Webuzo is a LAMP stack for the Cloud - Cheaper than cPanel with Softaculous for VPSs too
Webuzo is a LAMP stack which is specially designed for the Cloud. The goal is to provide solution providers with the ability to easily launch, manage, and maintain a number of popular application and development stacks for their customers. Softaculous Webuzo helps you deploy Apps like Zend Framework, WordPress, Drupal, MediaWiki, and Joomla on your server, virtual machine or in the cloud. We have covered a wide array of Categories so that everyone could find the required application one would need to power their business. Webuzo enables you to focus more on using applications rather than maintaining them.
Some features are: manage and add internet domains, edit DNS zones, create databases and use included phpMyAdmin, create and manage FTP users and accounts, install or use SSL certificates, configure email addresses, configure Apache, PHP or MySQL (php.ini, httpd.conf files) directly from Webuzo’s interface, manage firewall (includes a powerful open source ConfigServer Firewall), manage cron jobs, view statistics, view server information, view usage for CPU, RAM, hard disk and bandwidth.
It will help you setup the LAMP stack and also easily check and apply updates to all your apps.
If you are running a virtual private server and want to say install or update WordPress, NextCloud, etc you have three basic options:
1. Do it manually which costs nothing but can be quite a pain
2. Pay for Softaculous ($1.50pm) and cPanel (Softaculous needs cPanel or similar to run - $20pm)
3. Install Webuzo ($2.50pm) with includes Softaculous
requires 1GB RAM and 5GB storage minimum to work so you want to consider this when buying a VPS service. They do also offer a free license option I see (a Freemium option with some features lacking) and a month's free trial of the full version.
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