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  1. Chuchundra
    Chuchundra May 2, 2018 at 05:48 | | Reply

    It’s a neat idea, but I’m not going to trust my business to a company whose website has such poor English

  2. John
    John May 2, 2018 at 13:36 | | Reply

    I’ve read your article and visited their site and I’m still not clear on what this is. Does it use virtualization with containers for each web site or is it just a glorified management app?

    I’d love to find an easy way to add, create, restore and migrate containers across multiple servers so that we could finally get away from using cPanel. (Call me a dinosaur, but it’s what I know … and trust.) Anyway, if this is some sort of Docker for Dummies interface, I would be interested, but without a little more technical detail on what’s going on, it’s hard to take the plunge.

    Also, not having mail server support seems to be a gaping hole. Small sites don’t really want to use a third party email tool and have pretty minimal needs. On the backup side, we’re pretty smitten with our incremental backups using rsync. If this is container based, I guess the environment portability tradeoff would be worth it, but some of our big WP sites are 15-20 GB and restoring that out of Amazon will take a while.

  3. Cory
    Cory May 8, 2018 at 14:22 | | Reply

    Am I right in thinking that goPanel looks like a comparable alternative for Mac?
    https://gopanel.io/

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