Multiple Control Panels in VPS Servers
If you wish to use one of our Virtual Private Servers, you will find three different control panels to choose from on the order page. Depending on the Operating System that you choose and what you need, you could have your VPS set up with Hepsia, DirectAdmin or cPanel. The first one is the least difficult one to use and you will be able to manage each and every aspect of the service through it in one place, which includes payments, domain registrations and trouble tickets. All the domains that you host on the web server will be administered in the same account. The other two control panels will permit you to create an individual account for each and every domain name hosted on the server and you will have root-level access, however they are more difficult to use, so if you do not have previous experience with them, you may experience some difficulties. DirectAdmin and cPanel are also appropriate for starting your own internet hosting company because they both include client and reseller levels.
Multiple Control Panels in Dedicated Servers
If you decide to acquire one of the dedicated server plans that we offer, you'll have as many as 3 control panels you could choose for your machine. The easiest one to work with is called Hepsia and it's in-house built. It'll allow you to do everything in one place, so even when you have little or no experience, you'll never have any problems to manage your website content, domains, payments or support tickets with no need to sign in to a separate system. Hepsia also has the most user-friendly interface. In comparison, the remaining two control panels - cPanel and DirectAdmin, are more complex to use, so you are expected to have more technical skills to be able to use them, but they will give you increased control over various server settings and will enable you to host every domain in an individual account. The aforementioned option makes these two control panels ideal for starting a reseller business and selling web hosting accounts to other people.