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Resource Management

Resource Management

Ensure that node resources are sufficient. Otherwise, ServiceStage functions are not available for use.

  • All functions, except publishing services without brokers, require sufficient resources.
  • After a node is managed by the platform, do not perform any manual operation on the node. Otherwise, functions of the node may not run properly.

If you intend to perform system management operations, it is important that you have a basic understanding of the following concepts.

Table 39-2 Basic concepts of resource management




Physical resources required to keep applications running, including computing, storage, and network resources.


Virtual or physical machines that provide computing resources to the platform users.


A cluster is the combination of cloud resources required for container running. A cluster contains the nodes and load balancing of several cloud servers.

A tenant or user can create a private cluster. In a private cluster, the tenants or users privately own the masters and nodes.


If the to-be-created application has persistence requirements, you need to create storage before creating the application.

After creation, storage can be mounted to ato-be-created application as a volume.

Other resources

Resource files are independently managed objects on ServiceStage. The file content is determined by users. After a resource file is created, you can load it to both containerized and non-containerized applications. For example, if you load a resource file to a volume, this file is a file of the containerized application; if you load a resource file to environment variables, the file becomes environment variables of the containerized application.

Updated: 2019-10-23

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