(The Hosting News) – It was announced today that the founder and CEO of CloudLinux Igor Seletskiy will deliver his first public address at the popular hosting industry conference, the Parallels Summit, on February 23 in Miami, FL. Mr. Seletskiy will debut CloudLinux, the only Linux–based, commercially supported operating system (OS) optimized for shared hosting providers and datacenters. Mr. Seletskiy will address how hosting service providers can squeeze more efficiency from their infrastructure while simultaneously increase profit margins and new revenue opportunities.
In his address, Mr. Seletskiy will discuss how to strike the perfect balance between number of users per server and the load the server can carry, especially when resource hogs and load spikes remain a constant challenge. This challenge is compounded by the foggy visibility administrators have into servers, making it harder for providers to respond efficiently to ever-changing needs. The new CloudLinux OS solves these issues by leveraging its proprietary LVE™ technology.
“I created CloudLinux OS based my previous work developing the H-Sphere Control Panel. I could see the need to give providers a way to control the CPU and IO demands of individual users to achieve high level of server stability,” states Igor Seletskiy, CEO of Cloud Linux Inc. “This work is based on a lot of research that has been done over the years. We went deep into Linux kernel to achieve high level of resource isolation. We also wanted to be able to offer the OS with a professionally staffed, 24/7 support operation and at a low cost for providers. So on behalf of my team and after these many months of hard work, I am proud to be introducing this new technology here at the Parallel’s Summit.”