CloudLinux OS is the main stage for multitenancy. It enhances server strength, thickness, and security by disengaging each inhabitant and giving them distributed server assets. This makes a domain that feels more like a virtual server than a common facilitating account. Thusly, CloudLinux OS diminishes working expenses and beat rates, and expands productivity.
CloudLinux OS is designed for shared hosting providers. It isolates each customer into a separate “Lightweight Virtualized Environment” (LVE), which partitions, allocates, and limits server resources, like memory, CPU, and connections, for each tenant. This ensures that tenants cannot jeopardize the stability of your servers, causing all sites to slow down or even come to a halt. CloudLinux OS also “cages” tenants from one another to avoid security breaches. This way, unstable scripts or malware are not able to sprawl across your customer sites, causing severe harm.
CloudLinux in a cPanel web facilitating condition makes an individual virtual holder for every site. Framework heads would then be able to set hard breaking points for singular sites so the execution and security of one site can’t affect on the execution of its neighbors. Parameters that can be set incorporate the measure of CPU control that a solitary site can utilize and circle IOPS; these are past what a standard cPanel establishment can encourage, which is frequently constrained to particular record highlights like MySQL databases and FTP accounts. With each virtual holder having a pre-decided hard point of confinement, you can make considerably more exact forecasts about potential server stack, empowering you to hold sufficient extra limit.
Cloud linux Features –
1) Personal set of server resources for each customer –
With the LVE ( lightweight virtualized environment ) technology in cloud linux , each customer’s website account has a seperate set of allocated resources such as Memory , CPU etc.. The LVE technology makes sure that these resources are not shared with any other website accounts.
2) Stable Hosting Environment –
Sudden traffic spikes from other website accounts will never mean downtime for any website account or the server as a whole. Since every website account has its own allocated resources protected keeping the website running though there is a sudden spike in server resource usage from other websites hosted on the server.
3) Secured & Hardened Kernel –
CloudLinux’s hardened kernel helps prevent malicious users from attacking other website accounts hosted on the server.
4) Multiple version of PHP –
Cloud linux has a feature called PHP selector. It allows end users to select the specific version of PHP they need. It allows ultimate flexibility by offering all popular versions of PHP, with more than 120 PHP extensions to choose from. CloudLinux packages PHP versions 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, and 5.6. The convenient UI lets a customer switch between versions, select the extensions, and adjust PHP settings.
5) Stable Mysql Database Performance –
MySQL often becomes a major headache for system admins in shared hosting environments. Keeping MySQL stable might be difficult, and customer queries can easily slow everything down. The MySQL Governor Feature of Cloud linux helps system admins to pinpoint abusers and throttle them in real time. With support from the latest versions of MySQL and MariaDB, it is a must-have for any shared host. The MySQL Governor feature tracks CPU and disk IO usage for every website account in real time and throttles MySQL queries by using same-per-user LVE limits.
With such features and the advanced technologies of CloudLinux, maintaining a shared hosting environment stable gets easier and clients stay happy.