Hepsia CP with unlimited domains and no root access in VPS Hosting
If you decide to purchase a virtual private servers from us, you shall be able to to pick out Hepsia during the signup process. The Control Panel is compatible with all the OSs that you can choose from on the order page, so in the event that you want to use some script app which requires a particular OS, you will still be able to control your new VPS through a user-friendly interface. The main benefit of having a Hepsia-equipped VPS is that you can utilize the system resources of the hosting server even when you don't have any practical experience, due to the fact that the same Control Panel comes with our shared hosting plans as well. You shall be able to host many domain names and to manage them in just one place along with your plan renewals and everything associated with your web presence. The root access to a Hepsia-equipped VPS shall be limited, but you will still be capable to manage your files and databases using a Secure Shell command line.
Hepsia CP with unlimited domains and no root access in Dedicated Web Hosting
You'll be able to select the Hepsia hosting Control Panel if you obtain any one of our Linux dedicated web hosting. This will enable you to make use of the system resources that you shall have readily available and to manage everything easily using an intuitive web interface. Hepsia is the very same CP which comes with our shared web hosting plans, so managing your dedicated server won't be very different. You will be able to host as many domain addresses as you wish and to manage them all easily with the same CP along with everything else related to your online presence - server renewal payments, DNS records, support tickets, and so forth. You'll be able to connect to the dedicated server using SSH and to do a range of things, even though the root access shall be more limited in comparison to a hosting server with a different Control Panel, but in case you do not have any practical experience, you will be able to do everything via Hepsia.