Author: Kateryna Obiidykhata

ELevate: Plan Your CloudLinux 7 To 8 Migration (Now including cPanel). Beta release


Easily migrating between CloudLinux OS versions was never easy – but that’s changing. Remember the last time you performed mass migration? Even simply changing a workplace takes tons of effort and strength.

Getting it right is critical when we talk about customer-facing products and services, but it’s also tough. That’s why we’re happy to continue developing the ELevate project, which is now also available for cPanel users of CloudLinux OS 7.

Come and visit CloudLinux at this year’s CloudFest



Grab your free ticket with our code: 94KbwNK9, and use this link to register.

Celebrate with us at the cloud community’s in-person event of the year, CloudFest 2023, from March 20-23 in Europa-Park in Germany.

This year's CloudFest features top leaders and innovators in the cloud industry as keynote speakers. Take advantage of the opportunity to network with your peers and check out the impressive line-up of speakers.

New auto-install feature! Deploy page caching without any risk to or interaction required from the end-customer.


AccelerateWP auto-install


Have you ever wondered how many of your hosting customers silently churn simply because they lack page caching and incorrectly place the blame for slow performance on your infrastructure? 


Now you don’t have to wonder anymore! You can now scan any CloudLinux OS Shared Pro servers for any WordPress sites without page caching and install AccelerateWP free on those sites automatically (page caching included)! 

The complete CloudLinux OS license suite is now available for Plesk customers


Last year CloudLinux released a range of new features to meet the goals and needs of different audiences. The features were released in waves, and today we’re delighted to announce that our development team added support for the Plesk hosting control panel which now covers all 4 license types available for CloudLinux OS.


Starting today, hosting providers that use the Plesk hosting control panel can install CloudLinux OS Solo, Admin, Shared, and Shared Pro and enjoy full CloudLinux functionality.

CloudLinux OS 9 is now available for non-panel and custom panel installations


CloudLinux is breaking into the new 2023 year with the CloudLinux OS 9 release for non-panel and custom panel installations. The new version with the kernel and system packages update brings the experience of a powerful Linux community to CloudLinux customers. In this article, we’ll outline all the new features and benefits of CloudLinux OS 9 as well and mention the system limitations.

Meet AccelerateWP now on Plesk



CloudLinux is excited to announce that our ground-breaking AccelerateWP toolset is now available on Plesk Control Panel. Anyone who uses Plesk Control Panel and CloudLinux OS with a Solo, Admin, or Shared Pro license can now activate the powerful capabilities of AccelerateWP to turbocharge the performance of WordPress instances.    


AccelerateWP, initially rolled out 9 months ago, has proven very popular with CloudLinux customers. It’s been our hottest, most desired feature of the year and we’ve been working hard to deliver Plesk support as well.


Three New CloudLinux Solo Features for Demanding Hosting Clients


Successful online businesses can quickly outgrow the shared hosting plans offered by hosting providers. Growing e-commerce and content sites may start out with shared hosting, but eventually require VPS hosting or dedicated hardware to handle growing traffic volumes.

CloudLinux addressed this need by rolling out CloudLinux OS Solo, a hosting OS for small businesses or individuals with just one hosting account – but the need for a robust hosting OS that can handle high traffic volumes.

Thanks to CloudLinux OS Solo, online businesses can now migrate to a VPS or dedicated hosting solution that has the same features the site owner enjoyed on a shared server.

Significant Changes Coming to MariaDB's Update Schedule

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If your Linux distro uses MariaDB Community Server, take note of significant changes made to how MariaDB is distributed to millions of users across the globe – specifically the schedule for feature updates. The previous schedule followed a five-year end-of-life term with updates once per year and five years of support. MariaDB's new schedule provides major updates quarterly with only one year of support.

CloudLinux Manager now allows setting MySQL Governor limits on Packages

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CloudLinux Manager now allows setting MySQL Governor limits on Packages

It’s been a little over a month since the Product Features Portal was launched, our web-based resource where CloudLinux customers can stay up-to-date on our product roadmap, follow the decision-making process for new features, and contribute to decision-making.



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