CloudLinux utilizes a kernel level technology to set resource limits per tenant. This ensures a tenant can never use more than the resources given to them.
All tenants on the server are isolated from each other so if one goes down everyone else is still safe and stable.
Shared Hosting environment is unlike any other, and our kernel takes it into account. It can protect against symlink attacks, trace exploits and restricts visibility of ProcFS to only what is necessary – making your servers more secure.
Set individual limits for your blog, applications, and your website so that a sudden spike to one will not take down the rest of your properties.
All CloudLinux innovations, such as CageFS, aim to improve security and stability on servers. So where other operating systems will allow entire servers full of customers to go down, CloudLinux stays stable by isolating the impact to the offending tenant.
- Isolates users from each other to avoid the “bad neighbor effect”
- Prevents users from seeing configuration files and other private information
- Gives the power to monitor and control limits, such as CPU, IO, Memory, and others
- Helps to restrict and throttle MySQL database abusers
- Compatible with all major control panels
- Interchangeable with CentOS and RHEL