For this tool window to be available,
there must be a server run/debug configuration in
your project, or a cloud user account must be registered in IntelliJ IDEA.
The Application Servers tool window lets you manage your applications
on application servers and cloud platforms.
You can start and stop server run/debug configurations and connect to cloud platforms,
deploy and undeploy your application artifacts as well as
perform other, associated tasks.
By installing the Docker integration plugin you can add functions for working with
Docker images and containers.
All the available functions are accessed by means of the toolbar icons and context menu commands.
Start the selected run/debug configuration in the run mode.
For a local configuration, normally, the corresponding server will be started.
For a remote configuration, IntelliJ IDEA will connect to the server.
Start the selected run/debug configuration in the debug mode.
Stop the selected run/debug configuration.
For a local configuration, normally, the corresponding server will be stopped.
For a remote configuration, IntelliJ IDEA will disconnect from the server.
Deploy all the artifacts associated with the selected run/debug configuration.
Edit the settings for the selected run/debug configuration.