Best Paid Control Panel for VPS?

Harry P

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Could any one recommend me some best paid control panel to manage VPS Linux servers? exclude cPanel because its price is pretty high and I could not go for its lifetime license then I would like to hear all your recommendations. Thanks
 

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webmin/virtualmin is good.
 

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Hugo E.
I used webmin, seem it was very simple and need more configurations to run websites on it after installed on the server...but also not sure it's more secure? and is it a free web panel if I don't remember wrong this.
 

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DirectAdmin is actually a pretty decent one
as well, and the price is only about $30/mth
or $300 for a lifetime (last time I had checked
any way)

Other than those already mentioned, here are a
few additional ones you may want to look into.

  • BlueOnyx *
  • CentOS Web Panel *
  • Core-Admin
  • Froxlor *
  • iMSCP *
  • InterWorx
  • ISPConfig *
  • ISPmanager
  • Plesk
  • Sentora *
  • Vesta *
  • ZPanel *
Those with asterisks (*) by their names are
open-source, so very affordable ;)
 

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exclude cPanel because its price is pretty high and I could not go for its lifetime license then I would like to hear all your recommendations. Thanks
You could get a VPS licence from cPanel for as little as $15 per month.

CentOS Web Panel is nice, as is DirectAdmin.
 

Harry P

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You could get a VPS licence from cPanel for as little as $15 per month.

CentOS Web Panel is nice, as is DirectAdmin.
what about Directadmin, I used it on a shared but how if it is used for a VPS?

If I don't want to pay $15 per month, can I go for cPanel lifetime license?

Yes, cPanel is Love!
Yes it's popular and friendly with users.

webmin/virtualmin is good.
I tried to install webmin on a VPS but it's hard to use and I removed it.
 

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I am using cPanel optimized with $19/mo from my hosting provider.

I vote for cPanel with more features and user-friendly interface.
 

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If you want for personal use, then cPanel or Plesk may not be justified. So, if you want to resell webhosting and don't want too many headaches you should consider a paid solution as it is safer and you have more documentation!

On the other hand, for personal use you may give a try with ISPConfig!
I have used in the past and it is a complete and great solution for webhosting with a pretty nice community!
If you really want to sell web hosting with a free panel, you should know that ISPConfig can be configured in a cluster environment with centralized control of database, files, control panels and web servers!
 

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Webmin / virtualmin is best. Webmin is free but Virtualmin have both free as well as paid version.
 

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For Paid Panel, cPanel & WHM will stand #1 always !
 

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I think the best control panel is Plesk and DirectAdmin.
They give a perfect solution for yours website and dont have all the unless things like in CPanel.

Also you can easily backup and restore yours data, what you dont have in CPanel.
 

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I'm recommending ISPmanager, again, for really cheap pricing, and the control panel itself is pretty clean looking, fast, reliable - what more could anyone possibly want? :rolleyes2:
 

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David Beroff
I heard more about this panel and I installed it but to be honest I have not tried to use it as putting a website on it.
Do you have any good experience with this hosting panel?
 
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