Five Mobile Apps For Server Management

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Mobile applications designed to manage servers are becoming increasingly popular in a world where mobile devices are becoming the main form of electronic communication. These server management applications are helping web-hosting companies to boost their sales numbers by allowing their customers to upgrade or purchase a domain right on the spot. Here are five choices for managing servers with a mobile application:

  1. 1&1 Cloud Server Management Android App

Customers of 1&1 have a choice between six different applications they can use to manage their cloud servers on the go. This one allows them to see their server’s status by looking at the display on the app. If there is a problem with a customer’s server, they have the ability to use the slider on the configuration menu to reconfigure the server. Using this application, customers also have the ability to customize the capacity of their hard drive, the CPU cores and the RAM.

  1. Rackspace Android App

Customers of Rackspace can use its Android application to not only set up, but also manage their cloud server along with any of the files on the server. They can even use this application to create a cloud-based server as well as resize or delete a server. Cloud file containers can be both created and used with the Rackspace Android App.

  1. SoftLayer Android App

SoftLayer’s Android App gives customers mobile access to their portal. It allows them to monitor their bandwidth and provide them with a summary of their current bandwidth cycle. They can use the application to create help tickets and reply to them as well. Email alerts can be set up so that when the customer has a request for support they will be alerted immediately.

  1. Go Daddy Android App

The Go Daddy Android App was updated a few months ago and now includes an email client customers can use to gain access to their Go Daddy email while they are on the go. The newest version of this application also comes with a feature that lets customers store their media and documents online and access those files regardless of where they are.

  1. SingleHop Android App

The SingleHop Android App has a slider feature that customers can use to make personal changes to any cloud components they have that are public. Customers can use this application to keep track of account activity that has taken place recently. As a customer’s server sees a spike in traffic, they can scale their server to either go higher or lower using this application. Another handy feature of this application is that it allows customers to view contact information from whatever team works with their account. In the next version of the SingleHop Android App, users will be able to use push notifications on invoices, account activity and new tickets.

All five of these applications make managing servers easier to do. This provides a great benefit to business owners because it enables them to manage their servers from any location.


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