Webmin Server Management – Getting trouble with the Open Source Control Panels, here is the one which is stable which we make it for you. Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix.

It is very simple as Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. Webmin removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files like /etc/passwd, and lets you manage a system from the console or remotely.

It is also known as a good free alternative to cPanel hosting control panel. You can get all it configured only within a day at 24x7serversupport.com. You just have to drop an email at contact@24x7serversupport.com for Webmin Server Management.

Basic Monitoring is provided FREE of COST with this package.

Select the addon while signing up for CentOS Web Panel Management.

Specification

Supported Servers
  • Red Hat® Enterprise Linux
  • CentOS
  • CloudLinux
  • Debian
  • FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD
Control Panels
  • Webmin Control Panel
Support Features
  • 24×7 Support
  • Level 1 Support
  • Level 2 Support
  • Level 3 Support
  • Unlimited Ticket Support
Webmin Server Support
  • Webmin Installation and Setup
  • Server Software Update & Maintenance
  • 3rd Party Software/Script Installations
  • System Security, Optimization and Hardening
  • Server Migration & Transfers (50GB free)
3rd Party Software Installation
  • Zend Optimizer
  • eAccelerator
  • Softaculous
  • PRM
  • SPRI
  • System Integrity Monitor
Security Services
  • Firewall Configurations
  • APF Tuning
  • CSF Tuning
  • RootKit Hunter Configuration
  • OpenSSH Security
  • FTP Hardening
  • Compiler Security
  • Stunnel Security
  • Shell Fork Bomb Protection
  • tmp folder(s) Security
  • Mod_security
  • PHP Hardening
Server Optimization
  • Operating System Optimization
  • Mysql Tuning and Optimization (basic)
  • Apache Optimization
  • PHP Optimization
  • Kernel Optimization (sysctl.conf)
  • Hard disk Optimization
  • Dynamic Library Optimization
  • Binary Striping
  • Memcached Server Installation
  • PHP-Memcache Installation
  • Xcache Configuration
  • eAccelerator
Server Log Analysis
  • Monitoring the Server Logs for Spam Source
  • Restart Failed Services upon Notifications
  • Fixing Server Services having Problems