The Cloud Console provides interactive methods to build, manage, and deploy Commerce code. The Cloud Console is a more modern, user-friendly experience and lays the foundation for future interface enhancements.
Log in to the Cloud Console to view your project list.
The new or improved features include:
The new or improved features are as follows:
|Interact with a sortable list of running, pending, or historical actions. Select an activity and view logs or cancel a running build.
|Project and Environment overviews
|Open your project and see the overview of project details and environment list. The environment overview provides more details about the environment status, application access, and recent activities.
|Use simple forms and guidance to add integrations, such as Bitbucket or Slack notifications.
|The All projects view lists all projects that you have permission to access. You can click Show filters and filter your project list by type, region, or plan.
|Variable visibility options
|Limit the visibility of a project-level or environment-level variable during build or runtime.
Where can I find the Snapshots feature?
For Starter projects, the Snapshots feature is now called Backups. You can create a manual backup of your Starter environment from the Cloud Console or create a snapshot from the Cloud CLI. You must have an Admin role for the environment.
Select an environment from the project navigation bar. The environment must be active. Select the Backups tab. Currently, this option is not available for Pro environments.
Where is the list of configured routes for the environment?
You can find the list of configured routes on the Services tab for an environment.
Select an environment from the project navigation bar. Select the Services tab. The Router overview displays the configured routes. Currently, you cannot add a route from the new Cloud Console.
In the top right-hand corner is your account menu. Click the down arrow for the menu and select My Profile. In the My Profile view, you can control your user details and display settings, manage security authentication, API tokens, and SSH keys.