Cloud Operating System Provider CloudLinux Releases CloudLinux OS Reseller Limits Feature in Beta
October 21, 2017
Cloud operating system provider CloudLinux has announced the Beta release of the 'CloudLinux OS Reseller Limits' feature. CloudLinux, which has headquarters in Arcadia, California, United States, offers a version of Linux which is widely utilized within the hosting industry because it is secure and stable. It is particularly utilized by providers with shared hosting environments. The new operating system feature enables resellers to manage end-user resource usage.
The CloudLinux OS Reseller Limits feature allows web hosting providers to establish resource limits for individual resellers to operate. It also provides the tools resellers require to control end-user resources such as IO, CPU, memory and connections per each end-user. Located within the solution's LVE Manager, the feature allocates individual resource limits, allowing providers to avoid end-users using more resources than they should. This ensures the "stability and security of servers" and gives providers the ability to offer "more valuable services to their resellers".
“CloudLinux pioneered end-user limits seven years ago, yet, the ability to limit resellers was still out of reach for hosters,” explained the Founder and CEO of CloudLinux, Igor Seletskiy. “Over the past eighteen months, our team has been working actively on this highly anticipated feature and we are very excited to announce its Beta.”