cPanel has shaken the web hosting community with its recent price rise announcement. They have changed its pricing model from a per server pricing to a per account model.  So if you’re a cPanel partner and were paying $11 per cPanel license for each server and running 1,000 websites, you’ll now have to pay $122. That’s approximately 1000% price rise! According to cPanel’s new pricing, here’s the breakup for 1000 websites : $32 for 100 accounts   $0.1 each for 900 accounts The “Not So Acceptable” New Pricing The pricing is different depending upon the number of accounts. The price for the end user is comparatively higher than the cPanel partners. New

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cPanel has shaken the web hosting community with its recent price rise announcement. They have changed its pricing model from a per server pricing to a per account model.  So if you’re a cPanel partner and were paying $11 per cPanel license for each server and running 1,000 websites, you’ll now have to pay $122. That’s approximately 1000% price rise! According to cPanel’s new pricing, here’s the breakup for 1000 websites : $32 for 100 accounts   $0.1 each for 900 accounts The “Not So Acceptable” New Pricing The pricing is different depending upon the number of accounts. The price for the end user is comparatively higher than the cPanel partners. New

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Kicking off Tuesday in Boston is Red Hat Summit 2019 where Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 could be released or at least hearing more about the company’s plans for releasing this next major installment of RHEL. It’s already been a half-year since the debut of the public beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 and given past timings, indications are that RHEL 8.0 should be released quite soon so we’re certainly looking forward to hearing ideally about its imminent release from this week’s Red Hat Summit 2019. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 as a reminder is largely based on the state of Fedora 28 and pulling in the Linux 4.18 kernel

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Kicking off Tuesday in Boston is Red Hat Summit 2019 where Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 could be released or at least hearing more about the company’s plans for releasing this next major installment of RHEL. It’s already been a half-year since the debut of the public beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 and given past timings, indications are that RHEL 8.0 should be released quite soon so we’re certainly looking forward to hearing ideally about its imminent release from this week’s Red Hat Summit 2019. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.0 as a reminder is largely based on the state of Fedora 28 and pulling in the Linux 4.18 kernel

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