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Operating System for Managed Moodle™
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
SSL Connection for Moodle™ on Kubernetes
Instance for Moodle™ on Kubernetes
Moodle™ is easy to learn and use with its drag-and-drop features, well-documented resources, and ongoing usability improvements.
Moodle™ is constantly being reviewed and improved on by a global community of learners, managers, and administrators to suit the current needs of its users.
Over 100 languages packs are available for an administrator to install on a Moodle™ site so it can be easily localized. This ensures that there are no linguistic limitations for the users to learning on your Moodle™ sites.
Moodle™ supports both blended learning and online learning. It can be configured to meet your needs by enabling or disabling core features, including RSS feeds, blogs, comments, etc.
Moodle™ is highly flexible and feature-rich. With more than 1700 plugins and add-ons developed by a global community of Moodle™ enthusiasts. It can be customized to achieve specific functionalities.
The Moodle™ LMS is committed to safeguarding data security and user privacy. It provides many security controls like sign-in feature to protect against unauthorized access, data loss, and misuse.
Moodle™ is a web-based learning management platform and compatible with mobile devices by default, making that the content on your Moodle™ can be easily accessible across different web browsers and devices at any time.
From a few students to millions of users, Moodle™ can be scaled to support the needs of both small classes and large organizations.
Cloud hosting enables applications and websites to be accessed using cloud resources. Unlike traditional hosting, the solution is not deployed on a single server. On the contrary, a network composed of connected virtual and physical cloud servers carries applications or websites, ensuring greater flexibility and scalability. The cloud Moodle hosting platform is a cluster of powerful servers that tolerates a single point of hardware failures and increases loads, guaranteeing a high uptime.