What is the best VPS control panel software?

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  1. James_Kyn

    James_Kyn New Member

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    What VPS control panel software is on the market, what are the features that make them different from on and other, what is most used and why?
     
  2. mau

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    The most popular these days is SolusVM http://solusvm.com and others like Virtualizor and OVZ Panel. All of them are for managing VPS and give a control panel to the end user to perform some actions like install OS, reboot, shutdown, etc. There are other control panel for VPS that are only meant to be a control panel just like cPanel and there are a dozen of them out there. My recommendation goes for SolusVM for its stability and pricing.

    It also depends what type of virtualization you're using and what kind of features are you looking for the administrator and end users, maybe if you provide that info someone could help answering more specific questions.
     
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    OpenVZ and proxmox are promising control panels but all depend on what do you like to do with this VPS
     
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    The best vps control panel software:
    1. CentOS Web Panel1. 2. ISPConfig 3. Froxlor 4. VestaCP 5. Webmin
     
  5. tumurhuyag

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    cPanel is the most widely used control panel. cPanel simplifies many website administration tasks. But it is a web-based control panel, it will consume your server resource. If your server doesn't have a rich resource, I recommend you to choose a lightweight control panel.

    Plesk is another most popular web-based control panel. It offers support for Linux as well as Windows. Compared to cPanel, Plesk supports for a much wider variety of Linux distributions. Plesk has a clean and easy to use interface, both novice and professional can handle it.

    DirectAdmin is a web-based GUI panel and runs on Linux server like cPanel. It comes with MySQL database management, email configuration, DNS menu, FTP, front page extension, and much.

    VPSrobots is a desktop Linux server control panel based on Windows platform. Although it is not quite as powerful as cPanel or Plesk, It comes with own impressive features set. Moreover, it isn’t a web-based control panel, so it doesn’t consume your precious server resource. The interface is not nice looking but really easy to use and user friendly. Additionally, VPSrobots can manage multiple website and servers with one license, so it might be the most economical one.
     

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