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The Plesk control panel allows you to administrator your hosting with easy. You can set up new websites, reseller accounts, e-mail accounts, and DNS entries through a web-based interface. The administrator can also create client and site templates, which predetermine resource-allocation parameters for the domains or clients. Plesk has simplified the life of Sys Admins and SMBs since the early 2000’s and continues to add value across multiple cloud services. The Plesk hosting platform effectively enables application developers by providing access to a simple and more secure web infrastructure managed by web pros and hosting companies.

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The all-in-one hosting control panel.

Plesk is the leading hosting platform to run, automate and grow applications, websites and hosting businesses. Plesk provides everything you’ll need to effortlessly build your projects, secure against vulnerabilities and automate your day-to-day tasks – on one simple dashboard.

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Add domains, subdomains and aliases to your server and configure DNS and DNSSEC. Secure them all with Let’s Encrypt or Symantec SSL.


Horde and RoundCube webmails on Plesk for Linux, and Horde on Plesk for Windows.


Move databases between subscriptions and find out which database is linked to which website.


Edit and back up files and folders while monitoring your website’s disk space usage.

Application Catalogue

Add even more value to Plesk, using a wide variety of third-party applications in the Plesk Application Catalogue.

Extension Catalogue

Quickly install powerful extension like Docker, GitHub, NGINX or WordPress Toolkit using the extension catalogue.


Broadest levels of supported server security built in the core and through 3rd parties (OS, Network, Application, Website).