Magento as a Service (MAS)

Magento is a very popular and convenient open-source e-commerce platform allowing to quickly build unique shopping websites both for the B2B and B2C industries.

EPAM Cloud supports Magento as a Service based on Magento 2.3.

For more information on Magento platform, visit the official Magento website.

Have a Question?

The current page gives the general information on the service and the main workflows. However, while working with the services, our users encounter new questions they need assistance with. The most frequently asked questions on EPAM Cloud Services are gathered on the Cloud Services FAQ page.
Visit the page to check whether we have a ready answer for your question.

Related CLI Commands

The table below provides the list of service-related commands and their descriptions:

Command Short Command Description
or2-manage-service...-s magento -a or2ms Activates the Magento service in the specified project and region
or2-describe-instances... -S magento or2din Displays the details of VM's created during the service activation
or2-describe-services... -S magento or2dser Describes the Magento service activated in the specified project and region

Further on this page, you can find more details on the Magento service manipulation.

Service Activation and Manipulation

To activate Magento as a Service, use the or2-manage-service (or2ms) command with the -a/--activate flag and the -s/--service-name parameter with magento value:

or2ms -p project -r region -a -s magento

To deactivate the service, run the same command with the -d/--deactivate flag:

or2ms -p project -r region -d -s magento

By default, Magento servers are MEDIUM-shaped VMs with CentOS operating system.

As soon as the Magento service is activated, its data can be retrieved using the or2-describe-services (or2dser) command:

or2dser -p project -r region -S magento

You can find the details on the VMs created within the service activation, by calling the or2-describe-instances (or2din) command with -S magento parameter:

or2din -p project -r region -S magento

Web UI

Once the Magento service has been activated, you can access its Web UI. The URL, login and password can be found in the response to the or2dser command.

Using the provided URL, login and password, you can access the Magento Web UI:


The service usage price is defined by the price of the VM created during the Magento service activation. A Magento server has the following default configuration:

  • Shape: MEDIUM
  • Image: CentOS7_64-bit

Therefore, the approximate monthly cost of one Magento instance of 100% and 24/7 load is about $41.53 in EPAM-BY2 region (as of 08/07/2018). The price can vary depending on the region and the usage pattern.
To get more detailed estimations, please, use our Cost Estimator tool.


More information on the Magento Service can be found in the EPAM Cloud Services Guide. For detailed description of the Maestro CLI commands used to manage the Magento Service, refer to the Maestro CLI User Guide.