This is the phase, where customers subscribe to the application services and then provision resources for themselves.
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In PCP, navigate to Operations > Customers to ensure there is a customer account to test the application service. If there is no customer, follow these steps to create one:
The newly created customer must appear in the list of customers.
Subscribe the test customer to the application services:
The newly created subscription must appear in the list of subscriptions. Stay on this screen to start the testing procedure.
The following steps walk you through the test procedure in UX1:
In the list of customer subscriptions, find out your test subscription and click on its Actions link in the last column.
The UX1 must open for you in a separate browser tab.
In the UX1 navigation panel, find out your demo application and select it.
The list of servers is empty and there is the New button that allows you to create a VPS.
Click New to start creating a VPS.
Fill out the New VPS form:
The newly provisioned VPS must appear in the list of servers.
Repeat the above steps to create one or more servers with different names.
This completes the application design-development-deployment-provisioning life cycle. The project is pretty much simplified. If you have understood the main ideas of the application integration process, the demo project has reached its goal.
This is the final
sample package for download.
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