KVM :- KVM is a Kernel Based Virtual Machine is an open source virtualization Technology Built into Linux. KVM Converts let you turn Linux into Hypervisor that allow a Host Machine to run Multiple isolated virtual isolated Environments called Guest or vms. In KVM Ram is shareable but we can’t share Hard disk E.g ( ..

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cPanel is one of the most popular Linux-based control panels for web hosting accounts. It lets you conveniently manage all services in a single place. Currently, cPanel is the industry standard and most web developers are well acquainted with it. Through Cpanel we can Create Multiple User Accounts to Manage Domain Suppose we have one partner ..

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Nowadays, managing servers is much easier for website owners with the abundance of helpful features available. Today’s standard is to provide control panels that are fast and easy to understand so that users can focus more on other tasks like generating content, implementing marketing plans and driving more traffic. It is easy to find a ..

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Having a website has become easier than ever due to the proliferation of great tools and services in the web development space. The Content management systems such as (WordPress, Joomla! Drupal, Magento etc.) are  highly extensible architectures, rich plugins, and an effective modules that have reduced the need to spend years learning web development before starting ..

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Backup as a service (BaaS) is an approach to backing up data that involves purchasing backup and recovery services from an online data backup provider. Instead of performing backup with a centralized, on-premises IT department, BaaS connects systems to a private, public or hybrid cloud managed by the outside provider. Backup as a service is ..

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