About WSO2 App Factory
What is WSO2 App Factory?
WSO2 App Factory is a shared, elastic, and self-service enterprise DevOps platform for multiple project teams to collaboratively write applications and manage their lifecycle stages in a shared, regulated, and controlled manner. See Introducing App Factory.
What is the open source license of the App Factory?
Can I see a preview of the App Factory before downloading the product?
You can start using the App Factory by simply registering to the App Cloud. See Exploring Online.
How do I download and get started quickly?
Is commercial support available for WSO2 App Factory?
It is completely supported from evaluation to production. See WSO2 Support.
What are the technologies used underneath WSO2 App Factory?
Can I get involved in the App Factory development activities?
Not only are you allowed, but also encouraged. You can start by subscribing to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org mailing lists. Feel free to provide ideas, feedback and help make our code better. For more information on contacts, mailing lists and forums, see Getting Support.
How do I copy over my existing source code to the App Factory?
With every new application that you create, you get a new repository space allocated to it. You can create a branch from this repository trunk and then check in your existing code into the new branch. See Create an Application with my Source Code.
Can I integrate my own repository, build management tool etc. instead of the default ones?
Yes, there are extension points to integrate any tool of your choice. See Extending the App Factory.
Can I invite members who are external to the App Factory into the application team?
No. To invite a member to participate in your application, the member must be registered with App Factory first.
Is it possible for me to create a default team size with desired roles?
No. Size restrictions are set to teams in the App Factory. You can either use the existing roles or create new roles as described in Adding new Application Roles.
How do I create a database and tables to store my application's data?
Is it possible to share resources across applications?
No. Resources are created for a specific application.
What is meant by the build number?
In the Repositories & Builds section, the number associated with a build is the last build number. This number is unique to each version of an application.
My application URL is too long. Can I map it to a custom value?
Yes, you can map your application's production URL to a custom value using the Production URL section in the application's Overview page.
Can I view runtime logs and download their archives?
Log in to the App Factory console and click the Logs menu on the left-hand side panel. The page allows you to view most recent logs on the console or download archived logs.