Setup Namespace

Reference documentation on how to set up a namespace


Servoy Cloud uses a concept called a namespace to organize your applications, delivery pipelines, and environments. Each Namespace serves as a unique identifier for your company or organization within the cloud.


To start using Servoy Cloud, you must first create your namespace. Without a namespace, you cannot create, manage, or deploy applications to the cloud.

Below are the steps to create your namespace:

Step 1: Provide Basic Information

You will need to specify the following information:

  1. Namespace: The name of your namespace.

  2. Application: The name of your first application within the namespace.

A valid namespace or application name must meet the following criteria:

- Composed of lowercase letters, numbers, or hyphens ("-").

- Maximum length of 50 characters.

- Starts and ends with alphanumeric characters.

These names are critical as they form part of the URL to access your cloud application.

For example, if you provide the following:

  • Namespace: servoy

  • Application: crm-application

Your application will be accessible at:

Step 2: Verify details

This step is to verify the namespace details you've provided. Please note that once confirmed, you can't make any changes to your namespace setup.

Step 3: Complete the setup

After confirming your namespace details, the namespace will be created in the cloud environment, allowing you to create, manage, and deploy applications in the cloud.

Your namespace is being set up behind the scenes. This process may take approximately 10 minutes. Please note that the duration may vary depending on various factors. Once the setup is complete, you will be able to access your namespace via the Servoy Cloud Control Center. Once the namespace setup is complete, the Home page will serve as a dashboard for the latest namespace activity.

Step 4: Open application in Servoy Developer

Once you have downloaded and opened Servoy Developer, use the Servoy Cloud Control Center credentials to log in.

After successful sign-in, a dialog box will appear prompting you to select your application.

After making your selection, the source code will be automatically checked out into your local workspace.

If the select application dialog does not show, switch into an empty workspace. This will ensure that you don't corrupt your application with files from an existing project.

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