|2||Set up a domain name system (DNS).|
|3||Set up an SMTP server.|
|4||Set up an NTP server.|
|45||Set up a connection to the customer's data center.|
|6||Set up the environments (e.g., Development, Test, Pre-Production, and Production).|
|7||Implement monitoring and alerting.|
|9||Implement backup and disaster recovery.|
|10||Manage users and permissions.|
|11||Manage environments and artifacts.|
|12||Manage logs and backups.|
|Manage upgrades and migrations.|
|Hand over the production environment to the customer.|
- WSO2 uses the Amazon Cloud Watch service to collect and manage logs.
- All log types mentioned above are stored in a private Amazon S3 bucket. An agent in each host collects and streams log events into the S3 bucket.
- If the customer has log management and analysis tools in place, WSO2 can forward the logs to the customer.
- WSO2 stores logs onsite for 30 days and then archive them to Amazon Glacier Vault.
Hand over the environments