vCluster is now called PHP Hosting

11th August 2014 by Joe Gardiner

Whenever I speak to our customers about the CatN brand they’re always complimentary. It’s strong visually; it’s simple, short and easy to remember. Unfortunately the same couldn’t be said for our product brands – vCluster, pCluster, MicroStack, Enterprise. There was …

Introducing a new login and signup user experience

4th June 2014

The new CatN user login and signup system offers a simpler, streamlined look for accessing the control panel. Since the launch of PHP Hosting it has been exciting to watch our customer base grow and gather your feedback. One message …

Introducing self signed SSL certificates in just two clicks!

27th February 2014

We’ve improved the way SSL certificate creation for vCluster works in the CatN control panel. If you’re running a development or test environment on vCluster, you can now quickly generate and assign a self signed SSL certificate to allow you …

Evolution of our product names

1st July 2013

What’s in a name? In the theme of explaining about the origin of our names here is a brief history of how we chose the names of our two main services, and how they have evolved over time. vCluster is …

vCluster package structure for version 2

16th May 2012

With the launch of CatN vCluster version 2 nearing, I will be following on from the previous posts introducing the new version and the vCluster timeline to explain one of the major changes we will be introducing. Previously we offered …

Explaining the vCluster Timeline

9th May 2012 by Jonathon Wardman

The parent company behind CatN, Fubra, has long had aspirations of providing a web hosting service. As the company has grown over the past 12 years it has had to overcome a multitude of hosting related problems and has always …

What is vCluster (version 2 beta)?

2nd May 2012

The CatN team and I have been working on the vCluster product for quite a while now. The last time I checked, including vCluster 1.0, it has actually been for 2 years. Never fear though, we are rapidly approaching product …

Why I don’t use (long term) product roadmaps

8th March 2012

I don’t use product roadmaps because I am not psychic. Product roadmaps certainly have their value in determining an initial path in the early days of a product, but as soon as you start interacting with customers / users (which …

New CatN Control Panel teasers

18th August 2011

As those of you who attended WordCamp UK in Portsmouth will know, we have almost finished our new control panel for the upcoming release of vCluster 2.0. To whet your appetite here are some images and descriptions of new control …

CatN Hosting for Beginners

15th October 2010

Let’s imagine a USB thumb drive. You’ve probably used one, and you can just plug it into your computer and copy files onto it. The great thing about a usb thumb drive is that you can carry it with you …