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Parallels Plesk Manager rolls into the Windows Phone Store

Parallels Plesk (parallels.com{.nofollow}) is a leading web server control panel for Windows and Linux. If you don't know what that means, you're probably not interested about this recent app the company has just released for Windows Phone 8.1. Plesk Manager for Windows Phone gives administrators access to the most important information about Parallels Plesk servers and control over core administrative functions.

Features:

  • View the list of services on a particular server.
  • View information about a server: OS, CPU, Parallels Plesk version and so on.
  • View vital indicators of a server health: CPU load average, memory consumption, swap usage, etc.
  • Subscribe to Parallels Plesk events and unsubscribe from them.
  • Authenticate themselves by a secret key.
  • Support health monitor events.
  • Roll back and retrieve a Parallels Plesk license key.
  • Restart a server.
  • Stop and start services on a particular server.
  • View Parallels Plesk access and error logs.
  • Restrict administrative access to Parallels Plesk.
  • Restrict administrative access to Parallels Plesk for a particular IP address from access log.

Plesk Manager is a free download from the Windows Phone Store, but connects only to Parallels Plesk servers which have corresponding permission granted by their Parallels Plesk license. Will you be using this for work? Let us know in the comments.

Mark Guim is Video Editor at Windows Central. He switched to Windows because the MacBook Pro isn't Pro enough. You can follow him on Twitter at @markguim.

12 Comments
  • Feems Saster...
  • :"D This never gets old.
  • Wish I could slap you in the face :)
  • Wow cool
  • Dear Cpanel We are waiting for you :)
     
  • +920
  • I was once a CPanel fan. I switched to Plesk quite a while ago and never looked back.
  • Glad I chose a plesk host over cpanel.
  • Make it for Windows 8.1/RT/10?
  • This is great. Hopefully they add administration tasks to the app in the future such as domains, mail, and apps.
  • Great wasting for c panel
  • I'm pretty sure Plesk had a windows phone app a couple of years ago when I had my 920. I stopped using the app because I stopped using Plesk.