Category: NodeWorx

NodeWorx Overview


NodeWorx is the system administrator interface for managing server-wide behavior and hosting (SiteWorx) accounts.
When you log into NodeWorx, the first thing you see is NodeWorx Home, which gives you an at-a-glance look at:

  • The current status of system services
  • Graphs showing recent CPU, Memory, and Bandwidth Usage
  • General server info

From there, you can navigate using the menu or use the Quick Search feature to get where you need to go.

Centralized Hosting Management

NodeWorx is a one-stop interface for setting up and managing your hosting business. In NodeWorx, you can easily:

  • Create and administer web hosting (SiteWorx) accounts
  • Configure hosting plans and resource limitations
  • Utilize the reseller system so your resellers can creates and administer hosting accounts
  • Create additional system administrator (NodeWorx) users and customize permissions
  • Change user themes, branding and language settings
  • Setup email alerts so you’re notified when problems are detected
  • Set up email alerts from system when problems are detected
  • And much more!

Complete Server Control

With every critical hosting service mapped to a section of the interface, NodeWorx acts as the captain’s chair of your server.

  • Need to tweak your MySQL memory cache limits? Add a few megabytes and hit the restart button.
  • Need to add some new DNS zones to your name server? The DNS Server configuration section has a robust interface for publishing DNS records.
  • Email, IMAP, FTP, NFS, spam protection, virus protection, SSH access, firewall rules and IP addresses are all configurable from the interface without ever having to look at a command prompt.

Check it out for yourself by clicking the demo button, or request a free two-week trial license to try InterWorx on your hardware!

Clustering

Clustering multiple servers together allows you to scale your offerings to meet the reliability and availability demands of modern web applications. In the NodeWorx Clustering menu, you can:

  • Set up the Cluster Manager (the system that will be used to manage the cluster)
  • Add or subtract nodes to dynamically scale your cluster
  • Create and manage load-balancing policies
  • Configure the cluster to function within multiple networking setups, for example NAT, single NIC/server, multiple NIC/server, external storage, etc. Take a look at our clustering basics and our clustering documentation for the basics and example setups.

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By: Corey Northcutt