plesk-onyx-webops The latest version of Plesk 17, Plesk Onyx has finally been released and we are excited to be among their key launch partners, globally. Plesk Onyx has a host of new features and improved capabilities and is the leading WebOps platform to run, automate and grow applications, websites and hosting businesses. Available in more than 32 languages across 140 countries in the world. 50% of the top 100 worldwide service providers are partnering with Plesk today. Plesk is managing and securing more than 300’000 servers, automating 10M+ websites and at least 15M mail boxes. Besides simplifying complexity and saving time through automation for developers and sysadmins, Plesk increases the efforts to enable its clients and partners to extend and customize Plesk as an open platform. The rich and open ecosystem of more than 50 Plesk extensions does not only provide access to even more relevant features targeted at specific audiences, but also enables service providers of any size to generate unique upsell opportunities. Plesk Onyx provides everything you love and know from Plesk 12.5 plus a compelling set of evolutionary features web professionals want and need today. Some of the compelling new features of Plesk Onyx are:

Docker Support

On demand access to a wide range of top technologies, such as redis, mongodb, memcached, and more.

Git Support

Easily deploy your website by either pushing it to a local git repository or by pulling it from a remote one.

Ready-to-code Dev Environment

Ready to code environment with PHP, Javascript, Perl, Ruby, Python, Java, .Net, and node.js support.

NGINX Web Server

Turn off Apache and have content served by nginx only.

  You can learn more about the other cool Plesk Onyx features at To get the most out of Plesk Onyx, checkout our new Linux DevOps VPS plans coupled with our TIER IV web hosting infrastructure and managed support. We welcome businesses and web professionals to get in touch with us for a no obligation discussion to learn more about Plesk Onyx features and how it can best fit your webops requirements.