Category: Announcements

Linked Mail Nodes

As an exciting new way to optimize your hosting environment, we’re happy to introduce Linked Mail Nodes. This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about this great new feature from cPanel! What Are Linked Mail Nodes? Linked mail nodes are separate cPanel servers that can be configured solely to manage email services. This provides a number of benefits, which we’ll be discussing below. How Do Linked Mail Nodes Benefit My Business? …

cPanel® Contract And Policy Updates

cPanel cares about transparency.  We recently updated a number of our contracts and policies. The following contracts and policies were updated: End User License Agreement (EULA) Technical Support Agreement (TSA) Pricing and Term Agreement (PTA) Data Processing Agreements (DPA) Exhibit 9 to the PartnerNOC Agreement Standard DPA Privacy policy Changes To Customer Agreements The following changes were made to the EULA, TSA, PTA and DPAs: The definition of a “Beta Version” was changed to remove “cPanel …

Introducing Glass: A New Style For Paper Lantern

Glass, a clean and elegant take on our classic style, strips away the clutter and leaves only what you need to manage your website. Glass is now the default style for all new cPanel users, though is also available for anyone using version 96 (currently on the EDGE Tier). What Inspired Glass? For a product with an incredible amount of depth and complexity, our first priority was to make cPanel easier for users to navigate. …

Ubuntu LTS And Full cPanel® Support

In late 2020, CentOS 8 announced that it would be reaching its end-of-life in December of 2021. This news was rather unexpected in both the open source and web hosting worlds. In response, we have been working towards providing solutions that will not just benefit our Partners and Customers, but also provide options as we move forward together. Earlier this month, we announced that cPanel and WHM® version 94 will fully support …

NGINX® Caching And cPanel® Version 96

Caching, for our purposes here, is the temporary storage of website files in such a way (and often in various locations) that results in significantly faster website loading times for the end users. As a result, caching also reduces the overall resource usage on the server itself. In other words, when your website utilizes caching it consequently loads much faster for your visitors. NGINX caching is now officially supported in cPanel; let’s talk a little …

AlmaLinux And Full cPanel® Support

When it was announced in late 2020 that CentOS 8 would reach its end-of-life in December of 2021, both the open source and web hosting worlds were understandably taken a bit by surprise. With this in mind, we are very pleased to announce that cPanel & WHM® version 94 will fully support AlmaLinux immediately upon its launch date (March 30, 2021). Being day 1 partners with AlmaLinux is not only a …

Join cPanel at CloudFest 2021 Online

CloudFest is the world’s largest Cloud Computing and Web Hosting conference. What started as a single WebHostingDay back in 2004 in Cologne, Germany, has evolved into an international three-day Cloud Festival, all taking place in Germany’s largest theme park, Europa Park! Ask anyone that has attended, and we are sure they will have plenty of stories about the excellent sessions, networking, and of course, late-night parties! We are also sure you would love to get out and have some fun …

Updated End User License Agreement

We’ve recently updated our End User License Agreement.  The primary purpose of this update is to include the European Union’s “Standard Commercial Clauses” (SCC) in our Data Processing Agreement (DPA).  cPanel is providing the SCCs to help our customers who are in the European Economic Area comply with their regulatory obligations in light of the “Schrems II” decision.  These SCCs will automatically apply to cPanel, and our customers, without further action on …

CentOS 8 End-of-Life Announcement

The CentOS Project has announced several significant changes to its roadmap that may affect infrastructure and deployment plans for online businesses, data centers, and end users. These changes announced by CentOS include: Accelerated end-of-life for CentOS 8; no further operating system updates will be available after December 31, 2021. CentOS 8 will be transformed into an upstream (development) branch of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) called CentOS Stream; previous CentOS versions will remain part of …