What is Web Console?
Web Console is a web-based application that enables end-users to manage their data. The console is a self-service programmed that allows us to perform operations, including download, backup, restore, and more for data management. The web console also enables us to download software packages, execute reports, and manage virtual machines on other tasks. The Web Console could be easily accessed from any remote computer system that runs one of the web browsers given below:
Key Features of the Web Console
There are various key features of the Web Console. Some of them are as follows:
Performing Backup and Restore of the Data
The Web Console helps us to perform several operations for data management. Some of them are as follows:
Viewing and Analyzing Web Reports
The Web Console offers access to a wide range of reports that we can use to view different activities in the CommCell.
Managing Virtual Machines
The Web Console offers users of virtual machines the ability to build, control and recover virtual machines of their own.
The Web Console helps us to clone our MSSQL databases. When this option is selected, the Web Console will open the Command Center interface that allows us to build and manage MSSQL database clones.
The Web Console offers access to the Administrator's forms and the behavior sent by the Administrator. The forms appear on the Forms tab, and the Actions tab shows requests.
Download Software Packages
The Web Console helps us to download software packages from a centralized console location.
Manage Storage Replications
The Web Console helps us to manage and create storage replications.
Opening the Browser Console
Two methods can be used to open the web browser console. Using a menu and a keyboard shortcut, we may open the Web Console in the Browser:
Method 1: From the Menu: We need to choose the "Browser Console" option from the Web Developer submenu in the Browser Menu to open the Web Console.
Method 2: From the Keyboard: If we want to open the Web console from the Keyboard, click on the Ctrl + Shift + J (Cmd + Shift + J on a Mac) at the same time.
The Toolbox will appear at the bottom, left, or right side of the browser window, and the Web Console will be enabled.
Web Console Logs