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How to create and to manage your environments

1. Click New Environment in the upper left corner of the management panel.

Note: you can also use buttons in the drop down menu with the following additional options:

  • Create an “Environment Topology” menu will open if you want to create a new environment (same as “New Environment” button)
  • Importa new window will open which will give you an option to choose a file with pre-established environment from a different MIRhosting installation which you can now import into the current environment

 

2. An “Environment Topology” window will open where you will be able to manage all your environment’s settings

 

 

3. When done with settings, just enter the name of the environment and click Create. Your new environment will appear on the top of the list of the administration panel with the following details:

  • Name includes the name of the environment, domain name and region icon. By clicking an arrow button next to the environment’s name you will be able to see the list of nodes that are included in the environment.
  • Status shows current state of your environment (launched, sleeping, stopped) or shows intermediary process that is taking place at the moment (creation, launching, cloning/replicating, exporting, installation, migration, deleting).
  • Distribution shows which software package was deployed in this environment or shows that application is being deployed in real time.
  • Resources show how many cloudlets and disc space is being used by the environment at the moment. You also can use “Payment history” button , which will open a separate tab with your expenses statistics (combined and for each node individually) for selected period of time.
  • Owner optional column (only visible if “Users management” functionality is envoked) displays environment owner’s name.

 

Functional environment icons

Point your cursor on the launched environment if you want to see additional icons.

  • Region
  • Open in browser
  • Settings
  • Clone/replicate environment
  • Change environment topology
  • Delete environment
  • Launch/Stop

 

 

1. Click on “Open in browser” , in order to open environment in new browser tab.

 

Note:  this option can be missing if your environment has Docker container or does not have an application server.

2. Click Settings to open a tab with a list of possible configurations.  This tab has 10 options: user domain, user SSL, SSH access, monitoring, end points, migration, access management, change owner, export and information. 

Select “User domain” if you want to get access to: domain name management and domain name exchange.

 

 

Select “User SSLoption and load necessary files in order to use your SSL certificates.

 

 

Click SSH access if you want to add your own public SSH keys and get secure access to your environment’s containers and execute tasks within your environment.

Note:  SSH setting are applicable for the whole record and not limited to a particular environment.

Select “Monitoring” if you want to drill into your environment’s resource consumption.

 

 

Use Load notification if you want to set up email notifications in the event of resource consumption exceeding predetermined levels.  

Use “Horizontal auto scaling” to set the recommended parameters for resources consumed by your application processor or memory.

Event log” contains records about all events which took place as a result of configuration changes in the above two functions.

“End points” tab allows you to manage your ports for TCP / UDP containers and provision direct connectivity to outside resources.

 

 

Select “Access Management” if you want to see a list of accounts that have access to the current environment.

 

 

If you need to grant access to your environment to a different account, click Add and enter the email associated with this new account.  You can also tick a check mark at Change topology/SHH access if you want to grant this functionality to user.  Click Save.  Click Save Owner if you want to grant access rights to a different account within the same platform.

 

 

Click Export if you want to create a single click downloadable file, which can be later restored within a different account or within a different hosting platform (different hosting provider) if you want to use and identical and ready to use environment.

 

 

Open Information panel if you want to see additional information about environment’s domain (Docker environments and environments without application server do not have this option available), domain’s creator/owner, region and date/time of creation. 

 

 

3. In order to clone (replicate) an environment, please click this button . A new window will open and you will need to create a new name for this environment and press the button to proceed.

4. In order to change the environment setup, please select option . Execute your desired changes and click Apply

5. In order to delete environment please click this button and confirm your intentions with your password input when prompted.

6. In order to change the status of the environment, please click this button to launch or this button to stop (these buttons are located in the status menu)