Cockpit is a server manager that helps the system admins to access the GNU/Linux servers via web browser. This software helps to access the server logs and to start and stop the services, see resource usage via a graphical interface.
By using the Cockpit we can monitor the server activities and add several servers, it is not only the monitoring tool it also allow us to do everything on the server.
How to Install Cockpit on Ubuntu Server
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install cockpit
Start Cockpit Service
systemctl start cockpit.socket systemctl enable cockpit.socket
Install additional packages storaged and NetworkManager
Cockpit use Storaged to monitor the disk, storages, and mounted drives.
Cockpit use NetworkManager to interact with systems network configuration.
sudo apt-get install cockpit-storaged sudo apt-get install cockpit-networkmanager
Access Cockpit using https://220.127.116.11:9090Replace 18.104.22.168 with your server public IP address.