Cpanel license and addons

cPanel and WHM VPS Licenses

Instant Activation
Free Resource Monitor License
SpamScan License
Hardware Requirements
Component Minimum Recommended
Processor 226 MHz 226 MHz
Memory 768 MB of RAM 1 GB of RAM
Disk Space 20 GB of
disk space 40 GB of
disk space
Recommended Partitions
For CentOS 6 and 7
RAM Min swap space
2 GB or less Two times the amount of RAM on the server.
2 GB to 8 GB The same as the amount of RAM on the server.
8 GB to 64 GB Half the amount of RAM on the server.
64 GB or more 4 GB

WhmSonic license

WHMSonic is the most powerful Shoutcast Control Panel and WHM/cPanel plugin, intended on making your life easier. You can install it on your server in seconds with a single SSH command and it allows you to offer shoutcast streaming media hosting, AutoDJ, radio reseller from your Dedicated or VPS WHM/cPanel server. WHMSonic is working with WHM/cPanel base system and it does not consume any server resources for itself. It has also powerful control panel side for your cpanel clients and resellers. Clients can setup a radio from their cPanel and fully control it easily. It has everything you need to start and manage your shoutcast radio service hosting.

Cloudlinux

CloudLinux is on a mission to make Linux secure, stable, and profitable. Its flagship product, CloudLinux OS, runs on more than 25,000 production servers today, and is recognized as the best OS for security and efficiency in a shared hosting environment. CloudLinux OS increases server density and enhances security, thus reducing operating costs, decreasing churn rates, and increasing profitability.
CloudLinux OS delivers these benefits by introducing the latest technologies specifically crafted for shared hosting into its kernel. Combine these features with all its tools and integrate them with major control panels and it becomes a must-have for any shared hosting provider.
Features
CloudLinux OS employs a range of the latest techniques combined with a custom Linux kernel to achieve a multitude of benefits for shared hosting providers.
CloudLinux OS benefits
Isolates users from each other to avoid the “bad neighbor effect”
Prevents users from seeing configuration files and other private information
Allows end user to select PHP versions 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6
Gives the power to monitor and control limits such as CPU, IO, Memory, and others
Helps restrict and throttle MySQL database abusers
Compatible with all major control panels
Interchangeable with CentOS and RHEL.

KernelCare

Overview


Today, system administrators are required to reboot servers to apply latest kernel updates, which are needed to prevent security issues. Yet, due to downtime associated with the reboot, such updates are often delayed – and pushed into the darkest hours of night. KernelCare solves this update & reboot issue by providing automated kernel security updates without reboots for most popular Linux distributions. It ensures optimal performance and uptime by allowing hosting providers and enterprises to keep kernels up-to-date with all security patches while keeping servers online.


Features


KernelCare technology can generate binary patches for some very complex kernel changes, including changes in kernel modules and kernel data structures. It can patch any kernel level vulnerability, so server operators no longer have to think about kernel updates.
Minutes to setup


Installation is simple, and doesn’t require rebooting.


Support for most popular operating systems


KernelCare supports CentOS/RHEL 5, 6 and 7, CloudLinux 5 and 6, OpenVZ, Virtuozzo, PCS, Debian 6 and 7 and Ubuntu 14.04. Other kernels will follow.
Prompt patches roll out


Kernel team monitors security mailing lists. Once they notice that there is a security vulnerability that affects one of the supported kernels – they prepare a patch for that vulnerability.
No performance impact


KernelCare loads patches using a special kernel module with no impact on system performance since those take only nanoseconds.
Ability to roll back changes


You can always roll back all applied changes by running the special command.