Author: Kateryna Obiidykhata

AccelerateWP Premium announcement for premium edition


It's been five months since the AccelerateWP Beta program launched. More than 100 hosting providers and more than 500 websites joined the program using AccelerateWP optimization and provided positive feedback on performance improvements. Until now, the program has focused primarily on Apache servers, with a goal to become the best performance optimization utility for WordPress. As previously announced, the commercial launch of AccelerateWP is planned for Q2 2022. However, our Beta program participants already have access to offer the core optimization and premium Object Cache features of AccelerateWP to their users for free. Now, after working closely with beta participants and their customers to better quantify the value of AccelerateWP, we have reached an exciting milestone. Today, we are ready to share our official pricing and packaging guide for premium features of AccelerateWP. This will also allow beta program participants to create marketing collateral for their end-users and package their hosting plans accordingly. 

CloudLinux Subsystem for Ubuntu® (Beta release)


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Table of content

  • cPanel for Ubuntu® 20.04, plus CloudLinux Subsystem - easy then conversion route
  • Solving the gaps in Ubuntu® hosting
  • What is the role of the CloudLinux Subsystem for Ubuntu®?
  • Overcoming problems with server limitations through LVE
  • What kind of limits are available for Ubuntu® right now?
  • What other features will be available for the CloudLinux Subsystem for Ubuntu®?
  • Switching quickly and safely

Ubuntu® remains a very popular OS. Sure, measuring the relative market share of Linux distributions is incredibly difficult because there are many sources of data, and every source measures something else.

CloudLinux OS and Webuzo: New Hosting Panel Integration


CloudLinux keeps expanding its portfolio of partners and we are happy to announce that we now support another popular hosting control panel – Webuzo, a multi-user control panel built for hosting providers, resellers, and website owners.

Getting started with CloudLinux on Webuzo is really easy. Keep reading to learn a bit more about Webuzo and to see how you can install CloudLinux if you are using Webuzo workload.

Generate more revenue now with the AccelerateWP


CloudLinux continues to focus and invest heavily in building WordPress-specific value for end users - pushing us toward our primary goal; creating a new source of revenue for our customers.

AccelerateWP with Object Cache, Site Optimization and Smart Advice modules have been released to Beta!

We are happy to announce the release of the next pack of optimization features that relieve our hosters from even more manual work and speed up your customers’ websites. The new functionality can already be included into hosting pricing plans and can be upsold per-user. When you participate in the beta program, your customers will be able to activate the WordPress performance features right from the cPanel interface. All new modules are available for beta participants on Solo and PRO licensed servers. In addition, as an early adopter you will get all of this great value for free for the next 12 months. Let’s take a closer look at everything we have prepared for you and the benefits for website owners. 

CloudFest is back as an in-person event! Meet the CloudLinux team at the Global Cloud Event of the Year!


Grab your free ticket with our code: rF54Uwns and use this LINK to register.

Join CloudLinux OS & Imunify360 at HostingTalk UK 2022


WordPress is and hosting providers now care a lot about its speed and security. On January 26, 2022, Igor Seletskiy, the CEO of CloudLinux Inc., in his speech "Make WordPress Hosting - Faster, Smarter, More Secure" will cover the following topics:

Introducing Autotracing - A New Feature Added to the CloudLinux OS


The CloudLinux team is happy to announce a new feature release called Autotracing. Autotracing automatically creates tracing tasks on the server and shows detailed analytics for the slowest URLs on a website on a daily basis. Together with all PHP X-Ray components, Autotracing gives you advanced control and manageability of PHP applications on your server.  



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