(The Hosting News) – Citing server stability, web hosting provider JaguarPC recently unveiled that it had integrated the CloudLinux OS within the company’s reseller and shared hosting platforms.
A Linux-based operating system, CloudLinux offers kernel-level control to web hosting providers. Specific features of the OS include the ability to limit application resources (to safeguard against traffic spikes), tenant isolation, expert support, and more.
The OS also offers providers any easy way to convert from other Linux operating systems such as RHEL and CentOS.
Discussing the matter in a press release, JaguarPC CEO Greg Landis stated, “Across every element of JaguarPC’s services, we are continually looking for ways to become even better.”
“One of our ongoing concerns is that some shared hosting customers might suffer if one of the other users, who shares their hardware, places too much demand on resources, through misuse or natural growth in popularity. We have investigated a number of different methods to protect our users from this problem, and CloudLinux came out with the best results,” Landis continued.
Landis also went on to discuss the role that CloudLinux’s OS plays in keeping the company’s servers stable, despite the possible occurrence of traffic spikes.
The company says that operating system offers “peace of mind” for customers, ensuring “their web presence is in good hands.”
Among its services, JaguarPC provides web and VPS hosting along with dedicated and hybrid servers. The company also offers a new line of green dedicated servers. Specific features include 24/7 support, remote reboot, guaranteed uptime, and more.
In October, the web host announced that it was increasing its staff by 30%. The company launched in 1998. For more information regarding JaguarPC, visit the company’s site at: http://www.jaguarpc.com/