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SOUTHFIELD, MICH. – Nexcess, a leading provider of performance-optimized WordPress and WooCommerce hosting, this month celebrates the one-year anniversary of the introduction of managed WooCommerce hosting to its global eCommerce platform.

Last year, WooCommerce joined Nexcess’ line-up of premium managed application hosting plans, which also includes Magento, WordPress, CraftCMS, and OroCRM. Site performance is critically important to eCommerce revenues, and WooCommerce retailers on the Nexcess platform benefit from the company’s commitment to low-latency hosting, which is supported by an environment specifically engineered for WooCommerce.


In the year since Nexcess introduced WooCommerce hosting, the company’s platform has evolved. The brand-new Nexcess Cloud provides on-demand WooCommerce instances with automatic scaling, comprehensive performance optimization, and a range of developer friendly features.

“The reaction to our WooCommerce hosting platform has been amazing, and we’re proud of the growth we have experienced in just a year,“ commented Chris Wells, President and CEO of Nexcess, “With the introduction of WooCommerce cloud hosting earlier this year, we have seen even more interest from retailers who plan to use our platform to increase the performance and reliability of their eCommerce store and to offer an enhanced retail experience to shoppers.”

Nexcess is among the most experienced eCommerce hosting providers in the world, with almost two decades as a trusted partner of retailers of all sizes. Nexcess’ shared, dedicated, and custom clustered hosting solutions are trusted by thousands of retailers, who rely on Nexcess’ stability and expert support.

Nexcess provides WooCommerce and Magento hosting for eCommerce retailers of all sizes, from solo retailers and small businesses to the largest enterprise stores. With data center locations in the USA, Australia, and Europe, WooCommerce stores hosted on Nexcess benefit from low-latency connectivity to the most important international eCommerce markets.

About Nexcess
Nexcess is a Southfield, Michigan-based eCommerce hosting company founded in 2000, with data centers distributed throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. Nexcess offers a variety of cloud, dedicated, and clustered eCommerce hosting services for Magento and WooCommerce, with an emphasis on achieving maximum performance for high-traffic sites.

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Rzeszow, Poland – HostBill, a popular billing and automation software for web hosting industry has recently launched a set of tools integrated with Plesk: Plesk Key Administrator module to resell Plesk licenses and two new extensions to their Plesk module: Plesk DNS Helper and Plesk Service Plan Sync tool.

Plesk Key Administrator
Plesk Key Administrator module for HostBill allows to resell Plesk Software licenses (such as Plesk, Virtuozzo and more) and add-ons. With HostBill the licenses are created, provisioned and terminated automatically, making the reselling process completely hassle-free. The users can also set automatic renewal that could significantly improve the license management process. The end-clients can display the license details, change license IP, check license keys, activation and content in HostBill’s user-friendly client area. The admin panel on the other hand gives full control over the billing information and account lifecycle. The admin can also choose which client area functions end-customers will have access to.


Plesk DNS Helper
Plesk DNS Helper is and extension to the Plesk module and was created to help connect Plesk installations with one of the HostBill-supported DNS services: Power DNS, Power DNS Slave Zones, OnApp DNS, cPanel DNS or any other DNS that HostBill supports.

As Plesk handles DNS really well, but it’s more suited for single-install deployments, HostBill created the extension for users who want to deploy multiple Plesk instances and manage single DNS server (master) rather than multiple ones. The extension also helps to hook up PowerDNS to store slave zones, while the Plesk would keep master zone records.

With the Plesk DNS Helper extension installed in HostBill, any time new DNS zone is created / updated / deleted in Plesk, the extension notifies HostBill about it and HostBill then “decides” what to do next. It can push this zone to real master nameserver, notify secondary nameserver to create/update slave zone and after exporting such zone, HostBill can assign it to the related customer

As a result slave DNS (any supported by HostBill) will be notified automatically about new zones in Plesk or Plesk DNS will not be used to handle DNS queries, but as a source of data for actual DNS server that handles requests.

With this approach you can benefit from flexible & automated DNS templates built into Plesk on any central DNS server you wish to use with it.

Plesk Service Plan Sync tool
Plesk Service Plan Sync tool was developed to help manage service plans and addons changes across unlimited Plesk installations with ease. This extension is a real problem-solver especially for hosting companies that use more than one Plesk installation. This automated tool will help to keep multiple service plans and addons in sync between different installations.

The tool allows to create multiple configurations (for separate Windows/Linux Plesk installations or different installations for different purposes) that consist of Plesk servers. In each configuration you can select source server, that will serve as a source of actual plans & addons configuration. Other Plesk servers within configuration will have plans updated, and missing plans created according to the source plan with a single click of a button.

The Plesk Service Plan Sync tool will track what plans/addons/plan settings are missing or different compared to the source server and show those differences. You can then run a synchronization process and as a result all plans and addons missing will be added to target server and plansand addons with matching names but conflicting configurations will have their configurations updated to match those in source Plesk. Moreover, if you’re syncing Plesk with minor configuration/version/extensions differences you can setup overrides that will be prevented from overwritting when creating/updating plans and addons on this server, as well as when comparing it with target server.

Plesk Service Plan Sync Tool can be of use to you if you want to update your plans in bulk, add new plan to all your installations or add new Plesk installation.

About HostBill
HostBill is a powerful and flexible, all-in-one automation, billing, client management and support platform for online businesses. HostBill handles all aspects of running a successful online business, from client acquisition, through invoicing and payment collection, automated service provisioning and management, to customer service and support. Extensive range of advanced features, multitude of modules and apps and integration with various various control panels, domain registrars, payment gateways, order pages, client panels and more, make it the most comprehensive solution on the market for Hosting, Cloud/IaaS/VPS Solutions Providers, Domain name and SSL Resellers around the globe to automate and manage their online businesses.

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According to a new research report by the market research and strategy consulting firm, Global Market Insights, Inc, Green Data Center Market size is set to exceed USD 25 billion by 2024.rapid growth in the number of SMEs globally has led to an exponential rise in the amount of data generated. The mounting pressure for efficient management for the increasing amount of data will contribute to the green data center market growth. Several government organizations are encouraging the growth of new businesses.

The government push is largely concentrated in Asia Pacific countries through the launch of Made in China 2025 and Make in India which are providing tax incentives, financial aid, and technical support to local SMEs, fueling the industrial growth. The growing data center complexities with the rising amount of data generated has stressed the requirement for a reliable and scalable data center infrastructure. Driven by surging cloud applications, the fast-growing data center traffic will support the market growth.


The growing focus on energy efficiency has made the data center industry a frontrunner in implementing energy-efficient solutions. The energy consumption of data centers has been rapidly increasing with the advent of cloud computing services and is causing an increase in CO2 emissions. There is a high focus on the need for lowering the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) amongst companies, primarily amongst major players such as Allied Controls, Facebook, and Google. Stringent government regulations pertaining to energy-efficiency in data centers will contribute to the green data center market size. Green initiatives can help a company to regain the power and cooling capacity and recapture resilience while reducing the energy costs.

Cyber security threats are a key factor restraining the green data center market growth. Financial organizations and businesses store critical and confidential data in data centers. Stringent government regulations such as European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are imposing rules pertaining to the safety of information in data centers. The providers must comply with the strict standards and regulations operating in the market. Additionally, the technologies cost significantly higher than the traditional systems.

The networking solutions in the green data center market will grow substantially with a CAGR of around 27% due to the rising demand for these solutions to minimize the power consumption. The conventional network infrastructure ensures interconnection of physical and network-based equipment and devices within a facility that consumes over 65% of the overall power. Moreover, there is a growing trend of virtualized networking environments. Network virtualization is being increasingly implemented by enterprises to reduce costs, improve efficiency, and enhance agility.

The BFSI sector in the green data center market valued at over USD 900 million in 2017 is witnessing a rapid growth globally with the growing number of financial organizations adopting digitalization. Traditional data handling techniques that involved paper documents are being replaced by modern digital technologies for higher efficiency, lower redundancies, and faster computation. This has led to a rise in the demand for highly efficient data center infrastructures that ensure the safe storage of the ever-increasing data. The flourishing BFSI industry will provide lucrative growth opportunities to the market growth.

The green data center market in Asia Pacific will experience a strong growth of over 30% from 2018 to 2024 owing to the widespread adoption of cloud and IoT technologies in countries such as China and India. The rapid growth in the number of startups in India coupled with the favorable government initiatives such as Make in India will support the green data center market growth in the country.

The booming industrial sector in Japan is demanding high performance equipment for mounting volumes of data from connected factories. The rise in the number of smartphone users in China are also demanding data center set ups for data storage. Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has collaborated with government agencies to develop a Singapore Standard for green infrastructure under the IT standards committee.

Players operating in the green data center market comprise Dell Inc., Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., HCL Technologies Limited, IBM Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Fujitsu Ltd., Schneider Electric SE, and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Company.

Companies are striving to launch new data centers to strengthen their market presence. In May 2016, Microsoft stated that they will be obtaining a LEED Gold certification for all its structures to lower their PUE. Vendors are also increasingly incorporating latest advanced technologies in their data centers to reduce the hazardous emissions and power consumption. Increasing competition among companies to offer advanced solutions will propel the market share.

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FileZilla, the open source file transfer protocol (FTP) solution, announced OpenStack Swift support for its FileZilla Pro, as it celebrates the first anniversary. What is FileZilla Pro? The FileZilla Pro is cross-platform file access and transfer software application that already supports WebDAV, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Blob and File Storage, and Google Cloud Storage. The application is used by thousands of sysadmins, web developers, designers and other IT professionals to easily move files between remote servers and computing environments. It also allows users to upload a website to the server of hosting provider using FTP and other protocols. It is available for Windows and macOS. FileZilla Pro for OpenStack Swift Swift, the OpenStack Object Store project, provides cloud storage software, allowing users to store and retrieve data with a simple API. The Swift is considered an ideal solution to store unstructured data that grows without any limitations. Initially, the FileZilla Pro…
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On the Patch Tuesday this month, Microsoft released the patch updates for several vulnerabilities affecting Windows, MS Office, Exchange Server, etc. Overall there were 50 bugs, of which 11 were considered critical. Windows 10 users who updated to April 2018 version will see the build 17134.112 (KB4284835) in Windows update. This update will mitigate the Spectre Variant 4 vulnerability called Speculative Store Bypass (CVE-2018-3639), exposed last month by Microsoft and Google. The Variant 4 uses speculative execution to expose the data to an attacker with local user access through a side channel. Simply, it allows the attackers to access a computer through a logic problem in the central processing unit. Microsoft stated that a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2018-8225) existed in Windows DNS (domain name system). The attackers who exploit this vulnerability could run arbitrary code in local system account. The patch released yesterday addresses this vulnerability by modifying…
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SAN JOSE, CA – Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Magento Commerce, a market-leading commerce platform, for $1.68 billion, subject to customary purchase price adjustments. The addition of the Magento Commerce Cloud will enable commerce to be seamlessly integrated into the Adobe Experience Cloud, delivering a single platform that serves both B2B and B2C customers globally. The Magento Platform brings together digital commerce, order management and predictive intelligence into a unified commerce platform enabling shopping experiences across a wide array of industries.

Adobe is the leader in designing and delivering digital experiences through content and data. At the core of every great experience are content and data, which enable the consistent, personal, intuitive experiences consumers have come to expect. Commerce is also integral to the customer experience. Consumers and businesses now expect every interaction to be shoppable – whether on the web, mobile, social, in-product or in-store.


Magento brings Adobe Experience Cloud digital commerce enablement and order orchestration for both physical and digital goods across a range of industries, including consumer packaged goods, retail, wholesale, manufacturing and the public sector. The Magento Platform is built on proven, scalable technology supported by a vibrant community of more than 300,000 developers. The Magento partner ecosystem provides thousands of pre-built extensions, including payment, shipping, tax and logistics. This level of flexibility gives businesses the ability to quickly ramp and iterate their commerce capabilities for their unique business needs.

Current Magento customers include brands like Canon, Helly Hansen, Paul Smith and Rosetta Stone. Adobe and Magento share joint customers including Coca-Cola, Warner Music Group, Nestlé and Cathay Pacific.

“Adobe is the only company with leadership in content creation, marketing, advertising, analytics and now commerce – enabling real-time experiences across the entire customer journey,” said Brad Rencher, executive vice president and general manager, Digital Experience, Adobe. “Embedding commerce into the Adobe Experience Cloud with Magento enables Adobe to make every moment personal and every experience shoppable.”

“Adobe and Magento share a vision for the future of digital experiences that brings together Adobe’s strength in content and data with Magento’s open commerce innovation,” said Mark Lavelle, CEO, Magento. “We’re excited to join Adobe and believe this will be a great opportunity for our customers, partners and developer community.”

Upon close, Magento CEO Mark Lavelle will continue to lead the Magento team as part of Adobe’s Digital Experience business, reporting to executive vice president and general manager Brad Rencher.

The transaction, which is expected to close during the third quarter of Adobe’s 2018 fiscal year, is subject to regulatory approval and customary closing conditions. Until the transaction closes, each company will continue to operate independently.

About Magento Commerce
Magento Commerce is a leading provider of cloud commerce innovation to merchants and brands across B2C and B2B industries. In addition to its flagship digital commerce platform, Magento Commerce boasts a strong portfolio of cloud-based omnichannel solutions that empower merchants to successfully integrate digital and physical shopping experiences. Magento Commerce is the #1 provider to the Internet Retailer Top 1000, the B2B 300 and the Top 500 Guides for Europe and Latin America. Magento Commerce is supported by a vast global network of solution and technology partners, a highly active global developer community and the largest eCommerce marketplace for extensions available for download on the Magento Marketplace. More information can be found at www.magento.com.

About Adobe
Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. For more information, visit www.adobe.com

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