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Services, support, and training - Temporal Cloud

Temporal Cloud includes the support, services and training needed to onboard you successfully, design and deploy your application efficiently and scale. Our team has extensive knowledge of the Temporal project, and a broad set of skills to help you succeed with any project.

Temporal Cloud provides support for break/fix issues and services to help with onboarding, design/code reviews for your application, and pre-production optimization.


The content of this page applies to Temporal Cloud customers only.

What are the services offered by Temporal Cloud?

We offer four services to Temporal Cloud customers. For access to any of these services, please create a support ticket or contact your dedicated account manager.

  • Technical onboarding: Every Temporal Cloud customer is offered a dedicated onboarding session led by a Developer Success Engineer. This session covers basic setup and Namespace planning and provides an overview of metrics and observability, an overview of development resources, and information you will need in preparation for your go-live.
  • Design and code reviews: Our team works with you to review your Workflow design and code to avoid potential issues and optimize your workload to run on Temporal Cloud. These sessions also focus on the optimization of your Workflow Actions and reduce your costs; they also reveal likely trade offs.
  • Pre-production optimization: We offer a dedicated session covering everything from identifying and troubleshooting the most common issues to observability setup, critical metrics to watch, and application design assistance.
  • Load tests: Our Developer Success team walks through the basics of scaling Workers and metrics. We also watch as tests are performed to ensure you have appropriate capacity to complete those tests.

What is the Temporal Cloud support guarantee?

Temporal endeavors to ensure you are successful with Temporal Cloud. We offer explicit guarantees for support. Temporal Cloud customers get break/fix support with an agreed-upon set of SLAs for prioritized issues. We use a ticketing system for entering, tracking, and closing these issues.

If an issue occurs, the team also provides support through a dedicated Slack channel, forums, and a knowledge base. We offer two levels of support defined by their availability and SLAs in the following table:

Response timesP0: 1 business hour
P1: 4 business hours
P2: 1 business day
P3: 2 business days
P0: 30 minutes
P1: 1 business hour
P2: 4 business hours
P3: 1 business day
Onboarding & SuccessDevelopment, deployment, and optimization guidanceDevelopment, deployment, and optimization guidance
ChannelsCommunity Slack, Email, Forums, Documentation, Knowledge BasePrivate Slack Channel, Email, Forums, Documentation, Knowledge Base

Business Hours: 05:00-17:00 Mon-Fri US Pacific Time. For P0 issues, coverage is 24×7.

Priority definitions

  • P0 - Critical (Production impacted)
    • The Temporal Cloud service is unavailable or degraded with a significant impact.
  • P1 - High (Production issue)
    • An issue related to production workloads running on the Temporal Cloud service, or a significant project is blocked.
  • P2 - Normal (General issues)
    • General Temporal Cloud service or other issues where there is no production impact, or a workaround exists to mitigate the impact.
  • P3 - Low (General guidance)
    • Questions or an issue with the Temporal Cloud service that is not impacting system availability or functionality.

For pricing details of these two levels of support, please visit our pricing page.

Temporal offers a ticketing system for Temporal Cloud customers. We have an active community Slack and an active community Discourse forum where you can post questions and ask for help.

How to create a Zendesk account for Temporal Support

Zendesk has a per organization setting to associate user emails based on the domain name. For Temporal Cloud users, there is no need to manually create a Zendesk account, as this included in the onboarding process.


This procedure applies only to Temporal Cloud customers whose contracts include paid support. If you need assistance and don't have paid support, post your request in the Temporal Community Forum or the #support-cloud channel of the Temporal workspace in Slack.

To access Temporal Support on Zendesk:

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using the company email address provided during your Temporal Cloud onboarding. You can log in using one of the following methods:
    1. Google Single Sign-On (SSO).
      1. Select Sign in with Google.
      2. Select the email address associated with your company.
    2. Email and Password.
      1. Enter your Email and Password.
      2. Select Sign in.
  3. You will be presented with a screen where you can submit ticket.

To request assistance from Temporal Support, see Create a ticket.

How to create a ticket for Temporal Support

You must have a Zendesk account with the same domain name as your Temporal Cloud account to create a ticket in Zendesk.


This procedure applies only to Temporal Cloud customers whose contracts include paid support. If you need assistance and don't have paid support, post your request in the Temporal Community Forum or the #support-cloud channel of the Temporal workspace in Slack.

To request assistance from Temporal Support, create a ticket in Zendesk:

  1. Go to
  2. Use your Temporal Support credentials to sign in.
  3. Choose Create a ticket.
  4. On the Submit a request page, choose your issue. Unless your request involves one of the specific areas listed, choose Submit a Ticket.
  5. In the form, enter the details of your request. Subject and Description are required.
  6. If you specify Priority (available only on the default form), follow these guidelines:
    • Select Normal for most issues.
    • Select High only for issues to which your service-level agreement (SLA) applies. If you're not sure, select Normal.
    • Select Page only if you are experiencing a complete service outage and urgently need contact with an on-call support person.
  7. At the bottom of the form, choose Submit.

What type of developer resources exist?

Temporal offers developer resources and a variety of hands-on tutorials to get you started and learn more advanced Temporal concepts.

  • Get started with Temporal: Start your journey with Temporal with this guide that helps you set up your development environment, run an existing Temporal app, and then build your first app from scratch using our SDKs.
  • Courses: Learn and apply Temporal concepts in our free, self-paced, hands-on courses.
  • Tutorials: Apply Temporal concepts to build real-world applications with these hands-on tutorials.
  • Example applications: Explore example applications that use Temporal and gain a clearer understanding of how Temporal concepts work in a complex application.