Program Overview


CloudLinux is the first commercial OS that meets the specific needs and demands of web hosting providers. CloudLinux helps to improve the overall stability of shared hosting using Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE). LVE is an isolation technology that limits the amount of resources (CPU, entry processes and memory) available to a specific application or customer, and increases server density and reliability.

  • RPM based Linux derived from RHEL
  • Works with most software supported by CentOS and RHEL
  • Kernel based resource isolation with little or no overhead

Who qualifies?

Cloud Linux welcomes partnerships within the dedicated and shared hosting space.

If your company is a dedicated server provider, you are welcome to join our Partner Program here. If you are still hesitating, learn about our Partner Benefits and Marketing Resources to make sure that partnership with CloudLinux is a good decision for you.

How does the Partner Program work?

When you sign up our Partner Program you will get a discount, either Bronze, Silver or Gold, depending on your chosen partner level. On the first of each month we will send you an invoice based on the number of licenses that you have in your account.

As a part of the partnership we expect you to bundle CloudLinux with the servers that you provide to your customers. We also ask you to place the CloudLinux logo on your website. We will forward customers looking for servers with CloudLinux toward your website, and we want it to be easy for them to find CloudLinux.

If you or your customers require technical support, you can rely on the help of our Dedicated Support Team.

As a partner, also you will be able to resell KernelCare.

KernelCare is a new service, which provides important updates for the running kernel, eliminating the need to reboot Linux servers. Rebootless kernel updates can save a significant amount of system administrators’ time, decrease downtime and improve server security.
  • Installation is simple, and doesn’t require rebooting
  • Prompt roll out of patches
  • Support for most popular operating systems
  • Ability to roll back changes