SUSE Linux Enterprise and OpenSUSE fully supported

As of April 2nd, 2008 we are fully supporting SUSE Linux Enterprise and OpenSUSE platforms, including remote server administration, OS tuning, network stack tuning, patching and full maintenance services.

High load and bandwidth intensive WordPress blog managed hosting

We are proud to offer high quality and reliable managed web hosting services for WordPress blog owners.

We offer various plans for WordPress blog hosting, including blogs hosted on our WordPress cluster (powered by high-speed BGP network- Internap and many other network providers), WordPress managed blog multi-architecture cLuster technology with multiple front-end and back-end servers, as well as custom server management and tuning of your existing dedicated server that runs your WordPress blog.

More information: http://www.linuxadmin.org/blog-managed-hosting.php

LinuxAdmin offers ffmpeg remote installation and set-up

We are offering remote FFmpeg utility set-up for Red Hat Enterprise, Fedora and Centos servers. The price is $40 for each server.

What is FFmpeg? It’s a set of programs that  can record and convert various digital audio and video formats. For example, you can covert .mpeg files to .avi.

WordPress blog hosting using cluster technology

For large WordPress blog owners we have some great news. Today, Linux Admin has launched pre-beta cluster technology hosting for WordPress blogs that require high reliability and availability.

Mr. J.Lejj, the CEO of LinuxAdmin: “Our technology incorporates load balancing and full failover front-ends and back-ends, thus, allowing big blog owners to concentrate more on their business — forget dealing with the current host for uptime and low latency problems. At this point, I am confident to say that our WordPress cluster technology hosting will be shortly available to public and currently, we are working with some quite large blog network owners to test our solution.”.

LinuxAdmin has been always offering quality services and we do not plan on stepping back.