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1. Amazon EC2 For WHMCS 1.2.0

Want to give your AWS provisioning business a strong competitive edge with little effort? Then you certainly must dive into all the particularities the brushed-up Amazon EC2 For WHMCS 1.2.0 has to offer!

The module will now work wonders when it comes to the provisioning and management of Amazon EC2 instances, due to the set of practical new utilities brought on board of today’s update. Ready to sort through some of them straight off?

Enriched with at least several fresh components, Amazon EC2 For WHMCS is now perfectly fitted to let you tailor a greater number of product specifications, that is provide either the SSD or HDD-backed volume types, define their size as well as set the number of supported input and output operations per second. Apart from the fully secured compatibility with WHMCS V7.9, we have also brought on board the ability for you to decide whether such elements as Windows password, DNS name and scheduled tasks should be available in the client area.

If this rich palette of brand-new privileges aimed at your customers sparkled your excitement, we are wondering what will happen the moment you unroll the entire changelog!

Find out more about Amazon EC2 For WHMCS 1.2.0!



2. WHMCS V7.9 Modules Support List

Did your eyes nearly popped out of your head on hearing the news about WHMCS V7.9 reaching the much-awaited “General Availability” status recently?

If so, you had better prepare yourself for another dose of astounding news – to much up to this incredible pace, our official Forums already hosts a record of modules that have successfully gone through all the compatibility adjustments and are certain to work like a charm in this latest WHMCS edition.

Stay informed as there are more updates already on their way!



3. Lastly, feel free to take a look at the list of our other recent module updates:



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