CloudLinux OS

What is CloudLinux?

CloudLinux is a Kernel-level technology that helps provide for a more stable hosting environment. This is accomplished by protecting your site against the bad neighbor effect. What this means is that CloudLinux will prevent a single site from crashing a server, making your site unresponsive. When a single customer's site starts consuming too much of the generous amount of server resources, CloudLinux will throttle just that site to allow it to continue operating up to a safe server level, while at the same time fully protecting your site from 'bad neighbor'.

Why CloudLinux?

Increases Density : Deploying CloudLinux ensures that you are optimizing the use of each server. Due to limits set for CPU, IO, and Memory, you could get the most of every server and safely add more customers.
Magnifies Profit : CloudLinux helps you to improve server density and to decrease churn, improving profit per physical server. It also creates new upsell opportunities by setting limits on per-package bases.
Decreases Support Costs : Better server stability means fewer support calls and less time spent tracking down problem tenants. CloudLinux brings down your cost to support a shared hosting environment, allowing you to offer superior service with greater profitability.
Improves Stability :All CloudLinux innovations, such as CageFS, aim to improve security and stability on servers. So where other operating systems will allow entire servers full of customers to go down, CloudLinux stays stable by isolating the impact to the offending tenant.


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