GreatResponder.com (2012-02-19): On Thursday (Feb 16, 2012) CloudLinux released CafeFS 3, a virtualized file system for shared web hosters that cages each client within its very own virtualized file system. The announcement is made in Orlando during Parallels Summit 2012, a conference that pulls a worldwide audience of over 1,200 top participants from all across the online cloud and hosting industry.
CageFS is a part of CloudLinux OS at no additional charge. CloudLinux OS, a commercially-supported Linux OS made especially for shared web hosting, significantly boosts server stability, density and security to create much better efficiency for the web hosting business. CloudLinux OS is fully-compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS, in addition to being integrated with Parallels Plesk Panel and many other major control panels. Being an additional precaution, customers aren’t able to see server setup files, like Apache config files. At the same time, the end user’s environment is completely functional and isn’t limited in other methods. Beyond providing safe web hosting, CageFS provides the required performance and security to supply safe IRC, shell and backup hosting. CageFS helps make sure that clients will not see any other kinds and can do not have any method to detect the existence of other customers for the server. CloudLinux provides the quickest up-dates in the market with specialist service over 24/7. Download CloudLinux 6.2 or sign up for a 30 day trial.
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