Multiple Control Panels
Learn just what exactly lies behind the concept of ‘Multiple Control Panels’ and why choosing a Control Panel can be so important for your hosting account.
A control panel is a web-based graphic interface that permits you to manage different aspects of your hosting service. A few examples of things you'll be able to do using this type of a software tool are e-mail and file management, DNS records editing, URL forwarding, and many others. As you'll find various control panel brands, the services that you will be able to control are also different and may also depend on the characteristics that the hosting company offers. For example, you may have a specific option in one control panel and not in another, or it may take more steps to do a certain task. Such an instrument gives you the opportunity to use a point-and-click interface instead of typing commands with complex syntax in a command line. Although some users would rather have the aforementioned option, the vast majority of users appreciate the easier level of administration which a control panel can offer.
Multiple Control Panels in VPS Servers
In case you'd like to use one of our Virtual Private Servers, you'll find three different control panels to choose from on the order page. Depending on the Operating System that you choose and what you're looking for, you could have the VPS integrated with Hepsia, DirectAdmin or cPanel. The first one is the least difficult one to use and you'll be able to control every aspect of the service through it in one place, including payments, domain registrations and trouble tickets. All the domains which you host on the hosting server will be handled in the exact same account. The other two control panels will enable you to generate an individual account for each and every domain hosted on the server and you'll have root-level access, but they are trickier to work with, so in case you lack previous experience with them, you may encounter some issues. DirectAdmin and cPanel are also perfect for launching your own hosting company because they both have client and reseller levels.