Welcome to Enhance!
radi Will there ever be support for Cloudlinux? Alternatively, as I read, it already has some kind of containerization...how does it work? Suppose one of the accounts/containers hosts a hacked wordpress website, will the server be vulnerable or there is no way for it to be hacked?
We don't intend to support CloudLinux. Our PHP containerisation and resource limits are similar in functionality to CloudLinux's CageFS/LVE features. The difference is that with Enhance it's built-in to the panel and no addon is required.
The containerisation does a very good job of protecting sites from cross infection. Even within the same subscription, a customer's websites are individually isolated.
It will not protect you from kernel level vulnerabilities and it's still very important to keep your kernel up to date through your system's package manager - everything else is handled by Enhance.
radi Any plans for a Softaculous integration or an in-house autoinstaller?
Enhance has a very mature auto installer for WordPress. We are adding more and are also considering an integration with Softaculous.
radi As for the pricing, its $0.15 for account on the lowest tier with addon domains being free (so one account can host 10 sites and still cost $0.15)?
Correct, however addon domains do not benefit from the individual PHP containerisation they would enjoy if they were separate websites.
radi How does the multi-server clustering work? The first Enhance server becomes the "master" and additional ones are like slaves?
There is a single control panel server and then all other servers within your cluster just run the necessary services. This means all the websites on your platform are visible from a single panel even if you have hundreds of services. Internally we use gRPC over mutual TLS for communications between the control panel and the subordinate servers.
radi Based on that hypothesis, can we have a dedicated Enhance server to be the master and the real webhosting machines to be slaves - or there is no point in that?
For larger clusters this is what we recommend. However if you start with a single server and deploy customer sites there, you can easily move them off to secondary servers in the future.
Let me know if you have any further questions!