Get some hands-on experience with the latest stable Plesk release.
The easiest way to install Plesk on your physical server or virtual machine running Linux is to use our Web Installer.
More of a Windows fan? Download the Windows Installer and run the following command:
plesk-installer.exe --select-product-id=panel --select-release-latest --installation-type=typical
Plesk is installed with a full-featured 14-day trial license. Always install Plesk on a fresh server, and make sure to read the software requirements before installation.
Do not have a server? Many cloud providers offer Plesk images in their marketplaces. It is a great way to quickly deploy a server with Plesk pre-installed.
Plesk in Docker is great for developers looking to create an extension for Plesk, or as a local dev environment.
To run Plesk in Docker, follow these steps:
- Download and install Docker on your laptop/desktop.
Once Docker is installed and running, run the following command:
docker run -d -p 80:80 -p 443:443 -p 8880:8880 -p 8443:8443 -p 8447:8447 plesk/plesk
Access Plesk in your browser using the Docker host IP address and port 8880 (e.g.
https://192.0.2.2:8880). The default administrator credentials are
The easiest and commitment-free way to experience the latest stable Plesk release. Log in and give it a try — the demos are full-featured.
The online demo comes in two flavors:
- WebPro — Plesk edition targeting web professionals. Features a streamlined interface and hosts up to 30 domains.
- WebHost — Plesk edition for shared web hosting services. A more robust interface with support for resellers, hosting plans, and unlimited domains.