Licensing Upgrading and ADS

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WolfTech12 posted this 31 March 2018

I searched the Wiki and forums and wasn't able to find an answer/method to this statement on the website:

"Existing McMyAdmin licence holders will be able to use AMP to manage their Minecraft servers, and will have the option to upgrade to a full AMP licence to run any application they choose."

So first question, how do I upgrade my existing McMyAdmin Pro license to a full AMP license?

Another statement on the website that I have been unsuccessful in finding an answer to:

"Yes! AMP will allow you to create, manage and monitor different services and applications from a single web interface."

The only thing that comes close to what is this statement applies to is something called 'ADS'. So my next barrage of questions...

How do I manage multiple instances/servers from one web interface in AMP? What the heck is 'ADS' and what does it stand for (if anything)?

I am running AMP on Windows Server 2012 r2 virtual machine within Windows Server 2012 r2 Hyper-V with a full GUI installation on both. I currently posses a MCMyAdmin Professional License with one server attached to it and I'm attempting to start a second Minecraft server on the same box. However, I'm trying not to have multiple tabs open to manage both servers.

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Mike posted this 31 March 2018

MCMA2->AMP licence upgrades is going to be offered after AMP leaves beta and aren't available at this time. The reason for this is that while AMP is at the reduced price for its Beta period it's the same price as the planned MCMA2->AMP licence upgrades, so it doesn't make any sense to offer it since you might as well just buy full, new AMP licences at the same cost if you want it today.

ADS (Application Deployment Service) is an AMP module. So just as you might create an instance with the Minecraft module or with the ARK module, you can create an ADS module. These instances look after other instances and centralise their management.

ADS instances require that you have a full AMP licence. Once you create one there's a wizard it takes you through to configure whether it's working in controller/target mode or standalone mode.

The centralised management via ADS currently requires that you use the Nightly builds.

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WolfTech12 posted this 31 March 2018

Thank you.

Regarding the Nightly builds, how do I go about enabling that?

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