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Thumbs Up BlueOnyx Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:04 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

BlueOnyx is an open-source web control panel that only runs on the CentOS and Scientific Linux distributions. Its interface may show its age a bit, but there is good support for multi-user setups among many other features.

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Thumbs Up Ajenti Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 03:02 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Ajenti is a Python-based web control panel system, which makes it stand out from all PHP-based panels. Its website claims there are more than 55,000 active users of Ajenti. The interface is very well-designed. Ajento runs on various Linux distributions and FreeBSD.

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Thumbs Up ISPConfig Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:59 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

ISPConfig is a popular, open-source web control panel system with good enterprise support. The project claims to have more than 40,000 downloads per month. There is good multi-server, IPv6, and virtualization (OpenVZ) support, which is ideal for ISPs or other corporate environments.

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Thumbs Up Webmin Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:58 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Webmin an open-source web control panel for system administration on Linux/Unix. It has dozens of modules for configuring server services. Their Cloudmin tool is a Webmin-based interface for managing virtual systems, including Xen, KVM, and OpenVZ.

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Thumbs Up Sentora Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:57 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Sentora is a fork of ZPanel. This fork happened after Zpanel’s sale to a US-based company. Sentora brands itself as the “community version” of ZPanel. The team behind Sentora also offers subscription-based, premium support.

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Thumbs Up ZPanel Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:27 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Zpanel (hasn’t been updated since March 3, 2014 and may no longer be maintained) is open-sourced and aims to be an “enterprise-class web hosting control panel with support for unlimited resellers.” The interface is compact and highly functional. Zpanel has support for many operating systems, including Linux, Windows, MacOS, and FreeBSD.

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Thumbs Up Vesta Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:25 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Vesta is open-sourced and aims to be a simple and lightweight web control panel. It does not support the more enterprise-like features (like multi-server setups), but it does try to place an emphasis on performance by using Nginx for the web panel frontend and Apache for the application backend.

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Thumbs Up Froxlor Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:23 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

Froxlor is an open-source web control panel with a very clean interface. There is IPv6 support, a ticketing system, and an integrated reseller-customer messaging system. It is ideal for ISPs and similar organizations.

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Thumbs Up i-MSCP Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:22 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

i-MSCP is open-sourced and aims to be a good multi-server control panel for both personal and professional (i.e., hosting providers) usage. There is no one particularly outstanding facet of this web panel, but there is an active community around it.

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Thumbs Up ISPmanager Review
Posted by: cybernetwebdesign - 01-21-2017, 02:18 AM - Forum: Control Panel Reviews - No Replies

ISPmanager is a Linux-based, flexible control panel offered by ISPsystem, a leading provider of hosting automation solutions in Russia. For nearly two decades, ISPmanager has grown to become one of the most popular web control panels in Eastern European nations, with rising popularity in other territories. This powerful panel is offered in two editions; both are equipped to handle unlimited domains and users, and can be customized to meet your branding needs.

ISPmanager Lite is designed for managing VPSs and dedicated servers.
ISPmanager Business is ideal for shared or reseller hosting.

ISPmanager is a commercial product with features similar to premium control panels, however, the price point is on the lower end of the spectrum comparatively, so many end users find this option to be a better value. ISPmanager’s rich feature set and affordable cost combination are what make us proud to help introduce the software to the US market.

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