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Version: 3.x

Service Management


Manage and maintain the service configuration that the application depends on. For example, there are two applications A and application B, which use a common database. Then this database can be extracted as a separate service to manage. The benefit of this is that if the database configuration changes, you only need to update the database configuration in the service management, and you don't need to switch between multiple applications to find and update.


  • If some configurations are shared by multiple applications, consider extracting these configurations as a separate service.
  • Service configuration has no distinction between private and public, or you can say that all service configurations are public.
  • Service configuration cannot be obtained directly, but can only be obtained by the dependent application.