CloudLinux presents Shared Hosting OS at Parallels Summit 2013

. January 29, 2013

Leading shared hosting operating system (OS) developer CloudLinux (http://www.cloudlinux.com) announced today that the team will be exhibiting at Parallels Summit 2013. Hosted by Parallels, a company specializing in virtualization software, the annual event brings together the brightest minds from the IT and web hosting industries. This year, attendees can learn about the benefits of CloudLinux and network with the CloudLinux development team.

Designed with the requirements of shared web hosting providers in mind, CloudLinux is a Linux-based operating system that maximizes the performance of shared hosting plans. Typically, an OS assigns hardware resources to shared accounts on an as-needed basis, making it difficult for hosting providers to predict how servers will perform. With CloudLinux, accounts are isolated in secure Lightweight Virtual Environments (LVEs), each with its own allocated resource limits. Shared hosting users can no longer exceed agreed resource allocations, creating a more consistent and reliable platform for all users. In addition, this enables hosting companies to confidently fill their servers with accounts without the risk of demand exceeding the available hardware power. At Parallels Summit 2013, Seletskiy and his team will be on-hand to answer questions about CloudLinux and give potential customers and overview of its features.

CloudLinux will be at Booth 118 for Parallels Summit 2013, which takes place February 4-6, 2013, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Passes are still available at http://www.parallels.com/summit/2013.

To learn more about CloudLinux, current and prospective customers are encouraged to visit http://www.cloudlinux.com.

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