To optimize the performance of heavy Magento stores or websites, we highly recommend implementing a separate Magento admin server. This approach segregates the backend activity of the website from the frontend traffic, ensuring that users do not experience any issues due to admin activity.
By hosting the frontend activity on a web instance and the admin server separately, the Magento admin server can handle all backend activities such as crons, API integration, custom scripts, and heavy computation. Separating these backend activities from the frontend saves resources on the frontend server and provides a smooth experience for both developers and website users.
The backend server can only be accessed via VPN.
Long Running Tasks
Run long backend processes like stock or product imports and updates.
The backend traffic is fully split from the frontend. Customers can shop while no backend process blocks the magento shop.
How it works
The Magento backend requests are distributed to the Admin server via the load balancer. The Admin server serves the backend requests for fast response and reduces the server load.
The Admin server separates the application logic and the backend from your user interface. It offers modularity that is useful for testing, readability, and server maintenance.
Improved User Experience
The backend tasks are shifted to the admin server, which frees up the front end and enhances user experience.
Get more control over backend operations like managing orders, inventory, and CMS content updates and shipping.
Reduce Server Load
The admin server serves only the backend requests. The frontend server isn’t overwhelmed with backend activities.
The cron jobs and other scripts are located on the admin server. Configure the commands or scripts that systematically run and perform the intended tasks.
The Magento 2 Admin Panel or the Magento backend is a user interface accessible to store owners. It performs administrative tasks such as updating products, processing orders, managing campaigns, new posts, etc.
After logging into the Magento default admin area, we can see the Admin Dashboard. It is set as a default Magento startup page.
The Admin login is protected by two-factor authentication. It allows configuration to require a CAPTCHA.
The Admin server is a separate server that specifically handles backend traffic requests. The admin users can carry out the logic processes from the server.
It helps store and organizes data to ensure everything works properly for the Magento back office. The tasks include products and promotions, orders, and monitoring the store’s activities.
The Admin performs all basic configuration tasks and ecommerce store operations. The server ensures the backend activities are running smoothly. It does not interrupt the front-end traffic.
The initial sign-in credentials are set up during Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source installation. A temporary password is sent to the email address if you forget the password.
Yes, you can use the Magento CLI to create new admin users and manage the existing users. It allows us to change and display the admin URLs. Configure the user roles and add unique passwords.
Yes, the admin server separates the front and backend traffic. The admin requests made for the backend tasks are processed and served separately.
The front-end server handles the customer’s requests. It reduces the server load and improves the Magento store responsiveness.