Basic Cloud Server Navigation

1. Dashboard - Gives you an overview of the current resources in your cloud environment (CPU, memory, storage, IOPS/h, and usage log)

2. APPLIANCES - Shows the your virtual server and load balancer
2.1 Virtual Server: To manage or config your server click on the label of the virtual server. If you want to create a server, click Build

Virtual Server - Top menu bar
Overview: Details of the virtual server
Networking: Management of network interface, IP address, and firewall
Storage: Management of disk
Backups: Management of backup 
Console: Console access 

To additional settings and configuration of your virtual server, click Tools. You will see the following options:

Power Options - Managing the power settings of your virtual server
- Reboot Virtual Server
- Reboot in Recovery: Boot your server into recovery mode
- Shut Down Virtual Server
- Boot From ISO: Boot your server from an ISO that you have uploaded (for instructions on how to upload an ISO, please see our Knowledgebase)

Performance Options

- Segregate Virtual Server: This option allows you to permanently separate two servers from running on the same host to allow for higher stability for load balanced servers


- Reset Administrator Password: Reset OS password from the Cloud Panel
- Set SSH Keys: Install your uploaded public key into your server from the Cloud Panel (for instructions on how to upload public key, please see our Knowledgebase)

VS Options                      
- Rebuild Virtual Server: Change OS of your server
- Edit Virtual Server: Change the resources of your server
- Migrate Virtual Server: Move your virtual server from one physical server to another (not recommended)
- Delete Virtual Server: Delete your server

Network Options

- Edit Firewall Rules: Set firewall policy
- Manage Network Interfaces
- Rebuild Network: Add/remove additional IP addresses

2.2 Load Balancers - Management of your load balancer(s)
To create a new load balancer, click Add New Balancer

3. Components 
3.1 DNS
Managing your DNS service

3.2 Templates (System Template - Public Template, My Template, and ISOs) 
A list of available OS that can be used to create virtual servers on our system. Also contains a list of our own templates that you have created.

คุณสามารถ Upload ISO ที่คุณต้องการได้ กด Upload ISO เพื่อทำการ Upload ไฟล์ ISO ลงบน Server เพื่อให้ Server ของคุณโหลดใช้งานได้

4. STATS (Cloud Usage)
Shows the usage statistics of your servers

View and manage your profile

6. BILLING (Plans)
Shows the prices of resources 


Click on the label of the pricing plan to see the details

7. TOOLS (Logs)
Shows your user activity log

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