ServerSuit® is a SaaS control panel for remote Linux administration, monitoring, website hosting, and server setup automation.
ServerSuit browser based SaaS allows to manage an unlimited number of Linux servers in virtual environment through any device or platform. Web panel is aimed to simplify user-server interaction by building own scripts and creating tasks, store them within the system, and launch later manually or set for automation. Intuitive GUI gives enough freedom to create and use custom templates saving your time in the long run. ServerSuit’s 100% portability, along with its ability to run tasks across multiple servers directly contributes to:
ServerSuit offers a very flexible and cost effective pricing model tailored to your needs. More on pricing here.
ServerSuit is a completely new way to manage your Linux servers. Try it now!
With ServerSuit, we are aiming to create an adaptable user experience that is scalable to your needs and skills.
The basic idea behind our pricing structure is that the more you use ServerSuit the less it should cost you. This approach is implemented in two models,Time based and Usage based:
You can move from the limited FREE Plan to PAYMENT Plan with two adjustable payment models (Usage based plan currently unavailable). To switch between two models, note that any remaining credits to be recalculated and applied toward just activated model. For example: A user has signed up for ServerSuit's Time based plan paying quarterly. Within a month since the first payment, the user finds that Usage based plan may fit better. The user logs into the account and changes payment plan settings to Usage based plan. Since one month has already passed, some amount of his initial payment to be "consumed." Remaining money to be transferred to Usage based plan and used to purchase service time according to the hourly rate and existing volume discount.
User payments are not refundable.
In order to start using ServerSuit, please register here. Choose a pricing model that better suits your needs and log in to Dashboard. Once you’re logged into our Dashboard, you will be able to add servers and perform administrative and management tasks: create new accounts, manage domains and databases, monitor resource consumption, etc.
You must have a Linux server with a supported OS installed.
Make sure that no other software, except the OS, is installed on the server. Any previously installed software may conflict with ServerSuit and needs to be removed. Just do the Sync Up and start using the system. The list of supported Linux flavors given below.
In the current release we do not provide ability to migrate from other Linux server control panels. We plan to enable migration in Q1 of 2019.
All you need to do is to stop using your ServerSuit account. We will not block your access to the servers you managed with ServerSuit, nor will remove any installed or configured software from your servers.
When a client’s server is added to the server list inside ServerSuit’s dashboard, the server can be accessed using an account with root privileges. Note that this account will not be remembered by ServerSuit. Instead, ServerSuit will create a new “SYSTEM” account that will be used to manage the server. Real user names as well as passwords for this account are generated automatically by a proprietary algorithm and are not known or accessible by anyone. These generated credentials are stored and encrypted within ServerSuit domain. The “SYSTEM” account is also used to perform any operation on managed servers. Note that we do not install any "client" software on managed servers. All tasks on managed servers are executed using pre-built or dynamically generated shell scripts. We do not keep connections to your servers open. After executing a requested operation, ServerSuit immediately disconnects, so no resources on your servers are wasted running our software.
We do not install our "client" software on managed servers. For more details please read our Blog.
Currently SaaS is the only option, but we are planning an Enterprise Solution with the on-premises deployment architecture.
ServerSuit software resides on a set of dedicated servers at OVH data center in Canada. The data center provider has completed ISO/IEC 27001 certification, SOC 1 Type II and SOC 2 Type II certifications, and maintains high security data centers with 24/7 surveillance, redundant power supplies and UPS backup systems among other measures. More details can be found on provider’s website: https://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/certifications.xml
ServerSuit has a password recovery system. You will be able to configure the intricacy of password recovery in your account settings.
ServerSuit stores SYSTEM account credentials when uses Full Trusted Mode (with or without tokens), custom scripts and templates, your account information (e-mail, address, etc).
We also log and store the following:
We do not store:
For better security and data protection ServerSuit Service utilizes a three-tier approach:
Here is a bit more details about particular implementation.
ServerSuit data storage is spread among multiple nodes (Node Servers). Access to each NS is available only via firewall protected API that limits set of IP addresses, from which the servers can be accessed. The key for reading encrypted data can be obtained only from the one of Web Application Servers.
After credentials are decoded, a SSH connection is created between an NS and a managed server, and scripts that needs to be executed are transferred directly to the managed server. Once transfer is finished, the client is launched using “SYSTEM” account.
While script is running on the client's server, callback is performed periodically to provide information about scripts execution status to a WAS. Callback data contains temporary 128-bit encrypted key identifying the server and executed script as well as process information. On WAS data is decoded and the execution status on the dashboard is updated. Once it happens, the key is destroyed.
All the connections to the managed servers are conducted via SSH, which provides high level of protection. Callback works via HTTPS, which uses a valid 128 bit SSL.
ServerSuit SaaS resides on a set of dedicated servers at OVH data center, Canada. The Data Center Provider has ISO/IEC 27001 certification, SOC 1 Type II and SOC 2 Type II certifications, and maintains high security Data Centers with 24/7 surveillance, redundant power supplies, and UPS backup systems among other measures. More details can be found on provider’s website: https://www.ovh.com/us/about-us/certifications.xml
Registration of Customer’s Managed Servers may be accomplished using either Automatic or Manual registration procedures.
Vendor provides two modes of access to Customer’s Managed Servers. Please read more in Documentation section.