The CloudLinux operating system improves the server’s robustness, security and adaptability and allows the framework’s executives to track the significant use of assets in cases of joint facilitation. Clients are reminded of the hacker when they are within their own assets, which avoids the penalty of closing the entire site. They can also track I / O to the CPU, memory, or board with graphics on the panel. One of the most difficult tasks for any provider to facilitate the Internet is to monitor the use of the client server, but it can make the framework called CloudLinux less an application. For small sites, monitoring dedicated servers can mean waking up at very inconvenient times of night to handle server overhead, and for larger hosts with multiple servers, these problems are copied and increased.