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cPanel Formally Announces Official Partnership with CloudLinux

May 3, 2011 by · Comments Off on cPanel Formally Announces Official Partnership with CloudLinux 

Webmaster ToolboxHouston, TX – cPanel, a leading provider in Linux and Windows automation, formally announced its official partnership with CloudLinux and will offer direct distribution of the software to cPanel Partner NOCs and customers.

The partnership will be structured to provide on-demand licenses that are synchronized with the current cPanel license model, allowing Partner NOCs and direct customers to have pay-per-usage software delivery. Owners will also be able to provide higher availability and increased density through controlling resources and CloudLinux technology. Read more

CloudLinux Founder and CEO to Present Next Week at Parallels Summit 2011

February 18, 2011 by · Comments Off on CloudLinux Founder and CEO to Present Next Week at Parallels Summit 2011 

Hosting BlogANN ARBOR, Mich. – CloudLinux, a Linux OS that improves the stability of Web hosting, announced today its founder and CEO Igor Seletskiy will speak at next week’s Parallels Summit, to be held at the Gaylord Palms Hotel & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Seletskiy’s presentation, “Getting the most out of Parallels Plesk Panel 10 for Shared Hosting,” will focus on how hosting companies can prevent customers from negatively impacting other users on shared hosting servers, as well as how server administrators can monitor and react to spikes in resource usage. In addition, Seletskiy will discuss increasing security with the implementation of virtualized file systems for each customer, the pros and cons of FastCGI, mod_php and mod_suphp, and the industry’s latest methods for handling shared hosting issues. Read more

Site5 Partners with CloudLinux to Boost Server Stability

February 11, 2011 by · Comments Off on Site5 Partners with CloudLinux to Boost Server Stability 

Hosting BlogAnn Arbor, Michigan – CloudLinux, a Linux OS that improves the stability of Web hosting, and Site5, a leader in Web hosting for individuals and businesses, announced today an infrastructure partnership aimed at improving the stability of Site5 Web hosting.

As part of the partnership, Site5 will deploy CloudLinux on its hosting environment, migrating its CentOS 4.x servers to CloudLinux 5.x. The company has already switched its existing CentOS 5.x to CloudLinux, and already experienced an increase in stability on the servers with CloudLinux OS compared to CentOS. Read more

CloudLinux Released Version 5.5

April 22, 2010 by · Comments Off on CloudLinux Released Version 5.5 

Web Hosting ToolboxPrinceton, NJ – CloudLinux Inc., an innovative software company dedicated to serving the needs of hosting service providers, today announces the availability of CloudLinux 5.5. The update will bring it to the current version of RPM-based Linux ensuring its continued interchangeability with Red Hat EL and CentOS. CloudLinux 5.5 is available to subscribing customers via CloudLinux Network today and is based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 update.

Today’s release delivers on the promise of fast and fully tested updates from a commercially supported distribution. CloudLinux is an RPM-based operating system but is based on its own kernel. What differentiates CloudLinux from other Linux operating systems is that it uses Lightweight Virtual Environment™ or LVE Technology to increase server stability and density and is optimized for multi-tenant server environments. The CloudLinux update will be released before other similar distributions and will be fully tested with all major control panels on the market including cPanel, Parallels Plesk Panel, InterworX, DirectAdmin and ISPManager. Read more

CloudLinux Demonstrates How Web Hosting Providers Can Improve Server Stability & Double The Density of Shared Servers

March 26, 2010 by · Comments Off on CloudLinux Demonstrates How Web Hosting Providers Can Improve Server Stability & Double The Density of Shared Servers 

Web Hosting ToolsPrinceton, NJ – CloudLinux Inc., an innovative software company dedicated to serving the needs of hosting service providers, today releases a technical white paper, “How to Squeeze More Efficiency Out of Your Infrastructure.” The paper details current inadequacies in the hosting arena and how the CloudLinux Operating System (OS) effectively addresses these issues. In particular, with CloudLinux technology, the study proceeds to explain how web hosts can double the density of their shared hosting servers while simultaneously improving server stability.

The proprietary research conducted by CloudLinux was meant to provide evidence of the inadequacies of existing server management techniques. Included is a detailed analysis of the two research methodologies used: a statistical analysis of server log activity and a survey of the experiences of real world hosting providers. Read more

CloudLinux To Present at WebhostingDay 2010

March 17, 2010 by · Comments Off on CloudLinux To Present at WebhostingDay 2010 

Web Hosting ToolsPrinceton, NJ – CloudLinux Inc., an innovative software company dedicated to serving the needs of hosting service providers, will present at the WebhostingDay Conference in Brühl, Germany on March 17-19. CloudLinux will share the benefits of its CloudLinux OS, a new Linux distribution designed for a multi-tenant hosting environment.

CloudLinux Founder and CEO, Igor Seletskiy will participate in a panel discussion titled “Command Your Data” on Thursday, March 18 addressing how hosting service providers can squeeze more efficiency from their infrastructure, while simultaneously increase profit margins and new revenue opportunities. The discussion will also explore the rise of Open Source software within the Software as a Service (SaaS) and Cloud Computing markets, and ways for hosters, telcos, carriers and ISPs to integrate high- value SaaS offerings. In addition to the panel discussion, CloudLinux will participate in the hosting.FAIR held at the main exhibit hall.
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VPS.NET to Offer CloudLinuxOS as One of Its Standard Operating Systems

March 11, 2010 by · Comments Off on VPS.NET to Offer CloudLinuxOS as One of Its Standard Operating Systems 

Web Hosting ToolsPrinceton, NJ – CloudLinux Inc., an innovative software company dedicated to serving the needs of hosting service providers, announces today that VPS.NET, a leader in the cloud hosting arena,will begin to offer CloudLinux as one of its standard Linux Operating Systems (OS) on all of its VPS cloud offerings. VPS.NET is an elastic cloud hosting provider offering instant scalable Virtual Private Server (VPS) solutions. VPS.NET selected CloudLinux because of the increased flexibility and control that the CloudLinux OS provides VPS.NET across its cloud computing architecture. By leveraging its Lightweight Virtual Environment™ (LVE) technology, the CloudLinux OS allows VPS.NET to deliver increased performance and flexibility to its suite of secure cloud service offerings.

With offices in the U.K. and the U.S., VPS.NET is a Virtual Private Server Cloud solution provider offering a flexible, innovative alternative to traditional hosting. VPS works by allocating a partitioned portion of a physical server, then breaks its infrastructure into “nodes,” or blocks of resources (376MB of RAM, 10GB storage, 250GB transfer, and 600Mhz CPU share) that can be pooled together in various ways to create custom virtual machines. Read more

CloudLinux and its Server Optimization Technology for the Hosting Market to be Unveiled at Upcoming Industry Summit

January 28, 2010 by · Comments Off on CloudLinux and its Server Optimization Technology for the Hosting Market to be Unveiled at Upcoming Industry Summit 

Web HostingPRINCETON, NJ – CloudLinux Founder and CEO, Igor Seletskiy will deliver his first public address at the popular hosting industry conference, the Parallels Summit, on February 23 in Miami, FL. Mr. Seletskiy will debut CloudLinux, the only Linux–based, commercially supported operating system (OS) optimized for shared hosting providers and datacenters. Mr. Seletskiy will address how hosting service providers can squeeze more efficiency from their infrastructure while simultaneously increase profit margins and new revenue opportunities.

In his address, Mr. Seletskiy will discuss how to strike the perfect balance between number of users per server and the load the server can carry, especially when resource hogs and load spikes remain a constant challenge. This challenge is compounded by the foggy visibility administrators have into servers, making it harder for providers to respond efficiently to ever-changing needs. The new CloudLinux OS solves these issues by leveraging its proprietary LVE™ technology.
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