CageFS (Cloud Linux) vs VPC - Both the same?
So i had made an earlier post about installing CloudLinux and CageFS onto DO. Having just discovered DO’s VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) aren’t the two offering the same? Essentially VPC is what CageFS is?
*“CageFS is a virtualized file system and a set of tools to contain each user in its own ‘cage’. Each customer will have its own fully functional CageFS, with all the system files, tools, etc.
The benefits of CageFS are:
- Only safe binaries are available to user
- User will not see any other users, and would have no way to detect presence of other users & their user names on the server
- User will not be able to see server configuration files, such as Apache config files.
- User’s will have limited view of /proc file system, and will not be able to see other users’ processes
At the same time, user’s environment will be fully functional, and user should not feel in any way restricted. No adjustments to user’s scripts are needed. CageFS will cage any scripts execution done via:
- Apache (suexec, suPHP, modfcgid, modfastcgi)
- LiteSpeed Web Server
- Cron Jobs
- Any other PAM enabled service ”*
“A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a private network interface for collections of DigitalOcean resources. VPC networks are private networks that contain collections of resources that are isolated from the public internet and other VPC networks within your account, project or between teams in the same datacenter region. This means your resources, such as Droplets and databases, can reside in a network that is only accessible to other resources in the same network.”
Am I right?