(The Hosting News) – CloudLinux Inc. makers of CloudLinux OS, the only commercially-supported Linux OS (operating system) made specifically for shared hosting, will advise attendees at the upcoming annual Automation Bootcamp cPanel conference in Austin, Texas from October 10-12 how they can become more efficient by switching to CloudLinux. The director of operations at A Small Orange will lead a session on how the company converted to CloudLinux.
More than 400 attendees are expected from all over the world. This is the sixth annual technical and training conference, which brings together technical decision makers, executives and product managers.
“Once hosters see the benefits of CloudLinux, and the ease of conversion, they realize there is no reason to stay with their current OS,” said Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux CEO. “With our three sessions, and hearing a current user’s perspective, they will be able to see for themselves.”
CloudLinux will be featured in the following sessions:
Speaker: Jen Lepp, from A Small Orange
Tuesday, October 11, 11:30-12:15pm
A Small Orange is a provider of Internet solutions and services specializing in web hosting and site management. The company serves tens of thousands of customers around the world and is based in North Carolina. This session will discuss A Small Orange’s experience in converting its servers from CentOS to CloudLinux. It will cover the business decision behind the conversion, the conversion process and implementation and use of CloudLinux.
Speaker: Marv Steigman, from CloudLinux
Tuesday, October 11, 1:30-2:15pm
Benefits of using CloudLinux will be covered, including:
- Bundling CloudLinux with cPanel
- Upselling CloudLinux to new customers
- Engaging existing customers with CloudLinux
Speaker: Igor Seletskiy, from CloudLinux
Wednesday, October 12, 2:30 – 3:15pm
This technical session will cover setting limits and how they work, for example, different execution modes of Apache/PHP.
Speaker: Igor Seletskiy, from CloudLinux
Wednesday, October 12, 5:30-6:15pm
This is a technical session on using CloudLinux to improve MySQL governance and will cover:
- Deploying MySQL governor
- How it works & what it does
- Understanding Dbtop
- Tracking down who was limited and why
- Dealing with abusers
- MySQL governor & remote databases
CloudLinux is being run on more than 5,000 production servers worldwide, a 100 percent increase in the past six months. More than 500 web hosting companies around the world run the CloudLinux OS on their servers today and that number is growing daily. Additionally, over 100 datacenter partners bundle CloudLinux with VPS (virtual private servers) and dedicated servers.
The way CloudLinux works is that it isolates each user account within its own Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE) allowing system administrators to limit CPU, memory, and the concurrent connections available to each server tenant. LVE effectively prevents the, “bad neighbor effect,” wherein one tenant can slow or take down an entire server – the number one cause of shared-server stability issues, making it an ideal platform for shared hosting.
By limiting abuse, shared hosters can substantially increase stability and server density, bringing far greater efficiency to their businesses. As a part of the CloudLinux OS, CloudLinux now offers MySQL Governor which enables tight control over the MySQL resources available to users, and will soon release CageFS, the industry’s first virtualized file system for shared hosters. CageFS assures that user files are only available to, and viewable by, their owner. CloudLinux offers the fastest updates in the industry. Professional support is available 24/7. Download CloudLinux OS or sign up for a 30 day trial at www.cloudlinux.com.
CloudLinux OS is fully compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS, as well as most major control panels including cPanel, Plesk, DirectAdmin and others. Hosts can easily convert to CloudLinux, typically in less than 10 minutes.
For more information on Automation Bootcamp, please visit: http://bootcamp.cpanel.net/
By providing expertise in the areas on hosting, kernel, and open source, CloudLinux serves the specific needs of those in the web hosting industry. Founded in 2009, CloudLinux is privately funded and headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan.