What is CloudLinux?
The CloudLinux operating system optimizes server performance by its ability to set an amount of CPU or memory to its account. This is can be useful by ensuring managed memory resources so other clients will not be disadvantaged by a resource spike from other client. With this, there will be fewer service interruptions on admin due to tracking of user and suspension of user’s activities.
Fewer support inquiries = increase server uptime = reliable hosting environment = happy clients
Another important benefit is it provides a more stable and secure environment for your shared clients by its tenant isolation feature. It protects the whole server from going down if one account fails. As CloudLinux states under their security benefits, with the operating system:
If you are currently running on CentOS or RHEL, it is easy to convert to CloudLinux through the yum (CentOS package manager).
CloudLinux Core Programming
The driving technology behind CloudLinux is the Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE).
LVE is a lightweight and transparent kernel technology which increases your server’s density, stability, and reliability. It manages the resource monitoring of your CPU, disc I/O, and memory across all your clients.
Through the new plugin specifically designed for cPanel and WHM, server administrators can now easily view resources accurately and manage configuration of the CloudLinux settings per client. System administrators called LVE Wrappers are designed to patrol this. As such, LVE is aimed to bring the following results:
The abovementioned are CloudLinux tools that help reduce system support queries, hence saving you time and money at the same time making customers happy.
Meanwhile, for any questions or concerns related to CloudLinux, we provide commercial support 24 hours 7 days a week, free of charge.