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Deploying Microservice Application

Last updated: 2022-01-20 18:22:29


    This document describes how to deploy your microservice applications in TEM and make them mutually callable and accessible over the public network by using the provider/consumer demo applications developed in Spring Cloud with JAR file upload as an example.


    Please make sure that you have read and completed the preparations before starting to deploy your application.


    Step 1. Get the demo application

    To demonstrate Spring Cloud microservice applications with different registries, we have prepared two sets of provider/consumer demo applications using the Eureka registry.

    You can view the source code of these demo applications on GitHub or download them directly as JAR packages:

    Eureka registry: provider demo and consumer demo.

    Step 2. Configure a registry

    Before you start to deploy the Spring Cloud demo application, you need to configure the registry resource in the environment. Please add the registry corresponding to the application you select as instructed in Adding Environment Resource.

    Step 3. Deploy the application

    1. Select the application deployment region at the top of the Application Management page in the TEM console.
    2. Click Create to go to the application creation page and enter the application information.
    3. Click Submit and click OK in the pop-up window to deploy the application.
    4. On the Deploy Application page, configure the relevant parameters as needed.
      • Upload Package: upload your package.
      • Release Environment: select the environment just created.
      • For a Spring Cloud application, if a registry is associated with the selected release environment, you can select Auto Inject Registry Info. For detailed directions of registration and discovery, see Application Registration and Discovery.
      • If you need to configure other advanced options for your application, see Creating and Deploying Application.
    5. Click Deploy to complete the deployment of the provider application.
    6. Repeat steps 1–5 to complete the deployment of the consumer application.

    Step 4. View the registered applications

    1. After the application instance to be deployed starts running, you can enter the Registry page in the TEM console and select the registry associated with your deployment environment.
    2. On the registry details page, select the Application Management tab to check whether the provider and consumer applications are successfully registered.

    Step 5. Verify the access

    The provider/consumer applications that have been successfully deployed and registered can be accessed over the public network by creating an access configuration in the environment for the consumer application.

    1. Select the application deployment region at the top of the Environment page in the TEM console.

    2. Click View Details in the block of the environment where your application is deployed to enter the details page and select Access Management at the top.

    3. Click Create to go to the access configuration creation page and enter the access configuration information.

      • Network Type: select Public network. If you need intra-environment access, see Creating and Deploying Application.
      • Load Balancer: check Automatically create.
      • Protocol & Port: HTTP:80 and HTTPS:443 are supported, and HTTPS domain names can be bound to certificates. Select HTTP:80 for the Demo application.
      • Forwarding Configuration:
        • Domain Name: existing domain names can be bound. If there are no domain names, you will be assigned an IPv4 IP by default. For the demo application, use the assigned default IP address.
        • Path: it defaults to /. Configure it as needed.
        • Backend Application: select the consumer demo application you deployed.
        • Application Port: for the eureka-consumer application, use port 8003.
      • Server Certificate: if the HTTP protocol is selected, you need to select a server certificate. If existing certificates are not suitable, you can create one.
    4. Click OK. You can view the public IP of the application under Access Management on the environment details page.

    5. Enter the following URL in a browser:

      http://public IP/ping-provider

      If the following result is returned, the application is successfully deployed.

      pong from eureka-provider 
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