There are eleven options within the environment Settings tab: Custom Domains, Custom SSL, SSH Access, Endpoints, Firewall, Monitoring, Collaboration, Change Owner, Migration, Export, and Info.
1. Select Custom Domains
to access the following suboptions: Domain Binding
and Swap Domains
2. Choose the Custom SSL option and upload the necessary files to apply your custom SSL certificate.
This feature can be configured only for the certified application servers and load balancers with public IP
3. In the SSH Access
section, you can see the Public Keys
, SSH Connection
, and SFTP / Direct SSH Access
tabs. The first one allows managing your public SSH keys
. The second one shows how to access your environment (either via SSH Gate
or Web SSH
). The third provides details on the connection over the SFTP/FISH protocols.
4. Within the Endpoints
section, you can manage the mapping of your containers TCP/UDP ports for ensuring their collaboration with external resources via a direct connection.
More info: Endpoints
5. The Firewall
section allows setting Inbound
and Outbound Rules
to manage access to your containers. These rules allow to explicitly define which connections should be accepted and which ones - blocked.
More info: Container Firewall
6. Select Monitoring
to configure resource consumption tracking for the environment.
Use Load Alerts for setting new triggers (or adjusting the default ones) to receive the appropriate email notifications in case the specified resource’s usage exceeds the stated limits.
Within the Auto Horizontal Scaling suboption, you can configure triggers to control containers number within the layers (except the Maven build node). Scaling conditioning is defined based on the CPU, Memory, Network, Disk I/O, and Disk IOPS consumption.
The Events History section contains records about all the events that occurred due to the triggers configured in the subsections mentioned above.
7. In the Collaboration
section, you can view and manage the list of accounts, which have access to the current environment.
In case you need to grant access to another user, click Add and fill in the Email field. You can also tick Change Topology / SSH Access if you would like to give such permissions. Click Save.
More info: Account Collaboration
8. Click Change Owner
to transfer environment to another user account within the confines of a single platform.
More info: Environment Transferring
9. Choose Migration
to move your environment to another set of hardware (region
Note: Availability of this option, as well as its allowance for each particular environment region, depends on your hosting provider’s settings.
More info: Environment Migration between Regions
10. Select Export
to pack all your environment’s settings and data into a single downloadable file. Subsequently, it can be restored at another hosting provider’s platform, creating an identical environment copy.
Note: Currently, Windows nodes, Storage, Elastic VPS, Maven, and Docker containers are exported without any data inside. In such a case, you’ll need to transfer the required files and configurations manually.
11. Switch to the Info
section to see additional information on the environment Domain
, its Owner
(can differ due to the account collaboration
, the Creation Date
That’s all of the environment settings