With the Web interface, you can access almost all of the available functions.

The Web user interface includes the standard features of a Web application. For example, with the search box, you can select filtering criteria that are related to the objects you are searching for. If your search string includes an underscore, Application Services ignores the underscore as a wildcard. For example, if you have an application called test_qe and another application called testapp, when you type the search string test_ in the search box, both of the applications appear in the search result.

You can access applications, deployments, and the cloud environment depending on the group associated with your user account when you log in to the Application Services appliance. All of the users can see the sample applications, services, tasks, logical templates, external services, operating systems, and tags included in the Application Services library.

The Application Services title bar includes a drop-down menu that lists the main categories Applications, Deployments, Clouds, and Library, and subcategories under Clouds and Library. From the Application Services title bar, you can select another category to navigate from one page to another.

The Applications page organizes all of the applications. From this page, you can create and edit the sample or custom applications to deploy to a cloud environment. The Deployments page lists both successful and failed deployments. From this page, you can open a deployment summary page where you can initiate an update process to scale clustered nodes, modify the configuration, and tear down or delete a deployed application. The Clouds category lets you create cloud providers and deployment environments. The Library category lets you create services, external services, policies, logical templates, tasks, operating systems, tags, artifact repositories, and artifacts for your application. You can also use the sample services and other components in the library to model an application blueprint.