Cloudlinux Named Editor's Choice by Web Host Magazine & Buyer's Guide
Cloud Linux Inc. is the recipient of the August 2010 Editor's Choice Award from Web Host Magazine and Buyer's Guide. Cloud Linux received the award for its ability to isolate individual websites on a multi-tenant server using Lightweight Virtual Environment technology and for its web hosting-centric focus as hosting providers migrate to cloud based service models.
CloudLinux was launched in early 2010 and is a new commercially supported operating system proven to increase server density, stability and performance, helping customers realize reduced operating costs and increased profitability. Cloud Linux invented the Lightweight Virtual Environment a kernel-level technology that isolates specific hardware resources in a lightweight environment and prevents one tenant on a shared server from affecting others – especially due to a sudden peak load from a single tenant. The technology is designed to eliminate the risks of unstable servers that can undermine businesses' operations and profitability.
CloudLinux has signed on 41 datacenter partners and is installed on more than 880 servers in less than six months. It is compatible with all major hosting control panels, including Plesk, cPanel, ISPmanager and InterWorx control panel products, as well as with Apache and LiteSpeed web servers. It is also used as a base for Parallels next generation H2E hosting platform.
The Web Host Magazine & Buyer's Guide Editors' Choice Award's are given to those Web Host industry companies that provide services and products that go above and beyond that of their peers. The company's vision is to design a simple and elegant solution that helps companies improve server security, efficiency, density and performance as they migrate to Cloud-based services The Editors' Choice Awards are chosen by the editors of Web Host Magazine & Buyer's Guide in part from the review rating criteria, along with input from an independent review panel, reader's reviews, and other factors.
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