Getting Started with APPUiO Cloud
This tutorial describes your first steps with APPUiO Cloud, from signup to your first deployment.
To create your APPUiO Cloud account, fill the form in this page. You will receive an e-mail inviting you to create a password for your newly created account.
Login to the APPUiO Cloud Portal following the instructions in your welcome e-mail. You will be asked to provide a password and setup Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) in your account.
The first thing you need to do in the APPUiO Cloud Portal is to create an organization for yourself and your team.
|If you don’t choose a default organization, you won’t be able to create new projects in the OpenShift web console later.|
In the home screen of the APPUiO Cloud Portal select the link that corresponds to your preferred zone marked as "Console"
If you are more of a command line person, you can also copy the Kubernetes API URL and login using
oc login --server=<url>.
Follow the "Getting Started" instructions of OpenShift; download the command line tools if you haven’t already, create a new project, and deploy your first application in just a few steps.
Select your preferred programming language to get started; you can either use the OpenShift web console, or, if you are more technically inclined, just launch your preferred terminal and start typing:
|Programming Language||Web Console Version||Terminal Version|
The APPUiO Cloud documentation consists of the following pieces:
The User documentation, precisely the one you are reading right now;
The Technical documentation, available at the VSHN Knowledge Base, and containing important technical details of interest for DevOps engineers.
The Product information, with feature and pricing descriptions.
The Roadmap, with a sneak peek into the work planned for future versions of APPUiO Cloud.
The Discussions Forum, moderated by VSHN engineers and the community, where you can ask and answer questions about APPUiO Cloud.
And the Community Chat, for real-time conversations with other users and engineers.