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This is what we do in the Support and Maintenance phase:

WSO2 sends

Send weekly status updates to

you with information about the outstanding tickets, their statuses, scheduled maintenance, possible downtimes, etc

the customer about the Managed Service.

WSO2 provides around-the-clock support from a team of experts.
Handle issues in the system. 
Handle hosting incidents
Manage tasks. 
Maintain servers
Manage deployment artifacts.
Managing tasks
Manage upgrades and migrations.
6Apply WSO2 security patches.

Tip: The support and maintenance tasks discussed here are subjected to the WSO2 Managed Cloud Service Policy and Service Level Agreement.


Send weekly status updates

WSO2 sends weekly status update email emails to you the customer with the following information:

  • Update A summary of all the hosting-related JIRAs of raised for the CloudManaged Service.
  • Summary A summary of the maintenance work done in this tasks done during the current week.
  • Summary A summary of the maintenance work scheduled for the next week. We notify scheduled downtimes here, if any.

Provide around-the-clock support and maintenance

According to the The WSO2 Managed Cloud SLA, the Managed Cloud team provides support and maintenance on the following:

Ensures the availability of the WSO2 servers and services. 

Optimizes the hosting setup to minimize resource consumption and scale the hardware to meet performance requirements.

Updates software that is identified as being part of the WSO2 Managed Cloud Service to their latest versions within the Scheduled Maintenance window.
Manages daily scheduled backups of all the servers under the Managed Cloud service.
Monitors the Managed Cloud's availability and takes action if the servers become unavailable.


  • , including any scheduled downtimes.

Handle issues in the system

If an unplanned interruption that affects the availability, quality, or performance of your Cloud instance the services managed by the WSO2 Managed Service team occurs, we call it a hosting incidentAn A hosting incident might occur in deployment, upgradingupgrade, maintenance, network configuration, startup, stopping, monitoring, and performance, and it it has to be within the parameters scope of the CloudManaged Service's deployment architecture.

The diagram below depicts the hosting incident handling process:Image Removedshows how WSO2 handles a hosting incident from its initiation to closure:

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Diagram: WSO2 incident-handling process

How to


report a hosting incident

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<Coming up soon>Note that the customer needs to either raise a support JIRA through  the support Website  or call the phone support numbers to report a hosting incident. As you need to be a WSO2 production support customer to receive WSO2 Managed services, we assume you already have a support account in the WSO2 support system. If not, please talk to your account's manager at WSO2.

 The steps below explain how to use the support Website to raise a hosting incident. 

  1. Log in to the support system at

  2. Click the Create button in the top menu bar of the support Website.
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  3. Select your project from the list of available projects, and s elect the Issue Type as Hosting.
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  4. Fill in the rest of the issue details. Please include the following contact details in the description field so that WSO2 can contact you if required.

    • Name

    • Email address

    • Telephone number (country code, area code, number, and extension)
  5. Once done, click Create to create an incident JIRA. 


Tip: Also see WSO2 Managed Service Production Support Guidelines .

Manage tasks

A task is an action item that either the customer or WSO2 needs to perform to ensure that certain objectives are met. For example, the WSO2 Managed Service team may create a task for the customer to provide details on their production environment.

The task-handling process is similar to our incident-handling process as shown in the following diagram:

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Diagram: WSO2 task-handling process

Manage deployment artifacts

A deployment artifact is a program, config change, patch etc. that the customer or WSO2 deploys to the Managed Deployment, either manually or via automated scripts.  Both the customer and WSO2 need to follow the below best practices to minimize the possibility of new artifact deployments causing issues in the Cloud setup:

  • Ensure that all deployment artifacts go through the complete application management lifecycle (ALM) before being deployed in the production servers.
  • Ensure that all the artifacts are properly tested. If additional testing and development need to be done to an artifact, the customer can request development support from WSO2.

Manage upgrades and migrations

In case of a WSO2 product migration or an upgrade that is either suggested by WSO2 or the customer, WSO2 first carries out an effort estimation. If there are no customizations done to the WSO2 products, then the upgrade or migration can be straightforward. If not, the customer and the WSO2 account manager together are to decide how to handle the upgrade or migration of customer-specific data and any custom codes.  Any WSO2 product customization, done by either the customer or WSO2, does not belong to WSO2. The ownership of any custom code is with the customer.

Apply WSO2 security patches

Given below is the WSO2 security patch application process.

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Note that the non-production environment where the security patches are first tested on must be shared with WSO2 by the customer beforehand. 

Applying monthly security updates is a m andatory operation. WSO2 Operations team takes every possible measure to ensure a smooth update with ideally no downtime. WSO2 expects your cooperation towards this task. If you do not wish to have updates installed or wish delay them, please send an email to with the reason.