Configure service plan

Configure all Backing Services that your application requires in order to run. The service name needs to match the exact names in the provided “manifest.yml”. We need this information as the “manifest.yml” does not contain the information about the type and size of the Backing Services.

"Configure service plan" screen


Service configuration details

Tools menu

Parameters table




Browse and upload the binary file.


Browse and upload the manifest file.


Select the service from the drop-down menu.

Service Plan

Select the service plan from drop-down menu.

Service name

Enter a unique name for the service.

Service List

Displays the list of added services.


Short summary of the application.

Application credentials

Select the kind of data level access the application requires. There are three options:

  • None - no action on application credentials

  • Limited - read and manage assets permissions are granted.

  • Read and write - both read and write permissions are granted.


  1. Select an application in the "Preparation in Progress" state, from the "Dashboard".

  2. Click 135009058443.png to start the process of uploading the application. The "Upload" dialog box appears.



    • The zipped file size for binary uploads is limited to 1GB for Region Europe 1 and 250MB for Region Europe 2.

    • Define the services in the manifest file if service plans are selected from the drop-down menu. If you do not select any service, avoid defining services in the manifest file. The mismatch of the service plans can result the application to go to a failed state.

    • "Remediation Required" and "Deprecated" states are not applicable for the current release of the applications.

  3. Select a service from the "Service Plan" drop-down menu.

  4. Select a service plan from the "Service Plan" drop-down menu. Choose "n/a" for User Provided Services.

  5. Enter a service name and click "Add service".


    The Service name must be unique for each of the service listed in the Service Plan. If you try to enter a Service name that is already existing, a message will be displayed to inform you that the Service name is already present. In such a scenario, you should enter a different Service name.

  6. Enter the "Description".

  7. Verify the application credentials.

    • If you have already created app credentials in the Authorization Management, the system automatically selects the type of credentials allocated previously.

    • If you have already created app credentials in the Authorization Management, but now you want to select another type, then the selected value is sent to Operator Cockpit.

    • If you did not create any application credentials, by default, this is null.

    • If you select 'None' in the application credentials, the value is nullified irrespective of what you had chosen in Authorization Management app credentials.

  8. Click "Submit".