CloudLinux launches Getting Started with CloudLinux OS

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An online tutorial program for the leading platform for multitenancy is now available on-demand.

CloudLinux, the maker of the leading operating system for hosting providers, has announced the release of its comprehensive online tutorial program called “Getting Started with CloudLinux OS” for the company’s flagship product. It will help new CloudLinux OS users understand the operating system essential features and how to use them with the highest efficiency.

The online tutorial consists of a collection of videos and articles giving a lot of useful information about the features, requirements, licensing, and how to install and manage CloudLinux OS. CloudLinux OS is recognized as the leading platform for multitenancy and runs on more than 30,000 production servers today. It improves server stability, density, and security by partitioning and limiting resources, such as memory, CPU, connections, for each tenant. The CloudLinux OS also reduces operating costs and churn rates and increases the profitability of Linux servers used for shared hosting.

“Most of the CloudLinux OS features can be turned on one by one - that’s why enabling educated choices for our customers is very important,” - said Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux CEO. “Moreover, as we often release new features, this Getting Started with CloudLinux OS guide will also help our current customers understand what those features are all about”.

In order to make "Getting started with CloudLinux OS” more useful for the customers, the company will regularly extend the range of the online tutorial based on topics and feedback anticipated from the customers.

The Getting Started with CloudLinux OS online tutorial can be found here: cloudlinux.com/getting-started

About CloudLinux
CloudLinux is on a mission to make Linux secure, stable, and profitable. Its flagship product, CloudLinux OS, runs on more than 30,000 production servers today, and is recognized as the best OS for security and efficiency in a shared hosting environment. CloudLinux's fastest growing product, KernelCare, provides automated kernel security updates without reboots for most popular Linux distributions. KuberDock is a platform based on kubernetes and Docker containers that lets hosting providers extend their shared hosting environment with software previously ‘unhostable’ on shared servers. It allows them to choose from thousands of “dockerized” applications and offer to customers within hours.

With more than 4,000 customers and partners, including LiquidWeb and Dell, and more than 80,000 product installations, CloudLinux combines in-depth technical knowledge of hosting, kernel development, and open source with unique client care expertise. Visit CloudLinux.com for more information.

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