Integrates capabilities such as microservice registration, discovery, communication, and governance.
Manages clusters and software repositories, and supports application development, release, and O&M.
Provides the commercial Application Performance Management (APM) service and supports application topologies and call chains.
ServiceStage provides multi-tenant solutions that enable enterprises to sell services. These solutions are specifically suited for SaaS applications in the energy and education domains.
Provides a physical/logical multi-tenant solution to isolate tenant data.
Supports automatic deployment of applications by tenants.
Supports unified upgrade, monitoring, alarms, logs, and performance analysis for multiple tenants.
Application lifecycle management and graphical application orchestration
Multi-language microservice framework and microservice pipelines that allow access without changes
Multi-dimensional metric monitoring, elastic scaling, and analysis of microservice call chains
Management of private and public container images and software packages