Click on the arrow key before the environment name within the dashboard to reveal the list of node groups it is consists of (e.g. load balancers, application servers, databases, etc). You can also expand these layers to view the separate containers and deployed contexts within. Furthermore, each node is supplemented with a list of attached IP addresses (internal and external IPv4/IPv6 ones).
Hover over a particular layer or container to see the pop-up icons with different functions.
Use these icons to perform the following actions:
- Use Set Alias option to set an alternative name for your layer/nodes (e.g. to define master and slave servers in a DB cluster).
- Click Open in Browser to access a node of the layer in a new browser tab (can be hidden for some stacks, e.g. Shared Storage or Maven build node).
- Select the Restart Node(s) option to restart the appropriate service inside a particular container or within the whole layer.
- Select the Config option to open the configuration file manager tab, where you can adjust node settings by modifying/removing existing and creating/uploading new files.
- Choose the Log option to view the log files for the nodes of the layer. A list of log files varies based on the selected instance.
- Click the Statistics option to track the data on CPU, RAM, Network, Disk space, and IOPS consumption for a separate node or a set of nodes in real-time.
- Select the Web SSH option to connect to your container over SSH protocol directly in the browser.
- Use the Redeploy Container(s) option to update nodes to the preferred tag (version).
- Some nodes can have additional options, such as Add-Ons (for installing available pluggable modules)
- The Additionally list allows you to configure container settings (Variables, Links, Volumes, CMD / Entry Point) and view SFTP / Direct SSH Access details. Also, depending on the node, it can contain other options (e.g. Reset Password or Admin Panel Login).