- Using jrctl To Perform Privileged Actions
The JetRails jrctl tool provides access to unprivileged (non root) users to make changes to the firewall and grants ability to restart system services. With access to jrctl, your team has access to commonly needed tools without escalating to server admins.
- Using JetRails One-Time Secret
Sharing sensitive information on the internet has always been a challenge. Ideally information would be shared securely with the intended audience once and disappear there after. This is why we created our One-Time Secret service. There are many ways to interact with our service, whether it is through our website, CLI tool, or API.
- How To Create A Hosts Entry Record
Local DNS (Domain Name System) mapping is a wonderful function that is built into your operating system. With a hosts file, you can dictate the resolution of hostnames to IP addresses. Instead of your local computer reaching out to a DNS server to resolve a domain name, this process can be short-circuited using your computer's hosts file.
- Download Magento Assets Using MageRepo
MageRepo provides a set of tools that enables anyone to download and install Magento releases and patches. These resources are accessible through a cross platform CLI tool, a RESTFUL API, and a GUI interface via our website. These diverse set of tools allow users of all types to access the complete Magento release archive.
- Developing With Magento Using An Alpine Docker Cluster
Set up an easy to use local Magento development environment with JetRails' custom Docker containers. This project allows for an out of the box deployment of any version of Magento utilizing tools like Docker Compose, Docker Sync, and our very own MageRepo.
- How To Create A Magento 2 Admin User From The Command Line
There may be a time where you are locked out of your Magento admin panel and only have access to a secure shell to the server that controls your installation. This guide will show you how to create and manage your Magento 2 admin users from the command line interface (CLI).
- Multiple Redis Servers With Systemd
When installing redis for the first time, it comes out of the box with a single server installation. This is not a problem if you are running a single process within your application, but if you are interested in running multiple redis servers with the intent of optimizing and parallelizing your requests, then this guide is just what you need.
- Magento 1 Cloudflare Extension
As a CDN Technology Partner, Cloudflare brings security and acceleration enhancements to the JetRails Hosting Platform. We picked the most relevant features for online merchants and built them directly into your Magento Administrator Control Panel. Control and modify these powerful features without leaving your store’s admin portal: Global CDN Passthrough, DDoS Mitigation, Cache Purge, JS Minification and Image Optimization, and many more. This extension supports both Magento 1 Open Source (CE) and Magento 1 Commerce (EE).
- Magento 2 Cloudflare Extension
As a CDN Technology Partner, Cloudflare brings security and acceleration enhancements to the JetRails Hosting Platform. We picked the most relevant features for online merchants and built them directly into your Magento Administrator Control Panel. Control and modify these powerful features without leaving your store’s admin portal: Global CDN Passthrough, DDoS Mitigation, Cache Purge, JS Minification and Image Optimization, and many more. This extension supports both Magento 2 Open Source (CE) and Adobe Commerce (EE).
- Magento 2 Varnish Extension
The JetRails extension for Varnish® is a powerful tool that enables developers and Magento 2 site maintainers to manage Varnish Cache™ in a more effective manner. This extension supports both Magento 2 Open Source (CE) and Magento 2 Commerce (EE). This module supports environments with multiple Varnish servers configured. Features include strategies for purging all cache, specific URLs, based on Magento Cache-Tags, and even the ability to interface with Varnish directly and supply a custom rule. Varnish Cache™ can bypass certain pages from being cached by setting rules based on URL path, Magento's route/module/controller/action, wildcard patterns, and RegExp patterns. Additionally, verbose HTTP response headers can be turned on to debug your store's Varnish configuration whilst it is in development.