Cloud Infrastructure is the most secure, extensive, and reliable cloud platform, offering over 200 fully featured services from data centers globally.
Security at starts with our core infrastructure. Our Infrastructure is monitored 24/7
We deliver the highest network availability of any cloud provider.
The Global Infrastructure is built for performance.
Global Infrastructure enables companies to be highly flexible and take advantage of the conceptually infinite scalability of the cloud.
Global Infrastructure allows you to choose how and where to run your workloads.
We have the most significant global infrastructure footprint of any provider.
Utilize the analyzing and evaluating to start managing accts, money transfers, and taxation.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Generating leads technology lets users monitor every step of the sales process, from generating leads to digital marketing to customer emails and phone calls.
Human Resources (HR)
Utilize customizable frameworks to keep track of costs, transportation requests, and worker advancements.
Sales and Purchasing
Organize sales-related tasks like material requests, estimates, orders, and delivery tracking.
To expedite the job, plan, timetable, and keep track of the project's actions.
Control and archive asset data, such as its prestige, placement, return policy, general liability, amortization, and other details.
To ensure uniformity in the distribution chain, keeping a particular viewpoint of the goods and equities across all places is critical.
Grocery & Food
Start a food marketplace and build an app to order food with it.
Multi-Vendor supports downloadable products by default.
Selling pharmacy and medical supplies requires detailed product pages with descriptions, features, and images.
Classic. Our marketplace solution and the multi-vendor application are tailored perfectly to selling electronics.
Health & Beauty
Like pharmacy, health and beauty products require detailed descriptions and quality photos. The mobile app supports these features by default.
Home & Garden
The multi-vendor app is designed to sell physical products, so selling home and garden goods with an app is a perfect use case.
Vendors are the driving force of your marketplace.
Manage your sellers effectively, communicate with them, and promote them.
Attract more sellers and take your marketplace to the next level.
Difficulties of design
code-based platforms are difficult to manage for citizen users.
Possibilities of design
This point is not about simplicity but about the range of design tools.
eCommerce Online Marketplace
Business-to-business (B2B) refers to the production of goods and services by an enterprise, particularly a sector, to certain other enterprises. The above types of representatives do not seek out as many clients as possible.
When a company deals effectively with consumers, it uses the business-to-customer (B2C) model. Absolute economy behemoths like Amazon, eBay, AliExpress, and other similar names are defined in this sector.
A customer-to-customer (C2C) platform is what, exactly? The final illustration is a store called Semexe.com that retails utilized bikes to customers directly.
Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) for starters is one of Amazon’s most successful products.
Amazon Dynamo DB:
A NoSQL (not only SQL) database service that’s fully managed and promises high tolerance against faults. With seamless scalability and independent provisioning capabilities, DynamoDB significantly reduces any need for active human intervention.
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3):
Though thin on features, the Amazon Simple Storage Service is especially for high-scale performance and massive storage capacities.
This service supports sophisticated tasks with specific needs. High-end professionals like scientists and academics use HPC for its high performance and rapid delivery, along with other industries too.
The focus of Redshift is to provide extreme storage capabilities to deliver massive data warehousing. Of course, supported by the strong foundation of MPP architecture.
Cloud Migration: We provide end-to-end migration services to help you move your existing applications and workloads to the cloud.
Infrastructure Design and Setup: We can design and setup the right cloud infrastructure to meet your organization’s needs.
Cloud Security: We ensure that your applications and workloads are secure in the cloud and provide the necessary security controls.
Cloud Optimization: We optimize your cloud infrastructure to maximize performance, reliability, and scalability.
DevOps Services: We provide DevOps services to help you automate and manage your cloud infrastructure and applications.
Monitoring and Reporting: We can provide real-time monitoring and reporting of your cloud environment to ensure maximum performance and availability.
Cost Optimization: We can help you reduce costs by managing your usage and optimizing your cloud architecture.
Support Services: We provide 24/7/365 support to ensure that your cloud infrastructure is always up and running.
Resource Isolation: CloudLinux uses a technology called Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE) to isolate and control the allocation of server resources (CPU, memory, and I/O) for each individual hosting account or customer.
KernelCare: KernelCare is a service provided by CloudLinux that offers live patching of the Linux kernel.
CageFS: CageFS is a virtualized file system that encapsulates each user's files and processes, providing an additional layer of security and preventing users from seeing each other's files.
PHP Selector: CloudLinux includes a PHP Selector feature, allowing users to select and configure their preferred PHP version and settings for their websites.
Hardened Kernel: CloudLinux provides a hardened kernel with additional security features to protect against various types of attacks.
Multiple PHP Versions: Hosting providers can offer multiple PHP versions to their customers, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of web applications.
Compatibility: CloudLinux is compatible with popular control panels like cPanel and Plesk, making it easier for hosting providers to integrate into their existing infrastructure.
Support and Updates: CloudLinux offers support and regular updates to ensure the continued security and functionality of the operating system.
Website Management: Users can create, modify, and delete websites, subdomains, and domain names.
Email Management: cPanel allows users to set up and manage email accounts, including creating email addresses, forwarding emails, and configuring spam filters.
File Management: You can upload, download, and manage files on the web server using a built-in File Manager or FTP (File Transfer Protocol).
Database Management: Users can create and manage databases, including MySQL databases, and set up database users and permissions.
Security: cPanel offers various security features, such as SSL certificate management, IP blocking, and password protection for directories.
DNS Management: You can configure Domain Name System (DNS) settings, manage DNS zones, and create DNS records.
Backup and Restore: cPanel provides tools for creating backups of your website and data, as well as options for restoring them.
Software Installation: Users can easily install web applications like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal using tools like Softaculous.
Metrics and Analytics: You can view website traffic statistics, error logs, and other performance metrics.Creating and restoring backups of website data.
Web Hosting Management: Plesk allows hosting providers to manage multiple websites, domains, and subdomains on a single server or across multiple servers.
Server Management: Plesk provides server administrators with tools to manage the underlying server infrastructure.
Website Management: Users can easily create and manage websites and web applications through Plesk.
Email Management: Plesk includes email management tools for setting up and managing email accounts, mailing lists, and spam filters.
Security: Plesk offers various security features, including firewall configuration, SSL certificate management, and malware scanning.
Automated Backups: Plesk allows users to schedule and manage automated backups of websites and server data.
Database Management: Plesk supports popular database systems like MySQL and PostgreSQL. Users can create and manage databases, database users, and database backups.
DNS Management: You can configure and manage DNS records, including A, CNAME, MX, and TXT records, through Plesk's DNS management tools.
Application Deployment: Plesk includes a marketplace where users can find and deploy various web applications and content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.
Website Management: DirectAdmin allows users to create, edit, and delete websites, subdomains, and email accounts.
Email Management: Users can set up and manage email accounts, configure spam filters, and handle email forwarding and autoresponders.
DNS Management: DirectAdmin enables users to manage their domain's DNS records, making it easy to point domains to the appropriate servers and configure various DNS settings.
Database Management: Users can create and manage databases, typically using MySQL or PostgreSQL, for their web applications.
FTP Access: DirectAdmin allows users to set up FTP accounts for secure file transfers to and from their server.
Server Configuration: Hosting providers can use DirectAdmin to manage server-wide settings and resources, including user accounts, security settings, and server performance.
Backup and Restore: DirectAdmin provides backup and restore functionality, allowing users to create backups of their websites and databases for disaster recovery.
Security: The control panel includes various security features to help protect websites and server resources.
Software Installation: Users can install popular web applications and content management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal through DirectAdmin's one-click installer.
Reseller Capabilities: Hosting providers often use DirectAdmin to offer reseller hosting services.
LiteSpeed Web Server (LSWS): This is the core product of LiteSpeed Technologies. It's a commercial web server software that is known for its speed and efficiency.
OpenLiteSpeed: This is an open-source version of the LiteSpeed web server. It's a more lightweight and simplified version of the commercial LSWS, making it suitable for small to medium-sized websites and projects.
LiteSpeed Cache: LiteSpeed Cache (LSCache) is a caching plugin for popular CMS platforms like WordPress, Joomla, and Magento.
LiteSpeed ADC (Application Delivery Controller): LiteSpeed ADC is a load balancer and application delivery controller designed to optimize the distribution of web traffic across multiple servers. It helps improve website availability, scalability, and redundancy.
LiteSpeed QUIC (LSQUIC): QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections) is a modern transport protocol designed to improve web performance and security.
Security: LiteSpeed web servers are known for their security features. They include a range of security measures to protect websites from common web threats.
Commercial and Open Source Versions: LiteSpeed is available in both open-source and commercial versions.
Compatibility: While it's not as widely used as Apache or Nginx, LiteSpeed is compatible with many web applications
Billing and Invoicing: WHMCS automates the billing process, generating invoices for hosting services, domain registrations, and other products or services.
Client Management: The software provides tools for managing customer accounts, including account creation, suspension, and termination.
Product Management: WHMCS allows you to define and manage hosting plans, domain offerings, and other products.
Support and Ticketing: WHMCS includes a support ticket system that enables you to provide customer support and track issues and inquiries efficiently.
Automation: The system can automate various tasks, such as provisioning hosting accounts, domain registrations, and suspending or terminating accounts for non-payment.
Integration: WHMCS is designed to integrate with popular hosting control panels like cPanel and Plesk.
Reporting and Analytics: It offers reporting and analytics tools to help you monitor the performance of your hosting business and track financial data.
Security: WHMCS is designed with security in mind and includes features like SSL certificate support, CAPTCHA integration, and other security measures.
Malware Detection and Removal: Imunify360 employs advanced algorithms to detect and remove malicious code and malware from websites and server files.
Web Application Firewall (WAF): The solution includes a web application firewall that helps protect websites from common web application attacks.
Brute Force Protection: Imunify360 can automatically block or limit login attempts from suspicious or malicious IP addresses to prevent brute force attacks on websites and server logins.
Proactive Defense: It uses a behavior-based approach to identify and block threats in real time, even if they are previously unknown or zero-day vulnerabilities.
Reputation Management: Imunify360 maintains a database of known malicious IP addresses and automatically blocks traffic from these sources to enhance security.
Centralized Management: The solution provides a centralized dashboard for server administrators to monitor and manage security settings and incidents across multiple websites and servers.
Real-time Insights: Administrators can access real-time reports and insights into server and website security, helping them make informed decisions.
Automated Scanning: It offers automated scanning of websites and server files, including scheduled scans to ensure ongoing protection.
Advanced Firewall Rules: Administrators can define custom firewall rules to tailor the security settings to their specific needs. This flexibility allows for fine-tuning security measures.
Automated Backups: JetBackup allows users to schedule automated backups at regular intervals to ensure data is regularly backed up without manual intervention.
Incremental Backups: The solution often supports incremental backups, which only back up changes made since the last backup.
Flexible Backup Storage: JetBackup can back up data to various storage options, such as local storage, remote servers, cloud storage providers.
Data Restoration: Users can easily restore data from backups with a few clicks through a user-friendly interface.
Version Control: Some versions of JetBackup allow for version control, enabling users to choose from multiple backup copies and restore to a specific point in time.
Remote Management: It often includes a centralized web-based control panel for remote management and monitoring of backups across multiple servers.
Customization: JetBackup can be configured to back up specific files, databases, or entire websites, providing users with flexibility in data protection.
Security: JetBackup usually offers encryption options to secure backed-up data, ensuring data privacy and compliance with security standards.
Reporting and Monitoring: The software provides reporting and monitoring features to keep track of the status and health of your backups.
Live Patching: KernelCare allows you to apply critical security patches to the Linux kernel without interrupting server operations.
Automated Updates: The service automatically detects and applies necessary kernel patches, reducing the need for manual intervention.
Broad Kernel Support: KernelCare supports a wide range of Linux distributions, including CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, and more.
Security Patching: It focuses on patching critical security vulnerabilities, reducing the risk of security breaches due to unpatched kernel issues.
Compatibility: KernelCare patches are carefully crafted to ensure compatibility with other software and applications running on the server.
Reporting and Monitoring: KernelCare provides tools for tracking patch status and monitoring the health of your Linux servers.
Cost-Efficient: By avoiding downtime and manual kernel updates, KernelCare can save organizations time and money in the long run.
Centralized Management: If you have multiple servers, KernelCare offers tools for centralized management.
Enhanced Security: By maintaining up-to-date kernels with KernelCare, you can reduce the attack surface and minimize the risk of security breaches that target kernel vulnerabilities.
One-Click Installation: Softaculous offers one-click installation for a wide variety of web applications, making it easy for users to deploy websites and web-based software.
Wide Application Library: It supports a diverse range of applications, including popular CMS platforms.
Automatic Updates: Softaculous can help keep your web applications up to date by automatically notifying you of available updates.
Backup and Restore: It includes backup and restore features, making it easy to create backups of your website or application and restore them in case of issues or data loss.
Ratings and Reviews: Users can benefit from the ratings and reviews of applications, helping them choose the best software for their needs.
Staging Environments: Softaculous often supports creating staging environments, allowing you to test changes or updates to your website before making them live.
Customization: While Softaculous simplifies the installation process, it also provides options for customizing installations and settings, depending on the specific needs of your website.
User-Friendly Interface: It offers an intuitive and user-friendly interface, making it accessible to both beginners and experienced users.
Script Updates: Softaculous frequently updates the latest versions of web applications and new software additions.
Drag-and-Drop Editor: SitePad typically offers a drag-and-drop website builder, allowing users to place elements like text, images, and widgets on their web pages with ease.
Templates: SitePad provides a library of pre-designed website templates that users can choose from.
Customization: Users can customize their chosen templates, changing colors, fonts, and other design elements to match their branding.
Responsive Design: SitePad's templates are usually designed to be mobile-responsive, ensuring that websites look good and function properly on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Widgets and Plugins: SitePad often offers a selection of widgets and plugins that can be added to websites.
SEO Tools: Some versions of SitePad include basic SEO (Search Engine Optimization) tools to help users optimize their websites for search engines.
E-commerce Support: Depending on the version, SitePad may also include features for creating and managing e-commerce stores, allowing users to sell products online.
Hosting Integration: SitePad is often offered by web hosting providers as an integrated solution.
Content Management: It usually provides a content management system, which allows users to create, edit, and organize their website's content.
Blogging: Users can often create and manage a blog within their SitePad website, making it suitable for both simple websites and more content-focused sites.
User Management: It allows system administrators to create and manage user accounts, each with its own set of virtual machines.
Template Management: You can set up and manage templates for different operating systems and configurations, making it easier to deploy new virtual machines.
Resource Management: You can allocate CPU, RAM, storage, and bandwidth resources to virtual machines.
Backup and Restore: Virtualizor includes backup and restore functionality for virtual machines, helping users protect their data.
Monitoring and Statistics: The control panel provides tools for monitoring server and virtual machine performance, as well as usage statistics.
Networking: It offers network management features, including IP address assignment and firewall management.
Migration: Virtualizor allows for the migration of virtual machines between physical servers.
Snapshots: Users can create snapshots of their virtual machines at specific points in time, which can be helpful for backup and recovery.
Auto-Scaling: It can automatically scale resources based on usage or a predefined schedule.
Load Balancing: DNS clusters distribute incoming DNS queries across multiple servers to ensure that no single server becomes overwhelmed with traffic. This load balancing helps maintain a responsive and efficient DNS resolution service. When a user's device queries the DNS for a specific domain, the DNS cluster can route that query to an available server within the cluster, distributing the load evenly.
High Availability: Having multiple servers in a DNS cluster provides redundancy and failover capabilities. If one server in the cluster becomes unavailable due to hardware failure, maintenance, or other issues, the other servers can continue to provide DNS resolution services. This redundancy ensures high availability and minimizes service disruption.
Geographic Distribution (GSLB): The geographic distribution of DNS clusters is often referred to as Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB). With GSLB, DNS clusters are set up across different geographic locations. When a user makes a DNS query, the system can direct the query to the nearest or most appropriate server based on the user's location. This reduces latency and optimizes performance, especially for services that have a global user base.
DDoS Mitigation: DNS clusters can help mitigate Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks by spreading the attack traffic across multiple DNS servers. DDoS attacks attempt to overwhelm a target server or network with a flood of traffic. By distributing the traffic across multiple servers in a cluster, it becomes more challenging for attackers to disrupt the service, as the traffic can be absorbed and mitigated effectively. It plays a crucial role in ensuring that internet users can access websites and services seamlessly and securely.
Detect Outgoing Spam: The primary function of an outgoing spam monitor is to identify any emails originating from the organization's email servers that exhibit spam-like behavior.
Rate Limiting: Outgoing spam monitors may implement rate limiting, which restricts the number of emails that can be sent from a particular IP address or domain in a given time period.
Content Analysis: Advanced outgoing spam monitors may employ content analysis techniques to examine the content of outgoing emails.
Authentication and Authorization: Outgoing spam monitors often enforce authentication and authorization mechanisms to ensure that only authorized users or applications can send emails from the organization's servers.
Monitoring and Reporting: The system continuously monitors outgoing email traffic and generates reports or alerts when suspicious activity is detected.
Quarantine or Blocking: When outgoing spam is detected, the monitor can quarantine or block the offending email(s) to prevent it from reaching the intended recipients, minimizing potential harm.
Feedback Loop: Outgoing spam monitors may have a feedback loop to inform the organization's administrators about the actions taken.
Blacklist Check: They may also regularly check if the organization's IP addresses or domains are listed on public email blacklists and take steps to delist them if necessary.
Shoutcast and Icecast Support: WHMSonic was a popular and widely used software application for managing and streaming online radio stations. WHMSonic supported both the Shoutcast and Icecast streaming protocols, allowing users to choose the one that best suited their needs.
Web-Based Control Panel: Users can manage their radio stations, including creating playlists, scheduling content, and monitoring listener statistics, through a web-based control panel.
AutoDJ: The AutoDJ feature allowed for automated broadcasting of content even when the broadcaster was offline. Users could upload audio files and create playlists for continuous broadcasting.
Listener Statistics: WHMSonic provided detailed listener statistics, including the number of listeners, the geographic locations of listeners, and peak listening times.
Multiple Bitrate Streams: Users could offer their radio streams at multiple bitrates to accommodate different listener connection speeds.
Reseller Support: WHMSonic was designed to be used by hosting resellers, making it possible for resellers to offer radio hosting services to their own clients.
Integration with cPanel: As a cPanel plugin, WHMSonic seamlessly integrated with the popular web hosting control panel, making it easy for web hosting companies to offer radio hosting as an additional service.
File Scanning: CXS scans server files and scripts for known vulnerabilities and exploits, helping to identify and mitigate potential threats in real time.
Quarantine and Removal: When a potential threat is detected, CXS can quarantine or remove the affected files to prevent them from being executed and causing harm to the server.
Definition Updates: CXS regularly updates its exploit definitions to stay current with the latest security threats and vulnerabilities.
Logging and Alerts: It can generate logs and alerts to inform server administrators about any detected security issues.
Customization: CXS often allows for customization of scan rules and configurations to tailor security measures to specific needs.
Integration: It can be used in conjunction with other security measures, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and antivirus software, to create a comprehensive defense against web-based threats.
Improved Performance: Nginx is designed for high concurrency and low memory usage, making it an excellent choice for serving static content and handling a large number of simultaneous connections.
Load Balancing: Nginx can act as a reverse proxy and load balancer, distributing incoming requests among multiple backend web servers.
Caching: Nginx can be configured for caching, which means it can store frequently accessed content in memory, reducing the load on your backend web servers and improving response times for users.
Reduced Server Load: Offloading the handling of static content and implementing caching can reduce the load on your Apache web server, which is typically used to serve dynamic content.
Improved Responsiveness: Nginx's event-driven, non-blocking architecture makes it highly responsive and well-suited to handle a large number of concurrent connections.
Security: Nginx can be configured to act as a layer of defense against certain types of attacks, such as DDoS attacks and some types of web application vulnerabilities.
Easy Integration: The cPnginx plugin is designed to work seamlessly with cPanel, making it relatively easy to integrate Nginx into your hosting environment without extensive manual configuration.
Client Management: Blesta allows you to keep detailed records of your clients, including contact information, service history, and billing details.
Invoicing: You can create and send invoices to clients directly through Blesta. It supports recurring billing, allowing you to automate the billing process for services.
Payment Processing: Blesta supports various payment gateways, making it easier for clients to pay their invoices.
Support Ticket System: It includes a support ticket system that helps you track and manage customer inquiries and support requests.
Automation: Blesta has automation features to streamline your workflow.
Customization: Blesta can be customized to fit your brand. You can create custom themes and templates to match your company's branding and design.
Addon Modules: It supports various add-on modules and extensions that can enhance its functionality.
Reports and Analytics: You can generate reports and access analytics data to gain insights into your business's financial health and performance.
Security: Blesta emphasizes security, ensuring that sensitive client information and financial data are protected.
Code Encryption: IonCube PHP Encoder takes PHP source code and compiles it into a format that is not human-readable. This makes it difficult for someone to view or modify the code.
Protection: The primary purpose of IonCube PHP Encoder is to protect intellectual property and prevent code theft. It's commonly used for commercial software applications, plugins, and other PHP projects where the developer wants to ensure that their code remains proprietary.
Licensing and Access Control: IonCube also provides licensing and access control features. Developers can create licenses and restrict the usage of their software to authorized users. This can be useful for enforcing subscription models, trial periods, and preventing software piracy.
Performance: While code encryption adds a layer of security, it can also have a minor impact on the performance of PHP applications, as the code needs to be decrypted before execution. However, the impact is usually minimal, and for most applications, it's not a significant concern.
Support for Various Platforms: IonCube supports various platforms and has solutions for Linux, Windows, and macOS environments.
Hypervisor Technology: Proxmox VE uses two primary virtualization technologies: KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) for full virtualization and LXC (Linux Containers) for lightweight container virtualization. This allows you to run both VMs and containers on the same platform.
Web-Based Management Interface: Proxmox VE provides a user-friendly web-based management interface, allowing you to create, configure, and monitor virtual machines and containers easily. It also includes a command-line interface (CLI) for advanced users.
Storage Options: You can use various storage options, including local storage, network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area network (SAN) solutions. Proxmox supports different storage types, such as ZFS, Ceph, and NFS.
Cluster Support: Proxmox VE allows you to create clusters of multiple Proxmox nodes for high availability and load balancing, making it suitable for production environments.
Templates and Snapshots: You can create VM templates for quick deployment and take snapshots to capture the state of VMs and containers at a specific point in time.
Backups: Proxmox VE offers backup and restore functionality, allowing you to back up your VMs and containers for disaster recovery.
Networking: You can configure network interfaces, bridges, and VLANs to create isolated networks for your VPS instances.
Integration with cPanel: This module integrates with cPanel, a widely used web hosting control panel. cPanel allows you to manage web hosting accounts, domains, email, and other hosting-related services.
WHMCS Integration: WHMCS is a popular billing and automation platform used by web hosting companies.
Client Management: With this module, you can manage your clients' cPanel accounts directly from your WHMCS dashboard.
Automated Billing: The integration allows you to automate billing for cPanel hosting accounts.
Provisioning and Deprovisioning: You can use the module to automatically provision new hosting accounts when customers sign up and deprovision them when they cancel or the service expires.
Product Configuration: You can define various hosting packages and products within WHMCS and configure the module to work with them.
Email and Domain Management: You can manage email accounts, domains, and DNS settings for your customers through the cPanel Extended For WHMCS module.
Security and Access Control: You can set access controls and permissions, ensuring that only authorized individuals can make changes to hosting accounts.
Support and Maintenance: The module typically comes with support and updates, ensuring that it remains compatible with the latest versions of cPanel and WHMCS.
Integration: It seamlessly integrates Plesk with WHMCS, allowing hosting providers to manage Plesk hosting services directly from their WHMCS dashboard.
Product Management: Hosting providers can create and manage Plesk hosting products and plans within WHMCS.
Automation: Automation is a key benefit. The module automates various hosting-related tasks, such as provisioning, suspending, and terminating hosting accounts.
Billing and Invoicing: Plesk Extended for WHMCS ensures that billing and invoicing are synchronized with the hosting accounts in Plesk.
Client Management: Hosting providers can manage their clients, including creating, suspending, or deleting customer accounts, all from within WHMCS.
Support for Multiple Plesk Servers: The module typically supports the management of multiple Plesk servers.
Domain and Website Management: It provides tools for managing domains and websites, including the ability to create and manage websites, subdomains, databases, and more.
Security and Backup: Some modules may offer security and backup management features to enhance the overall security and reliability of hosting services.
Monitoring and Reporting: Plesk Extended for WHMCS may provide monitoring and reporting tools to keep track of server and account performance.
Unified User Experience: WHMCS Bridge offers a consistent and unified user experience by embedding WHMCS within your website.
Customization: It allows you to customize the appearance and layout of your integrated WHMCS portal to match your website's branding and design.
Security: WHMCS Bridge ensures that sensitive customer data is kept secure.
Efficiency: By streamlining the customer experience, WHMCS Bridge enhances the efficiency of managing billing, support, and account-related tasks.
Marketing Integration: You can seamlessly integrate promotions, order forms, and product listings into your website, helping to boost your sales and marketing efforts.
Automated Provisioning: WHMCS Bridge enables automated provisioning of hosting services and products.
Billing and Invoicing: It centralizes billing and invoicing for web hosting services, making it easier to manage subscriptions, invoices, and payments.
Support and Ticketing: WHMCS Bridge integrates customer support and ticketing systems, improving the overall customer service experience.
Analytics and Reporting: It provides access to valuable analytics and reporting tools, allowing you to track customer activity, financial data, and other key performance indicators.
Scalability: WHMCS Bridge is highly scalable, making it suitable for businesses of all sizes, from small hosting providers to large enterprises.
Client Management: It allows hosting providers to manage their VPS clients, create, suspend, or terminate VPS accounts directly from within WHMCS.
Provisioning and Automation: It enables automated provisioning of VPS servers for clients, ensuring that the virtual servers are created and configured automatically after the client places an order.
Resource Management: The module can be used to allocate resources such as CPU, RAM, and disk space to each VPS, and to monitor and manage these resources.
VPS Monitoring: You can provide clients with tools for monitoring the status of their VPS servers, including rebooting, shutting down, or restarting the servers.
Billing Integration: The module integrates with WHMCS billing, allowing for seamless billing and invoicing for VPS services.
Support for Multiple Virtualization Technologies: SolusVM supports various virtualization technologies, including OpenVZ, KVM, and Xen.
Customization: Hosting providers can configure and customize various aspects of the integration to match their specific requirements.
Security and Access Control: Access to VPS management is controlled and restricted based on client permissions and security settings.
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5. 24/7 Support: Our dedicated team is always available to provide support, ensuring uninterrupted operations and peace of mind.
Join hands with INFORMATICS SYSTEMS, and embark on a journey towards technological excellence and business transformation. We're here to propel your business to greater heights in Bangladesh or worldwide. Contact us today, and let's shape the future together.