IntelliJ IDEA 13.1.0 Web Help

Some features described here are available in Ultimate edition only.

File | Settings | IDE Settings | Clouds

settings

Use this page to configure accounts in the supported clouds.

Toolbar

Item Description
add Create a new account. Note that the list of suggested clouds depends on the enabled plugins.
delete Delete the selected account from the list.

CloudBees

Refer to the CloudBees documentation for details.

Item Description
Name Enter the account name.
Domain Enter the domain name.
Username (email) Enter your email.
Password Enter your password.
Test connection Click this button to make sure the credentials are entered correctly.

Cloud Foundry

Refer to the Cloud Foundry documentation, and in particular to the Cloud Foundry Glossary for details.

Item Description
Name Enter the account name.
Version Select the available version from the drop-down list.
Username (email) Enter your email.
Password Enter your password.
Provider (API URL) Select the desired provider from the drop-down list.
Organization Select the desired organization name.
Space Select the desired space name.
Load Click this button to load the list of organizations and spaces.
Test connection Click this button to make sure the credentials are entered correctly.

Google App Engine

Item Description
Name Enter the account name.
Username (email) Enter your email.
Test connection Click this button to make sure the credentials are entered correctly.

Heroku

Refer to the Heroku documentation for details.

Item Description
Name Enter the account name.
Username (email) Enter your email.
Password Enter your password.
Upload public SSH key Click this link to show the dialog box, where you have to specify the file that contains your public SSH key.
Test connection Click this button to make sure the credentials are entered correctly.

OpenShift

Refer to the OpenShift documentation for details.

Item Description
Name Enter the account name.
Username (email) Enter your email.
Password Enter your password.
Domain Enter the domain name.
Upload public SSH key Click this link to show the dialog box, where you have to specify the file that contains your public SSH key.
Test connection Click this button to make sure the credentials are entered correctly.

See Also

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