What is Plesk?
Plesk is a web hosting control panel that allows you to manage all aspects of your website.
There have been a few Plesk versions over the years including Plesk Obsidian (2019), Plesk Onyx (2016), Plesk 7-12 (2004/20014)
Plesk is currently the only web hosting control panel that works on both Windows and Linux operating systems.
Plesk helps agencies and website owners, streamline their processes and ensure high-level security and scalability. Plesk simplifies administration, improves performance, and ensures reliable redundancy. It also offers a wide range of functionality for system administrators – from installing new software such as WordPress to managing complex projects like setting up SSL certificates or integrating with 3rd party cloud environments like Amazon Web Services (AWS).
You can think of Plesk as an interface between your customers and the servers that host their websites, giving them full control over those servers no matter what platform they’re using.
Who’s Plesk designed for?
Web professionals like you from across the globe
- Infrastructure Providers
- IT Admins
- Content Managers
- Digital Agencies
Plesk also has a few Editions depending on what you need:
- Plesk Web Admin Edition
is for basic management of simple websites and your domains, without the extended tools and features.
- Plesk Web Pro Edition
is for those who need the full flexibility to build, secure and run highly optimized and customized websites. Get all the features, including the full WordPress Toolkit, to mass-manage and automate your projects.
- Plesk Web Host Edition
for Web Hosters to customize, provision, and manage hosting businesses. Get maximum flexibility, access to the domain management tools, and the full WordPress Toolkit to support your multi-tenant, “install anything” business model.
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