Data Storage Containers
- Clone Environment
- Create Environment
- Environment Aliases
- Environment Aliases
- Environment Migration between Regions
- Environment Regions
- Environment Transferring
- Environment Variable
- Environment Variables
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- Environment Variables(Load Balancer)
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- Environment Variables(PHP)
- Environment Variables(Ruby)
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- Spring Boot Standalone and Clustered Java Applications with BitssCloud
- Timezone Data for Java/PHP App Server
- Tomcat HTTP to HTTPS redirect
- WildFly server
LiteSpeed Web Server
Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
- Database Configuration
- Database Connection Strings
- Database Hosting in BitssCloud
- Environment Variables(Database)
- Galera Cluster not working
- How to export/Import Database via Command line
- How to install MSSQL server on Linux (2017)
- MariaDB/MySQL Auto-Сlustering
- MongoDB Database Backups
- PostgreSQL Database Backups
- PostgreSQL Database Replication
- PostgreSQL Master-Slave Cluster
- Remote Access to PostgreSQL
- Schedule Backups for MySQL and MariaDB Databases
- Scheduling Databases Backups
Domain Name Management
- Container Redeploy
- Custom Domain Name
- DNS Hostnames for Direct Connection to Containers
- How to Bind Custom Domain via A Record
- How to Bind Custom Domain via CNAME
- Multiple Custom Domains on an Nginx Web Server
- Multiple Domains with Public IP
- Multiple Public IP Addresses for a Single Container
- Setup WordPress Multisite Network with Domain Mapping and CDN
- Creating Environment for PHP
- Deploy PHP Project Via GIT SVN
- How to Check Change PHP Version in BitssCloud
- How to create environment for AngularJs/ReactJs
- How to Enable PHP Extensions
- How to Install Custom PHP Application
- Ion cube Loader
- MariaDB PHP connection
- MySQL PHP Connection
- NGINX PHP
- PHP App Server Configuration
- PHP Connection to MongoDB
- PHP security settings
- PHP Session Clustering
- PostgreSQL PHP Connection
- Running Multiple Domain Names on Apache Server
- Security configuration for Apache
- Zero Downtime (ZDT) Deployment for PHP
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- CentOS VPS
- Elastic VPS configuratation
- Elastic VPS with full root access
- Installation of cPanel in BitssCloud
- Java Console Application with CentOS VPS
- Linux VPS Access via Public IP
- Linux VPS Access via SSH Gate
- Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS
- Setting Mail Server Inside CentOS VPS
- SSH Access to VPS Gate
- Ubuntu VPS
- Ubuntu with CSF Firewall
- Application Server with horizontal scaling
- Automatic Horizontal Scaling
- Automatic Horizontal Scaling: Multi Nodes
- Automatic Vertical Scaling
- Database Horizontal Scaling
- Docker Containers Horizontal Scaling
- Horizontal Scaling
- Load Balancer with horizontal scaling
- Memcached horizontal scaling
- Storage Container
- VPS Horizontal Scaling
- Apache & NGINX Modules
- BitssCloud Dashboard Guide
- Build and Deploy Hooks
- Cron Job scheduler
- FFMPEG Setup
- File Synchronization
- FTP Overview
- FTP/FTPS Support in BitssCloud
- How to Deploy Magento into BitssCloud PHP Cloud
- How to Enable Expert Mode in JCA
- How to open a support ticket to BitssCloud
- Installation of FTP
- Kubernetes Cluster
- Reduce Cloud Waste with Automatically Scheduled Hibernation
- Run Configuration
- SFTP Protocols for Accessing BitssCloud Containers.
- Supported OS Distributions for Docker Containers
- Timezone Addon
- Two-Factor Authentication
- Types of Accounts
- Websockets Support
- What is Cloudlet
- What is PaaS & CaaS
- WordPress AddOn
- Zero Code Change Deploy with No Vendor Lock-In for Smooth Migration across Cloud Platforms
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Data Storage Container
Account & Pricing
Elastic VPS configuratation
All of the supported virtual private server types at BitssCloud (i.e. based on CentOS, Ubuntu, and Windows) share the similar installation flow and the main management options. So, to get your Elastic VPS hosted and configured inside the BitssCloud PaaS, follow the next instructions on how to:
- create VPS
- scale server
- manage instance
Elastic VPS Installation
To setup your VPS inside the BitssCloud PaaS, follow the next steps.
1. Click the New Environment button at the top pane to access environment topology wizard.
2. Herein, click on the VPS section at the bottom left corner and choose the needed VPS (CentOS 7.2 in our example) from the expandable options list.
Note: When enabling VPS of any type, you’ll automatically get the Public IP address(es) attached to the corresponding node (one per instance).
Specify cloudlet limits for this node, scale it out (if required), select the preferred region (if several of them are available), type the name of the environment and click on Create.
3. In a couple of minutes, your new environment with the chosen virtual server will appear at the dashboard. You’ll also receive an email notification with its administration data (i.e. login/password credentials, attached Public IP and access URL).
Also, you can view the Public IP address directly in the dashboard. If you’ve lost access to your VPS server or want to change the admin credentials for it, click the Reset Password button as it is shown in the image above.
Elastic VPS Scaling
The flexibility of VPS hosting in BitssCloud PaaS is achieved due to automatic scaling, both vertical and horizontal, that is easily tuned during environment topology creation and configuration.
Automatic vertical scaling is ensured by systems ability to provide the required resources due to load. Herewith, you can choose the scalability limits for your server, which prevents outages during unexpected load spikes and at the optimize hosting costs.
To scale your environment, you need to increase/decrease the maximum number of available resources (cloudlets) by adjusting the cloudlet sliders in the Vertical Scaling per Node section.
BitssCloud horizontal scaling functionality allows to easily adjust the number of servers in your environment using the appropriate “–” and “+” buttons. Herewith, you can select the preferred scaling mode:
- Stateless – simultaneously creates all new nodes from the base image template
- Stateful – sequentially copies file system of the master container into the new nodes
Make sure to Apply changes you’ve made.
Elastic VPS Inbuilt Tools
Most of the basic configurations on your VPS instance can be performed directly via dashboard UI with a set of inbuilt tools, provided by BitssCloud.
Note: The configurations on the Windows VPS can be applied via the connection only.
The in-built configuration file manager is designed to manage (create/delete, upload/download, edit) files inside your container, as well as setup mount points and manage exported data.
The appropriate tab can be opened by clicking on the Config button next to the necessary VPS node (or the whole layer).
Logs tracking is a useful option for the efficient management of your VPS. Here, data on all aspects of your container(s) lifecycle is gathered, which may come in handy while troubleshooting and debugging your applications and services.
The appropriate section can be accessed by clicking on the Log button next to the necessary VPS node (or the whole layer).