Best Reason Yet To Switch Your Linux Server Control Panel

If you ended up on our site, reading this post, it's safe to assume that you're looking for an effective Linux server control panel to setup and manage one or more of your servers. Or, maybe, you don't have any servers yet but are looking into hooking one up. And if you're looking for a Linux server management tool, ServerSuit is probably not the first option that comes up on your search.

Indeed there are dozens of control panels out there, so why even bother with ServerSuit?

Well, it probably won't come as a surprise that our developers at ServerSuit were once in the same boat as you! We were looking to organize and manage our Linux servers remotely, and went through the same steps and tried the alternatives. The cumbersome nature of the more popular control panels has been talked about before. The general consensus about these control panels basically boils down to:

a. They're not very beginner friendly.

b. They're not very professional friendly.

When they have to migrate servers, or trade for a budget VPS hosting, with those control panels you're often either locked into using their system or setting everything up from scratch. Tall order if your server setup grew in size and complexity since you first launched it; doubly so if you're not a systems administrator.

These are issues you will never have with ServerSuit, because ServerSuit doesn't install itself on your servers. Your servers run standard (supported) Linux distros with additional services natively installed on top. Because we don't run our control panel on your server, your OS's aren't loaded on top of our infrastructure. The software you install gets standard updates automatically straight from the source. ServerSuit sets it all up, and let's you monitor and manage it from any device. 

No more starting over from scratch. Unlike the other panels, ServerSuit doesn't even use your server's resources to do its magic.

Need to move servers or switch panels? You can use ServerSuit to keep server configurations and backups to clone your Linux servers with just a clouple clicks. Since ServerSuit uses standard SSH communication for all operations, your server will be perfectly accessible even if you stop using our service.

Look, let's be honest. We don't have a massive marketing budget like the other panels. What we have is a team of passionate developers and administrators who have worked with Linux for over a decade. The Linux community is growing and much of that tide comes in the form of users who need both accesibility and flexibility while offering depth to professionals and novice users looking to get more serious, ServerSuit allows you to manage multiple servers at the same time, while letting you switch hosting providers or even servers without losing server configurations.This is what ServerSuit is. This is what we do.

You can start using ServerSuit for FREE for 30 days when you register your first server, and our prices are the lowest on the market. Whether you're just learning about running your own Linux server, or are looking for an alternative, low-cost, use-only-what-you-need, control panel you gotta sign-up and try ServerSuit out free for your first server!

February 26 2017

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Carlton flores
Linux has long been on the “wishlist" for control systems. Until now, most systems have been locked-in to the Windows operating system due to reliance on classic OPC—a ubiquitous communication standard based on Microsoft’s Distributed Component Object Model (DCOM). The name of the game is changing, however, with the arrival of the next-generation OPC standard, the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC-UA). The new standard was designed for cross-platform compatibility, which makes room for Linux to gain popularity in the automated control industry.