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Private Sub-domain Registry
A private sub-domain registry allocates domain names in a subset of the Domain Name System
Domain Name System
under a domain registered with an ICANN-accredited or ccTLD registry. Most of the private sub-domain registries operate based on an ISO 3166-1 name that is a subdomain of a higher-level domain.[citation needed] Some of these registries combine the domain registry and the domain registrar functions in the administration structure, while others distribute domains via third-party registrars.[citation needed]Contents1 Operation 2 History 3 See also 4 ReferencesOperation[edit] Private registries operate at a technical level identical to official domain registries using the well-known principles of operation of the Domain Name System
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Domain Name
A domain name is an identification string that defines a realm of administrative autonomy, authority or control within the Internet. Domain names are formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS). Any name registered in the DNS is a domain name. Domain names are used in various networking contexts and application-specific naming and addressing purposes. In general, a domain name represents an Internet
Internet
Protocol (IP) resource, such as a personal computer used to access the Internet, a server computer hosting a web site, or the web site itself or any other service communicated via the Internet. In 2017, 330.6 million domain names had been registered.[1] Domain names are organized in subordinate levels (subdomains) of the DNS root domain, which is nameless
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Donuts (company)
Donuts Inc. is a domain name registry with a portfolio of 239 new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), as made possible by ICANN's gTLD expansion program. It was co-founded in 2010 by Paul Stahura, Jonathon Nevett, Richard Tindal, and Daniel Schindler. The company's headquarters are located in Kirkland, Washington. In September 2012, Donuts was ranked #14 in The Wall Street Journal's Top 50 Start-Ups for 2012. It was also the newest start-up on the list.[2] In 2017, founding CEO Paul Stahura became Executive Chair of the board of directors, and board member Bruce Jaffe became CEO. In July 2017, Donuts acquired Rightside, further augmenting its top-level domain portfolio, and was ranked #1 on the Deloitte
Deloitte
Fast 500 North America list.[3] References[edit]^ "donuts.domains Site Overview". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2016-11-21.  ^ Looking for the 'Next Big Thing'? Ranking the Top 50 Start-Ups, Online.WSJ.com
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InterWorx
[1] / 24 January 2018; 2 months ago (2018-01-24)Operating system CentOS, Fedora, RHEL, Scientific LinuxAvailable in Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, TurkishType Web hosting control panelLicense proprietaryWebsite http://www.interworx.com InterWorx is web hosting control panel software developed by InterWorx LLC. The application is divided into two interfaces: NodeWorx, which is used by a server administrators to manage a server, and SiteWorx, which is used by a website owner to manage a particular web site. The NodeWorx interface also contains functionality for web hosting resellers to securely manage multiple SiteWorx accounts without allowing the ability to manage server daemons and configurations. Application-based support includes Apache, PHP, MySQL, Perl, and Djbdns (DNS). Email based support includes POP3, IMAP, SMTP services using Qmail
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ISPConfig
ISPConfig is an open source hosting control panel for Linux, licensed under BSD license and developed by the company ISPConfig UG.[1] The ISPConfig project was started in autumn 2005 by the German company projektfarm GmbH.Contents1 Overview 2 Features 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksOverview[edit] ISPConfig allows administrators to manage websites, email addresses and DNS records through a web-based interface
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Kloxo
Kloxo (formerly known as Lxadmin) was a free and open-source[1] web hosting control panel for the Red Hat
Red Hat
and CentOS
CentOS
Linux distributions.[2]. As of October 2017, the project has been unmaintained with a number of unresolved issues, and the project's website is offline. Kloxo allows the host administrators to run a combination of lighttpd or Apache with djbdns or BIND, and provides a graphical interface to switch between these programs without losing data. Kloxo Enterprise can transparently move web/mail/dns from one server running Apache to another running lighttpd. It was formerly considered to be a good free alternative to cPanel hosting control panel. Kloxo comes integrated with Installapp, which is a bundle of approximately 130 web applications that can be installed to the hosted websites
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Plesk
Plesk
Plesk
is a commercial web hosting platform with a control panel that allows a server administrator to set up new websites, reseller accounts, e-mail accounts, and DNS
DNS
entries through a web-based interface. Originally designed in Novosibirsk, Russia, the hosting automation software was released by Plesk
Plesk
Inc
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Usermin
Usermin is a web-based user interface for Unix-like systems. It is a simplified version of Webmin, can be used by any user on a Unix system, and is distributed under the BSD licence. It consists of CGI programs in Perl
Perl
that directly updates configuration files, and a simple web server. The package is written in Perl
Perl
5, and uses the Authen::PAM Perl
Perl
module
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Webmin
Webmin
Webmin
is a web-based system configuration tool for Unix-like
Unix-like
systems, although recent versions can also be installed and run on Windows.[4] With it, it is possible to configure operating system internals, such as users, disk quotas, services or configuration files, as well as modify and control open source apps, such as the Apache HTTP Server, PHP
PHP
or MySQL.[5][6]Contents1 General description 2 Inclusion in distributions 3 Related software 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksGeneral description[edit] Webmin
Webmin
is largely based on Perl, running as its own process and web server
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Top-level Domain
A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System
Domain Name System
of the Internet.[10] The top-level domain names are installed in the root zone of the name space. For all domains in lower levels, it is the last part of the domain name, that is, the last label of a fully qualified domain name
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Afilias
Afilias plc is the registry operator of the .info, .mobi and .pro top-level domain, service provider for registry operators of .org, .ngo, .lgbt, .asia, .aero, and a provider of domain name registry services for countries around the world, including .MN (Mongolia), .AG (Antigua and Barbuda), .BM
.BM
(Bermuda), .BZ (Belize), .GI (Gibraltar), .IN
.IN
(India), .ME (Montenegro), .SC
.SC
(the Seychelles), and .VC (St. Vincent and the Grenadines). .AU
.AU
(Australia) is in the process of transitioning from AusRegistry
AusRegistry
to Afilias as the backend registry operator[2]
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Canadian Internet Registration Authority
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) (French: Autorité canadienne pour les enregistrements Internet ACEI) is the organization that manages the .CA
.CA
country code top-level domain, the policies that support Canada’s Internet community and Canada’s involvement in international Internet governance. CIRA is a member-driven organization. Membership in CIRA is included in the cost of a .CA domain, and open to anyone who holds a .CA
.CA
domain. There are approximately 15,000 CIRA members as of January 2013. In November 2012, CIRA celebrated 2,000,000 .CA
.CA
domains under management, making .CA
.CA
the 19th largest top-level domain in the world. CIRA was incorporated in 1998 and assumed operation of .CA
.CA
on December 1, 2000 from the University of British Columbia
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NeuStar
Neustar, Inc. is an American technology company that provides real-time information and analytics for the Internet, telecommunications, entertainment, and marketing industries, and also provides clearinghouse and directory services to the global communications and Internet industries. Neustar
Neustar
is the domain name registry for .biz, .us (on behalf of United States
United States
Department of Commerce), .co, and .nyc
.nyc
top-level domains.Contents1 History 2 Business2.1 Neustar
Neustar
IP Intelligence 2.2 DNS Advantage3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External linksHistory[edit] Neustar
Neustar
was incorporated in Delaware
Delaware
in 1998. Neustar
Neustar
started as a business unit within Lockheed Martin Corporation
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H-Sphere
H-Sphere is a web hosting Automation Control Panel for shared web hosting services that was developed by Positive Software and acquired by Parallels, Inc.
Parallels, Inc.
in September 2007.[1] It is available for Linux, Unix
Unix
and Windows environments and works with MySQL, PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL
and Microsoft SQL Server
Microsoft SQL Server
databases
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OVH
OVH
OVH
is a French cloud computing company that offers VPS, dedicated servers and other web services. The company was founded in 1999 by the Klaba family and is headquartered in Roubaix, France. OVH
OVH
is incorporated as a simplified joint-stock company under French law.Contents1 History and growth 2 Facts and figures2.1 Wikileaks3 References 4 External linksHistory and growth[edit] OVH
OVH
was founded in 1999 by Octave Klaba, with the help of three family members (Henry, Haline, and Miroslaw). In October 2016, it was reported that OVH
OVH
raised $250 million in order to raise further international expansion.[3] This funding round valued OVH
OVH
at over $1 billion
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Public Interest Registry
The Public Interest Registry
Public Interest Registry
is a Reston, Virginia-based not-for-profit created by the Internet Society
Internet Society
(ISOC) in 2002 to manage the .ORG top-level domain. It took over operation of .ORG in January 2003 and launched the .NGO and .ONG domain names in March 2015.[1] The organization is involved in internet policy, education and security issues, like the Domain Name System
Domain Name System
Security Extensions (DNSSEC) protocol, domain tasting, DNS filtering and internet adoption in third world countries. Contents1 History 2 Domains2.1 .ORG 2.2 .NGO3 Advocacy 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
(ICANN) circulated a request for proposals in May 2002 for a new organization to manage the .ORG domain
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