Your projects are listed in a table in the Managed Cloud Hosting > Projects section. This table contains the most important information on the individual projects:

Name: The name assigned to the project. You can change the project name at any time.

URL: URL at which the project can be accessed.

Status: The current project status.

  • Active: The project is active.

  • Disabled: The project is deactivated.

  • Restarting: The server is rebooting.

  • Provisioning: The server is being set up. The progress is shown as a percentage.

Server: Name of the server on which the project is hosted.

To display all data for a specific project, click the project name. The list includes the following additional information:

Description: Description of the project. You can change the description at any time.

Server: Server on which the project is hosted.

Data center: 1&1 IONOS data center where the project is hosted.

Website tab

The following information is listed on the Website tab:

Application Management
  • Application URL: URL at which the installed application can be accessed.

  • Admin area: Admin area for the installed application.

SFTP/SSH Details

Start Web Console: Open the Web Console and establish a SSH connection to your project´s webspace.

Status: Current status of SFTP/SSH access. By clicking the status, you can change the SFTP/SSH access status at any time.

  • Active: SFTP/SSH access is active. Using Secure Shell (SSH), you can establish an encrypted network connection to your project.

  • Disabled: SFTP/SSH access is deactivated.

Host name: The host name for the project. The host name is a unique name under which the project can be accessed on the web server used.

Port: Port for SFTP/SSH access

SFTP/SSH user: User name for SFTP/SSH access

Vaild until: displays the date when the user account will be deleted automatically.

Public key: Public key that is needed for secure authentication using the public key method. The public key method uses a private and a public key to log a user in. This allows the user to log in without a password. Within the authentication process, the password is only needed for safeguarding the private key. The public key must be stored in the project if you wish to configure key-based authentication.

URLs: Status of the URLs assigned to the project.

To remove a URL, click . To assign a URL, click Assign URL.

External Access

IP: IP address at which the project can be accessed externally.

Port: Port number to which you can send web requests.

Port (SSL): SSL port number to which you can send web requests.

Internal Access

IP: IP address at which the project can be accessed internally.

Port: Port number for internal access.

IP (SSL): IP address at which the project can be accessed internally via SSL.

Port (SSL): SSL port number for internal access.

Databases tab

All information you need to manage the database is provided on the Databases tab.

Internal Access

Internal IP: IP address at which the database can be accessed internally.

Port: Port number to which you can send data management requests.

Admin area: Admin area for the database.

User: User name that you can use to log in to the database

Password: Password that you can use to log in to the database

Application configuration

Database Name: Name of the database used.

Database Username: User name that you can use to log in to the database.

Database Password: Password that you can use to log in to the database.

Host: Host on which the database can be accessed.

External Access

Public IP: IP address at which the database can be accessed externally.

Port: Port number to which you can send SQL queries.

Host name: The host name for the database. The host name is a unique name under which the database can be accessed on the database server used.