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    How to create a VM on eNlight Cloud?

    Once you sign up with our eNlight Cloud you may follow the below steps to create a VM on the eNlight Cloud:

    1. Login to your Client area.
    2. Click eNlight Cloud at your client area Dashboard.



    3. Click on the Second option under Action to create a shiny new VM.



    4. Click Create VM.



    5. Update your desired Display Name.

    6. Set the Scaling preferences. (Yes if you would like your VM to be scaled)

    7. If you have opted to Scale the VM then set your RAM and CPU limit that should be scaled up to. (You can set Max RAM of each VM up to 16 GB and CPU up to 24 virtual CPU’s )



    8. Click "Create VM".

    9. Copy the login information to notepad once the VM will get created, this may help for your future login. And it’s done!!

    Kindly note that since the eNlight Cloud is based on pay per use, you will be charged only for the consumed CPU and RAM resources instead of the resources allocated. Although the resources are scalable you would never be allocated more resources than your specified max limits.

    How to top-up my eNlight Balance?

    eNlight Control Panel has a very user friendly interface, in order to top-up your eNlight Balance you would just need to login to your client area and follow the below steps:

    1. Click eNlight Cloud at your client area Dashboard.

    2. Click on the First option under Action to generate an invoice and add funds to your eNlight Account.



    3. Update your desired Recharge Amount.

    4. Select the payment option which you would like to proceed with.



    5. Finally, select the desired payment gateway and checkout.

    Also, you can check your Paid invoice by clicking “View Invoices” and have an overview on balance summary.



    Kindly note that your funds will get reflect in your eNlight Balance within 2 hours from the time of that the payment was initiated. Also, it depends upon the backend processes of the payment gateway.

    How can I check my daily eNlight Cloud Billing / Usage?

    Being eNlight Cloud transparent to our customers, you could check the detailed billing of your eNlight Cloud even for every hour of the day, you may check your eNlight Billing following the below steps:

    1. Login to your client area.

    2. Click eNlight Cloud at your client area Dashboard.

    3. Click second option under Action

    4. Click on the 6th option under “VM Operations” next to the respective VM.



    5. Select Billing at the Resources drop down.

    6. Select Year/Month/Day at the respective drop downs.

    7. Finally, click Show Graph to view daily resource usage and billing amount of your VM.



    And hence, you will find how transparent is the eNlight Cloud billing !!

    Addons: Addons are the licenses that you need to purchase additionally on the respective VM according to your requirement, for example: cPanel/WHM License, Plesk Control Panel, Antivirus, Dedicated IP Address, SSL Certificates etc.

    How can I order Addons for my VM?

    You can order addons for your VM from the eNlight Control Panel itself, you would just need to follow the below steps:

    1. Click eNlight Cloud at your client area Dashboard.

    2. Click on the second option under Action

    3. Click on “Addons” >> “Add New Addon” Or Click 8th option against respective VM for which you need to add an addon.



    4. Select the respective VM for which you need to order an Addon >> Next.

    5. Tick the checkbox on the respective Addon that you wish to add to your eNlight VM >> Next.

    6. Mention requirement & description for the addon>> Next. And its done !!

    Kindly note that cost for the respective addon would be automatically deducted from your eNlight Balance initially and for recurring months until the addon / VM would be live.

    Manage VM.

    At your Manage eNlight >> VM List you have access for the following:

    1. View VM Console

    2. Force Shutdown VM

    3. Force Restart VM

    4. Edit VM Details and configurations

    5. Delete VM

    6. Check the daily resource usage and billing amount of VM

    7. Forecast Billing amount as per your VM Usage pattern

    8. Check the uptime duration of your VM

    Can I manage eNlight cloud from my Android Smart Phone?

    Yes, certainly you can manage eNlight cloud through your Android Smart Phone. You may perform the following functions on your VM using your android smart phone!

    1. Create new VM
    2. Start, Stop, Restart, Rename & Resize of your VM
    3. Resource monitoring of your active VM’s

    In order to download this application, Please go to “Google Play Store” and search for “eNlight cloud”.







    Once you finish the app installation,please setup onetime Transaction Password using “Manage Transaction Password” option in Manage eNlight tab of your billing account to login or contact customer service desk for assistance.

    For more details visit http://www.enlightcloud.com/mobile/help/

    Thanks & Regards,
    Jeffrey J
    WWW.EUKHOST.COM









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    Last edited by Asher Ross; 28-04-2014, 14:19.

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    Re: Manage your eNlight!

    Originally posted by JeffreyJ8 View Post
    How to create a VM on eNlight Cloud?

    Kindly take note that you would be charged daily on your base resources whatever it would be also, the resources would not exceed whatever you have set the max limit.
    Could you pls explain this. Isnt enlight billed only for the amount of resources used and not the amount of resources subscribed for?

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    • #3
      Re: Manage your eNlight!

      Originally posted by codybutler View Post
      Could you pls explain this. Isnt enlight billed only for the amount of resources used and not the amount of resources subscribed for?
      Hello Cody,

      Thanks for pointing it out

      You are correct, since the eNlight Cloud is based on pay per use, you would be charged for the consumed CPU and RAM resources instead of the resources allocated. Although the resources are scalable you would never be allocated more resources than your specified max limits.

      Now the main statement has corrected too

      Regards,
      Jeffrey

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