2014-08-20 13:34:19 - The international hosting provider HOST1PLUS updates licensing options and presents KernelCare
This week the UK based hosting provider HOST1PLUS introduced new options for WHMCS and CloudLinux users hereby extending the range of customers that now may use the mentioned services.
WHMCS licenses are now open to reseller, VPS, cloud VPS and dedicated server users. WHMCS is widely used to ease the interaction with customers and the management of invoices and payments online. WHMCS provides numerous functions ranging from signup to service termination, including automated billing, reminders and more.
HOST1PLUS presented access to CloudLinux licenses for cloud VPS and dedicated server users. According to the announcement, CloudLinux ensures security consolidation and performance control for the users who encounter problems related to server overuse.
KernelCare from CloudLinux was added as well to prevent downtime and boost
server performance. As stated, this tool does not require server reboot therefore ensures a stable and secure service with minimum downtime. KernelCare is compatible with CentOS, RHEL, CloudLinux, OpenVZ and more.
“Ensuring a stable and secure hosting service is not an easy task to pursue, so we always make use of reliable third party products that help us improve our service," - said Andrius Kazlauskas, the co-founder and CEO of HOST1PLUS.
Later this year the company presented customer support in Russian, Portuguese and Spanish and opened new locations in LA, California; Chicago, Illinois; and Johannesburg, South Africa.
HOST1PLUS is an international cloud computing technologies empowered hosting company which provides shared hosting, Linux and Windows cloud hosting, VPS hosting, reseller hosting, dedicated servers, domain name registration services and SSL certificates. HOST1PLUS can boast about the main values which are essential to an international web hosting company – stability, reliability and a great support team. HOST1PLUS is based in London, United Kingdom; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.