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Fairwell Sentora
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RE: Fairwell Sentora
(12-16-2014, 01:48 AM)Blooddarkness Wrote: What type of host you are paying for $10?

That's the standard plesk pricing ($10/mo for a license to host up to 30 domains on their panel software). That doesn't include hosting as it assumes you're hosting your own bare metal or VM. Honestly, that's pretty good pricing, and I think plesk is a quality panel, but Zpanel/Sentora does some things better/easier/more affordably depending on your needs. Basically, you just have to decide what panel software fits best with your needs.
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RE: Fairwell Sentora
I feel just like you man. Gimme a hug.
I'm concerned about Zpanel last version is from March 2014. Almost a year with no updates, improvements. I still using Zpanel and I'm planning to move to Sentora after 1.0 release. Actually, I'm testing VirtualMin/WebMin, Ajenti, Froxlor, Vesta, Sentora and I'm gonna start testing Webuzo. I host each of them in a different Droplet (VPS) on DigitalOcean.
That means that I spend 6Droplets * USD5 = 30USD + 1 USD10 droplet to host Zpanel with all my projects.So I spend monthly USD40 just to find a better free alternative to Zpanel.
I appreciate opensource alternatives and that's why I'm willing to spend this amount of time and $ just to test it.
Sentora is taking too long to release something stable but same happens with Froxlor but they're faster than Sentora when it's about development and it's very stable
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RE: Fairwell Sentora
For those that are tracking this thread, we've a big step forward this weekend... RC2 has been released and we are looking at a public stable release very soon - In theory there isn't much stopping us releasing a stable version by next weekend!!

See here: http://forums.sentora.org/showthread.php?tid=909

Cheers,
Bobby
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