In the Cloud Panel, your projects are listed in a table in the Managed Cloud Hosting > Projectssection. This table contains the most important information on the individual projects:
Name: The name assigned to the project. You can change the project name at any time.
URL: URL at which the project can be accessed.
Status: The current project status.
Active: The project is active.
Deactivated: The project is deactivated.
Restarting: The project is rebooting.
Provisioning: he server is being set up. The progress is shown as a percentage.
Server: Name of the server on which the project is hosted.
To display all data for a specific project, click the project name. The list includes the following additional information:
Description: Description of the project. You can change the description at any time.
Server: Server on which the project is hosted.
Data Center: IONOS data center where the project is hosted.
IPs & URLs
IP: IP address at which the project can be accessed externally.
Port: Port number to which you can send web requests.
Port (SSL): SSL port number to which you can send web requests.
Host name: The host name under which the project can be internally accessed on the web server used.
Port: Port number for internal access.
IP (SSL): IP address at which the project can be accessed internally via SSL.
Port (SSL): SSL port number for internal access.
URLs: Status of the URLs assigned to the project. To remove a URL, click . To assign a URL, click Assign URL.
SFTP & SSH
Status: Current status of SFTP/SSH access. By clicking the status, you can change the SFTP/SSH access status at any time.
Active: SFTP/SSH access is active. Using Secure Shell (SSH), you can establish an encrypted network connection to your project.
Disabled: SFTP/SSH access is deactivated.
Hostname: The host name for the project. The host name is a unique name under which the project can be accessed on the web server used.
Port: Port for SFTP/SSH access
SFTP/SSH User: User name for SFTP/SSH access
Valid until: displays the date when the user account will be deleted automatically.
Public Key: Public key that is needed for secure authentication using the public key method. The public key method uses a private and a public key to log a user in. This allows the user to log in without a password. Within the authentication process, the password is only needed for safeguarding the private key. The public key must be stored in the project if you wish to configure key-based authentication.
Opens the Web console and establishes an SSH connection to your project's web space.
The Configuration menu item allows you to individually configure various system values, variables, statements and directives for the web servers, script languages and databases you use.
The Databases tab contains all the information you need to manage the database:
Host name: The host name for the database. The host name is a unique name under which the database can be accessed on the database server used.
Port: Port number to which you can send data management requests.
User: User name with which you can log into the database.
Password: Password with which you can log in to the database.
Admin area: Admin area for the database
Admin Area active: Shows whether the Admin Area is active or deactivated.
External Access Active: Shows whether external access to the database is possible.
The Configuration menu item allows you to configure various system values, variables, statements and directives for the database you are using.