After signing into your account you will be directed to explore your Cloud section which includes your deployed cloud server,

by clicking on any of your cloud servers you will review and manage your server details like the following screenshot

In the above screen you'll find :

Server's name at the top left corner, you can edit that name anytime by clicking on the edit icon residence beside your server name.
In the same line you'll find your cloud server status whether it running or powered off.
In the same line on the top right corner you'll find On/Off button that will allow you you to power on or off your server as you wish.
In the second line you'll find more details about your server like creation date, assigned plan of resources and current server's data center location.
Also in the second line at your right you'll find Terminal button and Destroy button, Terminal button will allow you to access your server directly, and Destroy button will allow you to delete your server permanently (be careful).

After that you'll find a ribbon includes Overview, Setting, Snapshots, Backups

In Overview section you'll find :

Server's IPv4.
The installed operating system.
Access credentials (username & password).

You can reset your server password using our auto generated randomly tool by clicking on Reset button, noting that you must power-off your server before resetting the password then power-on it again to apply resetting action.

In the same page at the right side you'll find add-ons section like the following screen

This section will allow you to :

Activate the Auto-Backup.
Add Volume (Block Storage or Secondary Storage).
Operate our OS-Firewall.
Monitor your monthly Bandwidth Quota consumption.
Enable Private Network.

After that you'll find Monitoring section,
which allows you to review your server performance in graphs live in Real Time or during various periods history.
the monitored performance metrics like Connection Speed, CPU Utilization and Disk IOps

Finally Activity Log Section,
which allows you to review all activities that done on your cloud server like : server creation date, powering on or off, renaming, enabling private network, firewall actions, auto-backup actions, snapshot actions, upgrading plan, bandwidth quota threshold reached notification, bandwidth quota overage notification.

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