Plesk is one of the most popular paid-for hosting platforms both in the United Stated and in Europe, where it is the strongest in the market. There are different editions of Plesk and Plesk supports both Windows and numerous Linux editions including Debian, CentOS, RedHat, Ubuntu and Cloud Linux.

Both website hosts and agencies that manage multiple websites can enjoy the simple, automatic workflows offered by Plesk, supported by an ecosystem of plugins – currently there are more than 100 third party extensions available for Plesk.

Anyone using the latest version of Plesk can also enjoy integration with both Docker and GitHub. Let’s Encrypt is also fully supported so you can automatically obtain and update SSL certificates.

Plesk fully supports a range of environments form Node.js to Python and PHP – even Ruby on Rails. People who like the WordPress CMS will like the powerful WP Toolkit which is included with Plesk. The toolkit makes it really easy to clone and stage sites and helps webmaster maintain high standards of security – while offering features to manages large quantities of WordPress instances simultaneously.

Finally, the extensive range of plug-ins available for Plesk can massively expand the capability of Plesk. In other words, whatever you need to manage your Linux or Windows hosting platforms you will find it in the Plesk universe.

Please note that technologies described on Wiki pages are not necessary the part of Plesk control panel or its extensions.

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