Linux Control Panel
ISPmanager is control panel for managing linux-based systems. Create websites, mail, and databases and manage Linux in the user-friendly web interface of ISPmanager.
Linux Control Panel Features
ISPmanager backs up websites, databases, mail, user settings, and other services.
Installation and management of Apache, Nginx, and OpenLiteSpeed are supported.
ISPmanager includes a firewall, a DDoS protection module, and email spam protection.
Controlling the load on equipment
Dashboard in ISPmanager shows RAM, CPU, and disk space usage.
Managing domains DNS records
You can store domain records in ISPmanager or connect external DNS services.
Support for node.js
Alternate versions of PHP
For each website, you can install an alternate version of PHP, for each website regardless of the global settings.
User permissions management
You give users access to manage the selected website or directory and flexibly delimit their rights.
ISPmanager works with Exim and Dovecot. Right from the panel, you can go to your RoundCube email client. Spam protection is provided.
File manager and FTP clients
You can work with file systems directly through ISPmanager: upload and import files, create directories, or edit. Supports integration with popular FTP clients.
Creation and support of websites
ISPmanager includes tools for fast CMS installation. Supports WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and others. You can also add your scripts to install applications.
Working with databases
Supports MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL, PerconaServer. You can configure alternative databases separately for each website.
Linux Control Panel includes
Third-party ISPmanager apps
Integration with billing systems
ISPmanager auto-installation on VPS and physical machines
Easy integration with any software
Comparison ISPmanager with other control panels for Linux
|CentOS 7 (recommended)||+||-|
|Debian (9, 10, 11)||+||-|
|Ubuntu (16.04, 18.04, 20.04)||+||+|
|MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL||+||+|
|Alternative versions of the database server||+||-|
|Support for programming languages|
|Support any PHP mode on all versions of php||+||-|
|Alternative versions of PHP||+||+|
Prising of ISPmanager
|5 €/month||10 €/month||15 €/month||20 €/month|
|For companies and individuals who create and manage websites. To install on a single virtual or physical machine with Linux.||Panel version for Service Provider Management. Suitable for managing one or several servers.|
Benefits of ISPmanager
Intuitive user interface
The control panel for Linux is straightforward to use. Thanks to the user-friendly web interface, you can easily manage your services.
Powerful tools for system administrators
Through ISPmanager you can manage Apache, Nginx and OpenLiteSpeed and keep your projects secure.
Unparalleled compatibility with Linux
ISPmanager is available on popular Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Debian, CenOS, and AlmaLinux. You can add your tools to the OS - ISPmanager will not interfere with their work.
A smart tool to manage processes
ISPmanager collects data about RAM load, CPU load, active sessions, background tasks, and other processes. This way, administrators can always keep the system under control.
Ease and savings in computing resources
ISPmanager has low hardware requirements from 1 CPU and 1 GB RAM. The control panel works perfectly, even under a very high load
ISPmanager FAQs: What do you need to know for Linux control panel?
What is a Linux control panel?
Usually, to deploy a database, create a website, or mail on Linux, we perform the configuration manually. The panel allows you to manage Linux easier and faster in a few clicks. It contains the necessary tools in a convenient interface.
Can I use ISPmanager for free?
ISPmanager is a commercial control panel. However, you can try it for free for 14 days. Try ISPmanager free
Is ISPmanager a community-driven panel?
No, ISPmanager is closed software. Only ISPmanager employees may participate immediately in its creation. Thanks to this we can guarantee high product reliability. At the same time, your feedback and suggestions are always welcome. These will be welcome in the Feature request.