Plesk Editions

Starting from Plesk 12, you can choose from four Plesk editions that have features mostly used by four main audiences who use web servers today.

  • Plesk Web Host Edition, for web hosters who allow their customers to use their shared account in almost any configuration they want. They want secure WordPress and domain management tools to support their multi-tenant, "install anything" customers.
  • Plesk Web Pro Edition, for web professionals who design, develop, and deploy their websites. They want a simple way to manage their customers’ websites, including their growing use of WordPress as a CMS platform.
  • Plesk Web Admin Edition, for web administrators who manage sites for an employer, a business, or for themselves. They want simple website and domain management without all of the service provider overheads, like management of customers, resellers or subscriptions.
  • Plesk Web App Edition, for web application developers who build and deploy web applications. They want powerful server management tools for custom application development and deployment.
Web App Edition Web Admin Edition Web Pro Edition Web Host Edition

5 domains

10 domains

30 domains

Unlimited domains

 

 

 

Reseller management

 

 

Subscription management

Subscription management

 

 

Customer management

Customer management

Power User UI only

Power User UI only

Power User
+ Service Provider UI

Power User
+ Service Provider UI

 

 

WordPress Toolkit

WordPress Toolkit

Outbound Antispam

Outbound Antispam

Outbound Antispam

Outbound Antispam

Security Core
+ basic Atomicorp rules

Security Core
+ basic Atomicorp rules

Security Core
+ basic Atomicorp rules

Security Core
+ basic Atomicorp rules

SpamAssassin

SpamAssassin

SpamAssassin

SpamAssassin

Developer Pack (PostgreSQL, MSSQL, and Tomcat)

 

Developer Pack (PostgreSQL, MSSQL, and Tomcat)

Developer Pack (PostgreSQL, MSSQL, and Tomcat)

Mobile Manager App

Mobile Manager App

Mobile Manager App

Mobile Manager App

Plesk edition and add-ons are defined by your licence.

To use Fail2Ban and web application firewall (ModSecurity), administrators who upgrade from Plesk 11.5 must obtain a new Plesk 12.5 license key either directly from Plesk or from their vendor.

 

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