Free Webhosting Panels

Top 3 Free Web Hosting Panel to Manage your VPS and Dedicated Servers

Top 3 Free Web Hosting Control Panels

 

There are a lot of control panels which are now being distributed and used as an open source. Below are some which I think are best to use as a free control panel to manage your dedicated server hosting environment and VPS hosting environment.

ISP Manager

This web hosting panel is developed by ISPConfig UG. This is a mostly used open source control panel under the BSD license. It provides a web-based interface to enable the typical panel tasks for Linux users. It can be your best option if you’re looking for a multiple language panel. This could be easy in a couple of situations and the languages are about 22 in all.

Additionally, it delivers an easy and user-friendly interface to manage multiple servers based on login levels. Then it may be a reseller, administrator, client, or email user.

Moreover for Apache or Nginx users, ISPConfig is specifically made to manage VPS servers. The developers of ISPConfig UG has combined PHP with MySQL to develop an advanced panel. There are frequent updates for this panel.

Kloxo – Mr

Kloxo – Mr, is one of the most powerful, open source, and free web hosting control panel for both CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This particular piece of software is the advanced version of Kloxo, one that has a number of features those are not found in the original version.

The Kloxo-Mr feature set includes:
Installs on Redhat/CentOS 5, 6, and 7.

Billing support: This is one of the best features I have seen in any web hosting panel, it can be easily integrated with AWBS, HostBill, WHMCS, TheHostingTool, AccountLab Plus, BoxBilling, and Blesta.

Web server support: Nginx, Nginx-Proxy and Lighttpd-proxy, Hiawatha, Hiawatha-proxy and Httpd 24, Httpd, and Lighttpd, Dual and multi-web server support.
Webcache server support: Squid, Varnish, and ATS.

 

Webmin

Webmin is a wonderful web-based interface for system administration for the management of Linux server. You can use any modern web browser to manage the server. One can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more.

All recent versions of Webmin are under a BSD-like licence, meaning that it may be freely distributed and modified for commercial and non-commercial use.

There are many more web hosting panels, but I have tried to shortlist some of the best and widely used panels for management of the web server.