Welcome to UForge AppCenter Admin Documentation¶
This documentation is intended for Administrators of the UForge AppCenter. It covers an architecture presentation, installation instructions, as well as all the necessary steps to configure, manage and monitor your AppCenter once installed.
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- Architecture Considerations
- UForge Installation
- Further AppCenter Configuration
- Modifying the UForge Platform External URL Endpoints
- Adding a Compute Node
- Removing a Node
- Configure Apache and Tomcat Web Services to use SSL Certificate
- Configuring SMTP Proxy
- Configuring UForge Behind Enterprise Proxy
- Configuring the Web Service
- Configuring the Database
- Configuring the Scheduler
- Managing the Watchdog Services
- Tuning the Services
- Using the Event Bus
- Email Notification Service
- Customizing UForge Authentication for SSO
- Allowing https Repositories with Self-Signed Certificate
- Populating Database with OS Packages
- Hosting Proprietary Packages
- Configuring Cloudsoft AMP
- Updating an Existing UForge Deployment
- Going Back to a Previous Version of a UForge Deployment
- Retrieving Data from UForge
- Sending a Request to UForge
- Backup Overview Guidelines
- Manage Services
- Manage Resources
- Viewing the Installed OSes
- Viewing the Enabled OSes
- Adding an OS to an Organization
- Updating a Repository
- Removing OSes and Distributions
- Creating Custom OS Profiles
- Editing Custom OS Profiles
- Allowing Access to Image Formats
- Microsoft Windows and UForge
- Creating a Golden Image from Scan
- Creating a Golden Image Manually
- Managing the Project Catalog
- Creating and Managing Categories
- Creating and Managing Milestones
- Manage Users
- Monitoring Overview
- UForge Tooling
- Rebranding Your UForge GUI
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