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Hosting Management

The Hosting Management interface allows you to view and search your accounts by filters, create accounts and manage the resources allocated to each of your shared hosting accounts. You can also delete, suspend or reactivate a hosting account at PlanetHoster.

This article presents the high-level interface, with links to more specific articles.

The PlanetHoster Glossary contains explanations on multiple topics and can be consulted to clarify certain terms

Note : Throughout all the articles related to hosting management, you will see the term “V2”. This means “Version 2”.

Hosting Infrastructure at PlanetHoster

Before we get into the details of hosting management, lets understand the infrastructure, which at PlanetHoster looks like this:

Two products are available at PlanetHoster: The World and HybridCloud.

The World is a shared hosting product. Two modes are available, namely the standard mode and the VIP mode: the latter contains more features than the standard mode. A web hosting account at PlanetHoster (namely, a World) can be managed through two control panels: N0C and cPanel, the later being retained only for existing accounts.

The second product, HybridCloud, offers a dedicated server. The HybridCloud solution allows the choice of location; the possible zones are Europe or North America.

Note : The N0C panel is systematically used for new accounts hosted at PlanetHoster; it is no longer possible to create a managed hosting account with cPanel.

Prerequisites

Enter the following address in your web browser: https://my.planethoster.com.

Note : Sometimes a pop-up window is blocked. If a message like “Pop-up blocked” is displayed, close the pop-up blocker. Refer to the article Authorize pop-ups.

Overview of Hosting Accounts

PlanetHoster has adopted a user-friendly interface to help you manage your hosting. However, PlanetHoster customers who only have domains do not see this interface.

The interface allows you to see, for each of your accounts at PlanetHoster, its domain, infrastructure, type of hosting server, country where said server is located, creation date, type (World or HybridCloud), platform for managing the hosting account (N0C or cPanel control panel) and status (active or suspended). You can also filter the account search. Finally, with a single click, you can connect directly to the platform supporting a given account.

To access the hosting account overview :

  1. Go to MY SERVICES > Hosting Management.
  1. Click on Hosting Management. The domains are displayed on the right (clear the cache or log in again if you have trouble opening the interface):
  1. Note the presence of three commands in the left panel: The World (Shared), HybridCloud (Dedicated) and Create.

The Overview of hosting accounts article provides the details about this view.

Note : Access to HybridCloud will soon be available from this interface.

Display Formats of the Hosting Account Overview

Two display formats of the hosting account overview are available.

  1. Locate the following two icons, the one on the right giving access to a table display:
  1. The icon on the left provides a detailed display of the hosting accounts:

Overview and Management of Shared Resources

The interface provides information to help manage the resources allocated to each of your shared hosting accounts and also to get a global overview of them.

  1. Click on The World (Shared) :
  1. The resource pool and the resource allocation management interface is then displayed.

Details are available in the article Overview and Management of Shared Resources.

Creation of an Hosting Account

The interface also allows you to create hosting accounts.

  1. Click on Create:
  1. The interface is designed to guide you step by step through the creation of a hosting account.

Details will be soon available in the article Account Creation.

Note that a Create button is also available in the main hosting management interface.

  1. Click on Hosting Management:
  1. Click on the Create button, which will also take you to the step-by-step interface for creating a hosting account.

Useful References

Please refer to the following articles if you want to learn about DNS management when linking PlanetHoster domains to other platforms:

PlatformArticle
AllLinking a PlanetHoster Domain to Shopify and Wix Platforms
ShopifyChanging Server Names For a Shopify Connection
WixChangement de noms de serveurs pour une connexion à Wix
SquarespaceConnecting a PlanetHoster Domain to a Squarespace Site
Updated on 17 December 2021

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