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[News] CloudLinux OS Gets Put on Many Servers

  • Subject: [News] CloudLinux OS Gets Put on Many Servers
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2010 15:40:48 +0000
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VPS.NET to Offer CloudLinux OS

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| Lightweight Virtual Environment limits the 
| amount of resources available to a group of 
| processes
| CloudLinux Inc., a software company dedicated 
| to serving the needs of hosting service 
| providers, has announced 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. 



CloudLinux OS Set to Surface At Parallels Summit

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| During a Feb. 23 keynote, Seletskiy is
| expected to describe how hosting service
| providers can leverage CloudLinux to maintain
| balance between number of users per server
| and the load the server can carry. The
| Parallels event is expected to mark the first
| time Seletskiy takes the stage to talk about
| the CloudLinux OS.


Inside CloudLinux's New Linux-Based Cloud OS

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| For the past 13-years, Igor Seletskiy has
| developed a series of innovative new products
| for the hosting industry, including the
| control panel H-Sphere, container-based
| virtualization product FreeVPS, single server
| control panel CP+, Web-based file manager
| WebShell, and website building tool
| SiteStudio.


CloudLinux wants to conquer data centres

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| At the Parallels Summit in Miami, CloudLinux
| has presented a beta version of its Linux
| distribution specifically aimed at web hosting
| services and data centres.

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