Superior Server Stability
All tenants on the server are isolated from each other so if one goes down everyone else is still safe and stable. 

“As a managed hosting provider we are always looking for quality products that will help us increase efficiency and stability as well as improve the overall performance from our servers. We deployed CloudLinux on our shared hosting servers, and we have seen immediate improvement in reliability. Now we want to offer the same solution to our dedicated server customers.”

Emmanuel Vivar

Better Efficiency and Density
A more stable server free from the dangers of resource spikes can accomodate more tenants, maximizing the efficiency of each server.

Commercial Support and Fast Updates
24/7 support and security patches released faster than CentOS and RHEL to keep you and your customers safe.

Convert from CentOS or RHEL

It is easy to switch from CentOS or RHEL to CloudLinux. The process takes a few minutes and replaces just a handful of RPMs.

  1. Get your license by logging into your account.
  2. Download this script: cldeploy
    $ wget
  3. Execute
    $ sh cldeploy -k <activation_key> # if you have activation key
    The activation key looks like this: 12314-d34463a182fede4f4d7e140f1841bcf2
  4. Reboot

Try CloudLinux      Free For 30-Days

Try it out on the server that gives you the most stability problems and experience the award winning CloudLinux difference.

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Need Help?

For help setting up your free 30 day trial or sales inquiries please call us at +1 (609) 785-1322 or email [email protected].

A Simple Comparison Test

  1. Setup wordpress or similar application on a server with CloudLinux
  2. Generate a lot of traffic to that site (for example using ab tool).
      Example:  # ab -c 50 -n 10000 URL_TO_THE_SITE

With CloudLinux, all websites on the server will be normal and the website receiving the extreme traffic will be slow or down. Without CloudLinux, all the sites on the server will be slow or down. We think we know which one you'll prefer.