Archon server assistant is ready to be deployed and used in the test environments, according to the developers of the software.
The software, which is being used to administer Archon, was launched in August and is now available to download from the official website.
Users can log in with their credentials using the web interface or by using a web-based interface, which has a number of options to suit different needs.
The Archon client is an open source program that can be installed on the Archon servers.
The server assistant can be launched by a user using the server application, which can then be configured with several options, including the ability to store logs of the system, control who has access to the system and set permissions on the system.
It can also be used to manage the system by assigning permissions to various users, such as administrators, network administrators and other users.
This will allow users to administer the system remotely, as well as remotely monitor it, for example by monitoring the number of transactions in the system’s mempool.
Archon is also able to host the server in a virtualized environment, as long as the virtual machine has been installed on an Archon system.
This enables Archon administrators to manage and administrate the server on a physical server without having to worry about a physical machine.
The team at Archon is working on several new features that will allow Archon to be used for more than just running the server software, including:A new server interface to be released to the public soon to enable Archon users to customize the Archons look and feel.
Users will also be able to connect to the server with a smartphone using the mobile app, which will allow them to see the system status and perform tasks related to the network, such to restarting and recovering services.
A new web interface to allow for easy access to information on the servers and services, including statistics, logs, statistics on system performance and more.
Archons current web interface allows users to access the servers statistics and monitor the performance of services, but the team is planning to introduce an additional feature that will give users access to statistics related to each service and its capabilities, such an access to logs of every transaction, the amount of transaction and the number transactions in a given block.
Archont servers will also become fully compatible with the new web app, with support for Chrome and Firefox browsers, with the team looking to expand this feature to the mobile web app soon.