Marketplace

Platform Marketplace is a library of the most popular and requested applications, which are configured and optimized in the most beneficial way via the platform Packaging Standard. These packaged solutions can be installed automatically directly from the dashboard, skipping many steps of manual deployment and optimization.

You can access the Marketplace via the appropriate button at the top-left corner of the dashboard.

packaged solutions marketplace

Within the opened section, you can find a list of categorized solutions to install new Applications from scratch and configuration Add-Ons to update your existing environments. Currently, the platform manages and maintains the following JPS packages, providing them for one-click installation at all platforms:

Applications
  • Alfresco
  • Ametys
  • Auto-Scalable Couchbase CE Cluster
  • Auto-Scalable GlassFish Cluster
  • Auto-Scalable Magento Cluster v2
  • Auto-Scalable Spring Boot Cluster
  • Backup Storage
  • Cyclos 4 PRO
  • DevOps Lab - GitLab Server
  • DjangoCMS
  • Docker Engine CE
  • Docker Swarm Cluster
  • DokuWiki
  • DropWizard Fat Jar Builder
  • Drupal
  • Eclipse Che
  • Eclipse Mosquitto
  • Eclipse Vert.x Fat Jar Builder
  • Eclipse Vert.x Thin Jar Builder
  • Ghost
  • Gitblit
  • IOTA Node
  • Jenkins DevOps Pack
  • Jira Software
  • Jitsi Video Conferencing
  • Joomla
  • Kubernetes Cluster
  • Laravel
  • Liferay
  • LimeSurvey
  • Magento Standalone
  • Magnolia CMS
  • Maian Cart
  • MariaDB Multi-Region Cluster
  • Mattermost Chat Service
  • Minio Cluster
  • MODX
  • MongoDB Replica Set
  • Moodle
  • Multi-Region Redis Cluster
  • Multi-Region WordPress Standalone (BETA)
  • Multi-Region WordPress Cluster v1 (Alpha)
  • MySQL / MariaDB Cluster
  • Nexus Repository Manager
  • Node-RED Dev
  • Odoo Community Edition
  • Open Liberty in Kubernetes
  • OpenCart
  • OpenCMS
  • OpenFaaS
  • OpenVPN Access Server
  • osTicket
  • ownCloud
  • Plesk Hosting Platform
  • PostgreSQL Multi-Region Cluster
  • PostgreSQL Primary-Secondary Cluster
  • PrestaShop
  • qdPM
  • Redis cluster
  • Redmine
  • Spring Boot Fat Jar Builder
  • Spring Boot Thin Jar Builder
  • Tomcat/TomEE cluster with High Availability
  • Traffic Distributor
  • WebMail Lite
  • WildFly Continuous Deployment
  • WildFly Managed Domain Cluster
  • WordPress Cluster Kit v2
  • WordPress Standalone Kit
  • XWiki
Add-Ons
  • Database Backup/Restore Add-On
  • Database Cluster Recovery
  • Env Start/Stop Scheduler
  • File Synchronization
  • Git-Push-Deploy Add-On
  • HTTP/3 Premium CDN*
  • ionCube Add-On
  • Let's Encrypt Free SSL
  • Load Alerts to Slack (BETA)
  • New Relic APM
  • NGINX Amplify
  • TimeZone Change
  • WordPress Backup/Restore for the filesystem and the databases

Note: The provisioned set of JPS packages can vary on each particular platform as it depends on the hosting provider settings.

For example, the HTTP/3 Premium CDN add-on is supported on the following platform installations only.

The PaaS team frequently implements new solutions to extend this list. The majority of such updates are highlighted within the platform blog, so if you are interested, you can subscribe to be notified about all of the new utilities.

Installing Solution from Marketplace

Below, we’ll provide an example of a packaged solution installation.

1. To find a particular application, use a special Search box at the top-left corner of the Marketplace section. Type a phrase, and it will be looked for within solutions' names and descriptions (both for applications and add-ons).

search within marketplace

2. We’ll use the WordPress Standalone Kit as an example. Select it from the proposed search results to instantly open the installation frame. Alternatively, you can locate the required solution manually within the categorized list (Content Management section in our case), hover over to unfold additional details, and click Install.

install solution from marketplace

3. Based on the particular package, you may need to provide some additional data to customize the solution up to your needs. For example, it could be the preferable nodes count or specific option availability.

For a detailed overview of the WordPress Standalone Hosting peculiarities, refer to the linked article on our blog. In general, the basic settings (i.e. required by any application) are environment name, alias, and, if available, region.

solution installation frame

Click Install to continue.

4. The installation process may require up to several minutes, based on the selected solution.

solution automatic installation

Tip: You can track the JPS package installation process in detail via the Cloud Scripting console. While logged into your dashboard account, add the /console suffix to URL:

https://app.{platformDomain}/console

cloud scripting console

5. After all the required configurations, you’ll see a success frame. In our case, it additionally provides the corresponding administration data (which is also sent via the appropriate email notification).

marketplace installation success

Click the Open in Browser button.

6. Your ready-to-work application will be opened in a new browser tab.

WordPress automatically installed

That’s all! Now, you can enjoy using your application.

What’s next?