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Virtualmin is a powerful and flexible web hosting control panel for Linux and UNIX systems based on the well-known Open Source web-based systems management GUI, Webmin. Manage your virtual domains, mailboxes, databases, applications, and the entire server, from one comprehensive and friendly interface.
The four best ways to manage your server
Virtualmin offers four methods for managing your server: Web, mobile device, command line, and remote API. Virtualmin is always available, no matter where you are or how you want to work. Integrate with Cloudmin, Webmin, and Usermin for management of your whole data center, from servers to users and applications.
EnterpriseBuild a private cloud, integrate with the public cloud, and manage your heterogeneous network. Cloudmin helps you build your cloud and maximize your existing infrastructure while taking advantage of Amazon Web Services when needed, Virtualmin enables web application hosting and user management, Webmin brings it all together.
Hosting ProviderOffer compelling cloud services to your customers with Cloudmin, provide an integrated control panel with Virtualmin, and maximize your infrastructure ROI. Become a reseller to provide privately branded Virtualmin products and be the single point of contact for your customers, while increasing your per-customer revenue.
Web DeveloperBuild and deploy your websites and web applications in record time, maximize customer satisfaction and minimize management costs through delegation of common tasks, like managing mailboxes, directly to your customer. Easily install and manage dozens of Open Source web applications from a simple UI, making deployment to popular CMS, wiki, and blogging platforms easier than ever.
Donate to support our Open Source projects
Many users of our Open Source tools have requested the ability to donate to support development. We now have a PayPal donation button you can use to contribute to our Open Source projects, like Webmin, Virtualmin GPL, Cloudmin GPL, and Usermin. We've recently begun raising funds to finalize a complete UI overhaul with some outside designer help; we know it's the most common request among users of all of our projects. Chip in to help us bring the Webmin/Virtualmin UI up to date!
Follow us on Twitter
Virtualmin now has a very active Twitter feed, announcing new releases, answering questions, and providing links to tutorials, reviews, and other interesting stuff on the web.Follow @virtualmin