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Well I would suggest to use Symfony2 which is really great. It's not really the simplest framework but it will be very performant. Another good point in Symfony2 is the integration. You can integrate other existing Symfony2 applications in your own application (e.g. CMS, Wikis, etc.). This will reduce the development work you'll have to do on your own.


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How much ram do you have in your server? Since you're asking for a web-based panel, make sure you have enough space on your server end for the installation of such kind of big stuff. Otherwise, why not try a desktop-based panel, like this one - VPSrobots, it works well with my two Vultr servers(start plan which offers 1GB RAM, 20GB storage), which are too ...


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CentOS Web Panel (CWP) I've used this for the past month or two and it works great. Good user inteface. Downside is that it only works on CentOS based OSes.


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While I cannot say that I have surveyed a large enough sample of alternatives in order to claim that this one is "the best," you might want to consider Webmin. I discovered this nice, modular, and extensible configuration tool through my use of TurnKey Linux, where it is built into each of the numerous software appliances offered. As documented in the list ...


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