CloudLinux: Linux Server Administration in the Cloud

| May 10, 2013

Linux Server Administration for CloudLinux is Dominating the Shared Hosting Environment Market

Multiple service providers working within one cloud server is a recipe for disaster, often leading to server crashes, data hogging, and security risks for user data and applications. CloudLinux is the only cloud operating system to offer absolute stability for users who want to protect their data, maintain anytime access to the cloud server, and avoid lengthy downtimes due to traffic overload.

Linux Server Administration is Improving Server Stability

When more than one service provider is working on a single network, it’s easy for the largest of them to commandeer the majority of the available bandwidth. While it’s understandable for service providers with more users to try and push the smaller companies aside, this can lead to server crashes and lengthy downtimes.

Linux Server Administration is currently cornering the market on creating server stability by capping the amount of resources any single service provider can use at one time. This is the first OS to not only cater to the needs of the providers, but to also strive for the greatest customer experience in cloud shared hosting environments.

Linux Server Administration is Increasing Server Density

CloudLinux is using its server stability to increase server density, meaning they can fit more providers on one server without negatively affecting the quality of the customer experience in the cloud. Not only does this continue to increase server stability, but it also ensures that every service provider is able to work to full capacity, so they can achieve their maximum profit levels per server.

One of the main benefits of CloudLinux is that it isolates each service provider’s individual clouds, keeping them stable and safe. This added security measure, in addition to the other benefits, makes CloudLinux one of the top products for web hosts looking to expand their customer bases.

Linux Server Administration is Decreasing Support Costs

This is another benefit provided by increased server density and improved server stability. Less downtime and server issues save service providers and customers time and money by nearly eliminating the need for customer service and IT calls. This not only enhances the customer experience, but also increases their satisfaction with cloud service providers, therefore boosting business and maximizing profits.

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