SWsoft, the established leader in hosting automation and
server virtualization software, announced the availability of Plesk
7.5.3 for Linux/UNIX, an upgraded release of the industry standard
control panel software. The latest release focuses on several
innovative features including expanded OS support, security
improvements and broader controls that make Plesk the most complete
hosting control panel available.
“The addition of Debian, CentOS and SuSE AMD 64 operating system
support gives service providers broader open source alternatives for
increasing their revenues,” said Serguei Beloussov, CEO, SWsoft.
“Plesk 7.5.3 also provides further advancements in security and ease
of use including a cleaner interface for end users to provide a more
reliable and intuitive way to manage hosting services.”
Plesk 7.5.3 offers important new features:
- MySQL 4 Integration – Plesk supports MySQL 4, an attractive
Open Source alternative to higher-cost, more complex database
- Interface Management Control – This new feature enables Plesk
administrators to easily and efficiently manage the visibility
of the control panel by hiding unused buttons to maintain a
simpler, cleaner interface for end users.
- Domain Owner Management – This release gives administrators
the ability to manage and change domain owners. Any domain in
the control panel can be easily transferred to another client
account in only three steps.
- New Paging Options – The new paging options included in this
release have made working with lists of objects easier than
ever. You can now select the number of entries displayed per
page directly from the current screen and easily navigate
through pages using the standard “first” and “last” page
- Customizable Statistics – Now you can customize web statistics
reports generated by the Webalizer application. New filtering
options give you the ability to generate more useful and
accurate web statistics reports.
- Improved Website Content Capabilities – Plesk offers you a new
option to store the website’s content accessible via http and
https protocols in the same directory.