Trustix, an internet infrastructure provider, yesterday announced the launch of their dedicated web hosting appliance Xserver CP+.
The appliance runs on the security hardened, server optimized Linux distribution, Trustix OS and is remotely managed using the control panel, Trustix CP+. Trustix, the new server is occupying the niche market left open by the discontinuation of Sun’s Cobalt range.
Trustix CP+ facilitates web based administration of dedicated servers. It simplifies the management of tasks such as web site hosting (including DNS management and email), mySQL databases, firewall configuration and Samba file sharing. It enables remote access and control of all aspects of corporate servers from any desktop.
Steve Roylance, Technical Marketing Director of Comodo-Trustix, commented, “The Trustix Xserver CP+ is commensurate with the ideals common to all Trustix products; Security, Ease of Use; Cost Effectivity and Customer Care. We are looking to simplify server management for Linux newcomers and experienced administrators alike.”