Cloud linux Features –
- Personal set of server resources for each customer –
Using LVE (lightweight virtualization environment) in a Linux cloud, each client’s site account contains a separate set of dedicated resources, such as memory, CPU, and so on. The LVE technology ensures that these resources are not shared with any other account on the website.
- Stable Hosting Environment –
Sudden traffic jams from other websites accounts will not mean stopping for any website or server account in general. Because each website account has its own custom resources protected, the website is running, although there is a sudden increase in server resource usage from other websites hosted on the server.
- Secured & Hardened Kernel –
CloudLinux’s enhanced kernel helps prevent malicious users from attacking the accounts of websites hosted on the server.
- Multiple version of PHP –
Cloud Linux has a feature called PHP Selector. It allows end users to specify the exact version of PHP they need. It offers maximum flexibility to render all common versions of PHP, with over 120 PHP extension to choose from. CloudLinux versions of PHP 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6. The user interface allows the client to switch between versions, select extensions, and adjust PHP settings.
- Stable Mysql Database Performance –
MySQL is often a major source of system administrators in shared hosting environments. MySQL stability can be maintained difficult, and customer requests can slow down everything easily. The MySQL Governor feature in Cloud Linux helps system administrators identify and block users in real time. Powered by the latest versions of MySQL and MariaDB, it is an essential tool for any shared host. The MySQL Governor function tracks the use of the CPU and IO on the disk for each account.