(Gawkwire) – Innovative shared hosting operating system (OS) developer CloudLinux (http://www.cloudlinux.com) announced today the active role the company will play at HostingCon 2013. Attendees will be able to unwind in the “CloudLinux Comfort Zone,” hear statistics about how shared hosting companies are working, and even win more than $65,000 worth of software including CloudLinux server licenses.
“HostingCon is a very important event to the CloudLinux team,” says Igor Seletskiy, Founder and CEO at CloudLinux. “The event gives hosting companies, service providers, and innovators a place to get together for learning, networking, and creating new partnerships. With so many opportunities for work, we wanted to give attendees a place to relax and experience the life of a CloudLinux administrator.”
CloudLinux will transform booth #425 into the “CloudLinux Comfort Zone,” a relaxed environment with massage chairs and chocolates. As attendees take a few moments out of their busy days, they will discover how relaxing life can be with the CloudLinux OS. The CloudLinux OS is a unique operating system designed for the requirements of shared hosting providers. With hardware resource limits defined for each user, system administrators using CloudLinux can forget about the “bad neighbor” effect and spend less time worrying about performance and server stability.
“CloudLinux makes life easier for hosts, and we wanted to give visitors to our booth at HostingCon 2013 a taste of that lifestyle,” says Seletskiy. “Of course, HostingCon is also a place for networking and growing your business. The event gives attendees deep insights into the entire web hosting industry, particularly through sessions, talks, and panels. This year, I will be delivering a speech that brings together data from more than a hundred different shared hosting companies to show attendees what their competitors are doing to ensure success.”
In “What Are Your Competitors Doing? Shared Hosting in Numbers,” Igor Seletskiy will present technical data collected from shared hosting providers. The detailed statistics will show how much RAM servers have, which software they are running, the number of cores per server, and much more. While Seletskiy’s session will offer invaluable technical insight, CloudLinux is also taking part in a giveaway that will provide hosts with the software they need to grow. Attendees can enter a contest from email security company SpamExperts to win “The Complete Service Provider Package” made up of $65,000 worth of licenses from major names in the hosting industry. The package includes 100 server licenses from CloudLinux, worth $12,000 alone.
“The Complete Service Provider Package is the biggest giveaway in the history of HostingCon, and CloudLinux is the ideal, high compatibility OS for the included software to be installed on,” says Seletskiy. “I would like to encourage everybody to visit booth #425 for some relaxation, attend my talk for some insider advice, and take part in this incredible contest.”
Since 2009, CloudLinux has developed a reputation for making the life of web hosts easier and more relaxed. HostingCon 2013 is an excellent opportunity to experience the feeling of CloudLinux first-hand.
CloudLinux will be at HostingCon 2013 in booth #425. Igor Seletskiy’s session, “What Are Your Competitors Doing? Shared Hosting in Numbers,” takes place on Wednesday, June 19th at 10:00am.
To learn more about CloudLinux and the CloudLinux OS, visit http://www.cloudlinux.com.
CloudLinux was founded in 2009 to address the distinctive needs of web hosting providers. The company’s headquarters are in Princeton, New Jersey, and its development team, composed of employees with an appreciable proficiency in the hosting business, is based in Donetsk, Ukraine. CloudLinux is a stable, privately funded company geared toward providing the ideal operating system (OS) to make even the most intricate and divergent hosting needs more straightforward. The company’s flagship OS is optimized to help hosting providers deliver more stable shared hosting services, with account isolation and resource allocation on an OS level.