Control your servers and businesses on the go with Plesk Mobile
Okay, how do I get started?It couldn’t be easier:
- Install the application on your device
- Enter your Plesk server’s IP address or hostname and Plesk admin credentials to access it
What’s next?Let’s go back to the example with CSS styles editing. Say you run a website and you need to make quick changes on the go. Here’s what you need to do: Run Plesk Mobile, open the file, edit the file using the built-in editor. Easy as pie! Or if you need more control? You can access Plesk right from the app and configure your website using additional tools, such as Ruby or Node.js applications. However, we strongly advise against editing the code directly on the production server. Consider yourself warned! It’s better to use the new “cloning & staging” feature of the Plesk WordPress Toolkit in order to test your changes in a test environment before rolling them out to production. Finally, to improve security, configure two-factor authentication by installing an additional passcode which you will need to enter every time you open the application.
Server management without bordersLet’s go further. Now, imagine that you are the administrator of one or more Plesk servers. Your boss calls at two o’clock in the morning and says that the corporate website shows a 503 error (Service Temporarily Unavailable), but you are miles from home, or a computer.
- Enter access information for the affected server. This gives you the ability to manage all websites it hosts via the Domains tab.
- However, to access the rest of the functionality, you need to install Plesk Mobile Center, a supplementary application that enables Plesk Mobile to communicate with Plesk servers via API. Just click Install, and the application will be installed on the server in a few seconds.
- Next, open the Services tab and restart the Apache Web Server.
Finally, you can go back to that margaritaWait a minute, but what was the reason behind that failure?
- At the very least, you can check the resources of your server and try to look for errors in the logs.
- In addition, you can configure push notifications to always be aware of what is happening on your servers.
But there’s more!Okay, now for the ultimate nightmare scenario: you are the owner of a hosting business and enraged customers are rioting on your porch. They are demanding access to new features and improved security of their hosting, but the bubble bath you’re taking is just too cozy. How do you fix the situation? Easy! Run Plesk Mobile, head to the Extension Catalog, select any extension you want, and install it on the server. That’s all! The feature is already available to customers, and the bath hasn’t gone cold yet. For example, you can protect websites via integration with ServerShield by CloudFlare, issue free SSL certificates with Let’s Encrypt, use WordPress and do a whole bunch of other cool stuff.
And that’s all?Of course not! Now, all these delights are available on the iPad as well!
- Bubble baths are comfy.
- Margaritas are delicious.
- Jamaica is chill.
- Plesk Mobile saves nerves, improves your quality of life, and enables you to manage your Plesk servers from anywhere, anytime.
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