Add support for CWP

Eddah Nandako shared this idea 4 years ago
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Hi, can you please add support for CWP, centos web panel.

It seems to be good and has many functions.

https://control-webpanel.com

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Hi,


Currently, we are working on a standalone JetBackup.

You will probably be able to install it on this panel.


Thank you,

Ofir, Jetapps.

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GREAT TO KNOW THE SUPPORT WILL BE THERE

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when will it be coming

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Would like to see it sooon, cause everybody is run away from cPanel, hurry!!

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I´m also very interested in this. Running cPanel the last 5 years, worked very well. But now testing centos webpanel also, the backup system is very old style in CWP for now.

BUT support told me that the new backups system will come out soon.

Mikael

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Hi All,


Just a follow up to update on our progress and roadmap ahead...


As you may have noted, "JetBackup for Linux" was just released. This will be used as a basic foundation for other control panel implementation.


Our next step will be to design the core & tools for "Control panel implementation" (any control panel). Once we are there, we should be able to release full developers tools & documentation allowing any control panel to interact with JetBackup.


We will probably need some help from CWP developers with that making it easier and faster.


Stay tuned! :)

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We are changing the CPanel servers to CWP, we would like to continue using JetBackup in CWP. We need this urgently.

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CWP is a great panel, this JETBAKCUP solution will help a lot.


I've used it with CPANEL and it works very well. we look forward to the publication CWP + JETBACKUP

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How is the progress??


I hope the development team does not take long to do this, it will be very useful and does not yet have another company that does.

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Any progress on this?

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Hello!


We really need this integration into CWP... Any news???

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I also want it

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Hello everyone,


While our team plans to integrate JetBackup into many panels in the time to come, for now, we are happy to say JetBackup for Linux is an excellent program to use, which for many people can be installed right away. This stand-alone version of JetBackup acts exactly the same as the cPanel version of the software.


If you are interested in reading about the panel or the system requirements, please feel free to use the following link:

https://docs.jetbackup.com/v5.2/adminpanel/generalInformation.html


If you have any further questions about the stand-alone panel, please feel free to reach out to our 24/7 support team at support@jetapps.com


Best Regards,

JetApps Team

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2 years of hopeless waiting

they only focus on webpros panel and DA.

as long as there's no integration from jetbackup to CWP and ApisCP, I wouldn't use jetbackup for linux.

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Hello Feby,


Thank you for providing us with your feedback. Our development team is currently engaged in fulfilling current commitments and milestones in our roadmap but please rest assured that our team will continue to reassess our roadmap based on the demand and feedback we receive to consider which Control Panel(s) to promote next for development and allocate our resources accordingly.


We'd just like to remind everyone that we use the voting system to gauge demand for additional features. The more votes a request has, the more likely it will be up for consideration by our developers.


We appreciate everyone's patience and continued interest in JetBackup for CWP and would like to encourage everyone to stay tuned for updates on our official channels.


Best Regards,

The JetApps Team

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I see the fact that the voting system is just rhetoric.

if I look at voting thread for Interworx there are only 7 votes, while CWP has 12 votes, and ApisCP has 15 votes.

however jetapps gives progress for interworx but not on ApisCP and CWP.

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I believe they don't have much potential to develop applications for CWP, they really need a specialized team. proof of this that they take many years to complete a project, (2 , 3 years) I think doing it using free lances.


soon they will feel the potential of cwp and hire new programmers for the team.

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gosh, maybe you're right.

I hope it's not a one man show.

very long wait, no ETA, no certainty, my hopes are fading.

I'll tell people on forums and discord so they don't get their hopes up.

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Hello Henrique and Feby,


Thank you for continuing to provide us with valuable feedback. We'd like to clarify, along with our request site and voting system, we also gather feedback from our engagements with clients, partners, and the community across all official channels when deciding what project to work on next.


For insight into our current roadmap, our developers are working on supporting two new panels as well as expanding the list of supported operating systems. We are also continuing to make performance and stability improvements with our new Backup and Indexing Engine in order to promote S3 compatible destinations from the "Experimental" to the "Stable" Tier. This will allow us to implement more highly requested destinations in the near future.


JetBackup 5 was released to Stable 10 months ago and we are a couple of months away from a new JetBackup 5 version with support to those two new control panels. Please also consider that it will take time for our team to acclimate to newly supported environments. With each new environment, we need to gather feedback and potential issues/bug reports to release necessary bug fixes.


With that being said, we would appreciate the opportunity to hear more from you regarding your needs and your experience with JetBackup 5 for Linux when using it alongside CWP. We'd like to invite you to reach out to us at sales@jetapps.com so that we can arrange a meeting with you, our customer experience manager, and our developer liaison. We would like the chance to hear your thoughts and any feedback you provide will be greatly valued, as it helps us better understand your needs.


We hope to hear from you soon,

The JetApps Team

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Thank you for providing this assurance to us,

I will discuss your feedback with ApisCP and CWP developers.

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desperately need integration with CWP Panel.

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this integration would be great

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unfortunately they can't do it.

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they can´t do it? :( :( why?

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people have been asking for this for many years and they haven't done it, do you think a company would lose hundreds of customers for a simple application? this is not a complicated procedure for a company with many programmers... I think this company (jet) has only 1 or 2 people who work there. the most is just speculation

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We really need to develop Jetbakcup for Control web panel, it's a very good panel and Jetbakcup could live very well with it. It would be ideal for many.

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