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    Stop the Hassle. Start deploi'ing. Use for easy site deployments. We take all the difficult work out of your hands, so you can focus on doing what you love: developing your application.

    freemium €8.0 / Monthly (5 servers, limited features)

  2. 23

    Centralized hosting control panel for Wordpress and PHP web sites

  3. NinjaOne (Formerly NinjaRMM) provides remote monitoring and management software that combines powerful functionality with a fast, modern UI. Easily remediate IT issues, automate common tasks, and support end-users with powerful IT management tools.

    Try for free paid Free Trial

  4. 20

    Hassle-free PHP web application & server management panel

    paid Free Trial $8.0 / Monthly (Basic Plan)

  5. 17

    With its first-class support and rich feature set, cPanel & WHM has been the web hosting industry's most reliable, intuitive control panel since 1997.

  6. 15

    Centmin Mod is a LEMP stack shell menu based auto installer.

  7. 16

    SlickStack is a free LEMP stack automation script written in Bash designed to enhance and simplify WordPress provisioning, performance, and security.

    Open Source free

  8. 14

    Easy WordPress Nginx

  9. 14

    CyberPanel is web hosting control which is based on OpenLiteSpeed.

  10. 15

    Help build, deploy and manage PHP servers in the cloud.

    Open Source

  11. 13

    Optimized LEMP Web Server automation script for Ubuntu LTS releases.

  12. An essential toolset that eases WordPress site and server administration

    Open Source

  13. 11

    VPSSIM provides installer enabling users to install LEMP stack on their servers.

  14. Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix.

    Open Source

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