Target Use Case for Windows Hosting (Plesk)

  • Plesk is deployed on a Windows-based Operating System. Customers choose Plesk to host applications utilizing the ASP and/or the .net Framework, or that require a Windows operating system (Such as Dotnetnuke).
  • Additionally, a Windows-based OS provides native support for both MySQL databases, and the more powerful MSSQL databases.
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Windows Hosting (Plesk)
Storage30 GB100 GBUnlimitedUnlimited
Unmetered Bandwith *2
FTP Users
(Website Security - Essentials)
50 *350 *350 *3Unlimited
MySQL Databases (1 GB Each)11025Unlimited
MS SQL Databases (200 MB Each)12Unlimited
Concurrent Connection Limit500500500500
Database Backup/Restore
Direct Database Access
Compatible w/ Website Backup (Paid Option)
SSL CertificateFirst year free
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  • * 2 Unmetered bandwidth: We don’t limit the amount of bandwidth your site can use as long as it complies with our Hosting Agreement. Should your website bandwidth present a risk to the stability, performance or uptime of our servers, we will notify you via email and you may be required to upgrade, or we may restrict the resources your website is using. It’s very rare that a website violates our Hosting Agreement and is typically only seen in sites that use hosting for file sharing or storage.
  • * 3 FTP users: 50 (1primary, 49 additional)

What are the alternatives to Plesk?

  • The most direct ‘alternative’ to Plesk is cPanel.
  • Both application types have independent learning curves, and it often comes down to familiarity. cPanel tends to be used more by English speaking regions, whereas Plesk is very popular in eastern Europe and other emerging markets.
  • However, cPanel does not offer ASP or MSSQL support, so it is imperative customer’s application requirements are reviewed fully.