(The Hosting News) – Cloud Linux Inc., an innovative software company dedicated to serving the needs of hosting service providers and InterServer, a leading U.S. based Internet services provider, today announce their partnership and that InterServer will add CloudLinux to its dedicated server offering. InterServer provides a full suite of hosting services including shared, VPS and dedicated servers as well as managed and reseller hosting. They selected CloudLinux for its new innovative Lightweight Virtual Environment™(LVE) technology that will deliver improved performance, security and reliability for its dedicated hosting customers.
“We were so excited to find CloudLinux because it will help us to deliver improved control and stability on our dedicated servers,” said InterServer Chief Technology Officer John Quaglieri. “InterServer provides our customers with high quality hosting and we stand behind our service with the best customers support. Adding CloudLinux to our offerings lets us improve our solutions and give our customers more choice.”
Some of the benefits InterServer customers will receive with CloudLinux are:
Increased uptime since no one account can slow down or take down an entire shared server
Better reliability and performance with a server that is running at peak operating capacity
Better control over CPU resources
Increased density so you can host more tenants on one server
Compatibility with all major control panels for easy management
“CloudLinux helps hosting service providers deliver the benefits of increased stability and reliability to their customers,” states Igor Seletskiy, Cloud Linux Inc.’s Founder and CEO. “With our proven technology, service providers like InterServer can achieve higher performance and increased stability which equates to ultimately providing a higher level of service and support to their clients.”
CloudLinux’s core technology is Lightweight Virtual Environment™ a kernel-level technology that limits the amount of resources (CPU, I/O, memory) available to a group of processes. While similar to container type virtualization technology, LVE is completely transparent and lightweight. Once installed, the LVE works transparently to manage resources that the hosting provider sets for the accounts on a server. It controls the CPU resources to ensure that each account on a shared server is allocated enough resources to run efficiently without jeopardizing the other tenants on that server, making the server more stable and delivering better performance.
CloudLinux is priced to support all types of hosting providers and is available at a tiered retail monthly price based on the number of servers under management. The CloudLinux Partner Program offers discounts and more competitive pricing and a support model designed to meet the specific requirements of hosting companies as well as an opportunity to leverage the CloudLinux brand.
InterServer is a U.S. based Internet services company specializing in specializing in shared, VPS and dedicated servers. They provide everything a customer needs to ensure mission-critical Internet operation is functioning at the highest performance levels. Customer service and technical support are given the highest priority. InterServer aims to provide the best possible service at the most competitive price and is committed to providing outstanding service and support at all times. For more information, please visit http://interserver.net
About CloudLinux, Inc.
Founded in Princeton, NJ, CloudLinux is a privately funded company that combines unique expertise in the service provider business with in-depth technical knowledge of hosting, kernel development and open source.
CloudLinux provides hosting companies and datacenters with the only commercially supported Linux operating system (OS) optimized for their needs. The new technology behind CloudLinux has been proven to increase density, stability and performance, helping customers realize reduced operating costs and increased profitability.
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