Node.js Process Manager
Awesome web application process management and a monitoring tool for web applications, REST services and websites written in Total.js. We called it SuperAdmin. SuperAdmin is a great alternative to PM2 process management. All data are stored on your servers with a nice user interface and a low HW requirements.
Getting support for Total.js SuperAdmin is easy, whether from the author of Total.js or from the broad community of Total.js developers and contributors.
Next business day response
Chat or Email support
Hot bug fixes
Answers about documentation
Max. 1 hour of support time per month
Price for all 6 months
- MIT licence
- No NPM dependencies
- Generating SSL certificates with renewal
- SMS and Email alarms
- Personal Access Tokens for API
- Apps summarization
- Uses NGINX as a reverse proxy
- Simple GIT integration
- Daily e-mail summarization
- Auto back-up via FTP
- File browser
- App templates
- Fully responsive
Predefined app templates
We prepared a few app templates for everyone, just register the new app and choose the right template. SuperAdmin downloads a source-code and runs it as a new application. And of course, you can create your own app templates too.
SuperAdmin supports File browser which can read/create/modify files and directories directly in your web application.
- Total.js syntax highlighting
- Uploading files
A summary can show TOP 5 busiest applications in order. The table below shows all types which Summary collects. Developers can see loaded applications.
- CPU + Memory + HDD consuption
- Open files + TCP connections
- SSL expiration
- Requests counter
SuperAdmin supports simple monthly statistics and you can see a behaviour of all your registered Total.js applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which DB is used in SuperAdmin?
SuperAdmin uses embedded database, so you don't need to install any DB engine and you can run SuperAdmin on a low hardware requirements.
Can I provide e.g. Express.js apps?
Yes, you can run applications written in another framework than Total.js. But the application needs to contain specific configuration. Read more.
Does SuperAdmin use a reverse proxy?
Yes, SuperAdmin uses Nginx as a reverse proxy. SuperAdmin optimizes a default behaviour of Nginx for the performance and the security.
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