This template is based on AlmaLinux OS 8.x with a preinstalled Plesk control panel, based on the latest version of Plesk Obsidian.
The Plesk control panel lets you improve your web hosting service, increasing performance, speed and security.
The Plesk control panel offers a range of tools to help you manage your hosting and domains, as well as those of your customers. It lets you simplify and centralize the management of your web services and the server hosting services provided to your customers, without compromising attention to detail. The simple user interface is easy to use and doesn’t require any complex commands.
In addition to offering the option to install your favorite CMS, such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and more, the Plesk control panel makes managing security aspects easy.
Having a control panel for your services offers numerous benefits, but Plesk also enables you to resell your web hosting service, providing tools to help simplify and improve managing your customers.
You can customize the look, language, and graphics of the Plesk control panel for each user and add your company logo for improved brand visibility. What’s more, tools such as traffic monitoring and the option to set resource usage limits, enable your customers to become service resellers as well.
The Plesk license can be purchased from the Cloud Control Panel in the "Plesk Licenses" section, selecting the version and additional components you want.
It can be accessed through SSH using the root username and relevant password.
Sign in to the Plesk control panel for the first time with the root username (afterwards use the admin username) and password chosen during set up at:
For example: if the server’s IP address is 22.214.171.124, you will need to sign in to the browser at:
The first time you access the Plesk control panel, you will be asked to provide your details (name, email and set a new password) and you will be required to enter the Plesk license activation code (trial version or purchased in leasing from the Cloud Control Panel) to continue.
The default open ports for this template are:
Fail2ban is available on all AlmaLinux templates. Please see the tutorial
for more details.
The Plesk components already installed are:
- Base packages of Plesk;
- ModSecurity Web Application Firewall;
- Fail2bain support;
- Plesk Updater;
- PHP7 support;
- Apache web server support;
- Nginx Reverse Proxy Server;
- MySQL server support;
- Postfix SMTP server;
- Dovecot IMAP and POP3 server.
From the Extensions menu, you can add functions and extensions to your Plesk Obsidian panel with a simple click:
- Wordpress Toolkit;
- Joomla Toolkit;
- Social Media Login;
- Cloud Storage Backup;
Plesk Obsidian 18.0.x