Managing Magnolia PaaS

The Cockpit contains several sections where you can manage the operations or your Magnolia deployment as well as view site metrics, check the health of your site, analyze logs, and much more.

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Cockpit sections

No. Section Description

1

Environments

Your Magnolia PaaS Environments section contains critical information about your deployment’s health, response times, and overall usage. You can view Statistics about the environment by release, component, and date range or you can Manage your environments directly from your Cockpit.

See Environments for more details.

2

Clusters

Magnolia PaaS runs on Kubernetes clusters. Kubernetes clusters are sets of node machines running containerized applications. One of the primary advantages of Kubernetes clusters is that they automatically manage your cluster to match the configured desired state.

See Clusters for more details.

3

Content delivery

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) allow you to quickly deliver your site content by caching content appropriately for improved speed and performance. Magnolia PaaS uses Fastly as the default CDN.

See Content delivery for more details.

4

Logs

Your Magnolia PaaS Logs section in the Cockpit displays logs for pods, domains, and ingresses. Each tab has dedicated filtering by their relevant components as well as by a date range.

See Logs for more details.

5

Audit

Please bear with us while we work on building out the Magnolia PaaS documentation.

See Audit for more details.

6

Admin

The Admin section of the Cockpit allows you to perform administrative operations on your subscription such as flushing individual (or all) query caches.

See Admin for more details.

7

Alerts

Magnolia PaaS alerts provide a closer look at the status of your cluster.

See Alerts for more details.
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