The most prominent hosting industry event, CloudFest (formerly WHD.global), has come to a conclusion. Our team is always more than happy to participate in this event, as we do yearly. We have a lot of news to share with you, but first, we would like to
thank everyone who made it to our booth and got involved in our presentation.
Our CEO, Igor Seletskiy, held a session on how big data helps secure cloud servers. If you want to find out more about this topic, check out this 22-minute video recording of the session, curtesy
of the CloudFest media team.
At our booth, and across the event, we have featured this fun video that could help you get to know us better – it might be interesting to folks who had already
heard of us as well as those just entering the world of hosting.
Team CloudLinux keeps it up by being at the edge of technology and always aiming at providing customers with essential and reliable products. They help you stays ahead of hackers and avoid malware infections. We strive to help our customers overcome security
risks, downtimes, and slowdowns.
For those who might have missed CloudFest 2018 this year, we prepared this quick overview of what CloudLinux team has been up to.
What’s new in Imunify360
First of all, Imunify360 has become 10x better at blocking malicious IPs compared to the version that CloudLinux released a year ago. Now we offer faster malware scans to detect new malware with no latency. Take a look at this blog post to learn more.
Need better security? You’re on the safe side if you go with Imunify360. As an ultimate warrior, Imunify360 comes out to fight against various types of malware and hackers.
Imunify360 works together with our new solution – CloudLinux Backup for Imunify360. With it, you get 10 GB of free monthly storage, forever. This option allows you to automatically
restore the last clean version of your file if it had been infected. The process of recovery is smoother than ever as it is near-instant.
What’s new in CloudLinux OS
Take a guess: what do DirectAdmin, Plesk, and cPanel have in common? Well, all three are now supported by the Reseller Limits feature of the LVE Manager in CloudLinux OS. This feature allows hosting providers to monitor and allocate resources available
to resellers, and it allows resellers to operate the resources for their end users. To read more about Reseller Limits releases, visit this page.
As for KernelCare, it now supports even more kernels than before – here you can see the list of supported kernels.
CloudLinux team has put in serious work throughout the last year in order to give you even more security features and a more stable software.
This year, eight of our team members attending CloudFest had genuine fun interacting with hundreds of folks that stopped by our booth, entered the Drone raffle, and shared feedback about their needs and our products. We expect to develop these positive
relationships with our customers further and continue releasing products that make your business and personal lives both easier and safer.
Be sure to keep up with us on our blog, and we hope to see you at the next year’s CloudFest event.