We’re currently using a control panel we hate on leased dedicated servers.
We’ve been utilizing Google Cloud hosting for a while now for a few sites and are contemplating migrating to SolidCP/WHMCS on Google Cloud.
Something like this. (all windows 2016 servers)
Server 1 – CP Server/WHMCS/DNS1
Server 2 – Email/DNS2
Server 3 – Primary Webserver for shared hosting
Server 4 – Primary SQL (2016) for SQL hosting
Can anyone provide any input on utilizing SolidCP with Google Cloud ?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts and guidance you can provide.
I have seen mixed results with people running WHMCS on windows.
I think it largely depends on the features / addons / etc you plan on using.
Though the main part is if you plan on using whmcs support it’s one of the first things they will point out (as they officially no longer support it since version 6 or something).
Thanks for the feedback, I’ve seen WHMCS running on windows servers. Is it just not recommended or are there problems that will require a linux box to overcome?
Any other ideas for billing system that wouldn’t require a linux box if indeed it’s just too buggy?
Thanks again for the feedback!
I have been using using WMCHS with the managed google cloud hosting server which is provided by Cloudways and it is providing me the awesome uptime and I even never had any problem with WMCHS.
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