Cloud Linux Announces SecureLVE for Linux Hosting Servers

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 19, 2010


Cloud Linux has announced better hosted Linux server management capabilities with SecureLVE, an extension of CloudLinux's Lightweight Virtual Environment technology for hosting servers. According to this PR-USA news release SecureLVE allows the administrator to control CPU usage on a server at the tenant or application level.


SecureLVE provides a virtualized file system which separates each user on the server into its own virtual environment.

"SecureLVE provides a virtualized file system, which separates each user on the server into its own virtual environment, preventing one user from seeing any other users on the server. This new server security makes it difficult for hackers to attack, deface, or steal data from the shared web server.

"SecureLVE is based on CloudLinux's Lightweight Virtual Environment technology, which allows the administrator to control CPU usage on a server at the tenant or application level. Providing a security layer that limits the available applications, devices, and what a user can see in the file system, SecureLVE technology makes it harder for an attacker to penetrate the server."

Read the Full News Release at PR-USA

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