Edge App Manager is a service that currently requires a custom subscription plan. For additional information and terms, please contact your sales representative.
Edge App Manager is a service that allows you to develop, publish, and manage Edge Apps. The Edge App Manager creates a configuration of an existing container. Within the Devices application, installing an App will assign this configuration to a device.
In particular this service offers:
- Creating an Edge App: Create a new Edge App, add an application version, and configure an Edge App.
- Creating a distribution: Create a new distribution, add a version, and configure a distribution.
- Managing Edge App lifecycle: Manage Edge Apps and distributions by going through all lifecycle states including development, test, released, and discontinued.
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