We hear you and see a clear demand for this feature.
I want to say that implementing these features requires a lot of investment, and in 2021 Plesk team keeps focusing on the delivery of other improvements (sad, but true).
We will back to the re-evaluation of these features at the beginning of the next year.
Please continue to share your use cases and requirements, and it would really helpful if you point to existing solutions that we can review and check before implementation.
Your feedback is important to us. Thank you, everyone.
An error occurred while saving the commentEGBD commented
Have to agree w/ Plesk this is a highly complex task.
I have had to resolve myself to using a custom built load balancer, with Plesk merely acting as a low level http only (no ssl handshake) website manager.
It would be ideal, if Plesk had a proxy-only mode with likely a separate license, to act as a simple proxy and ssl certbot manager for domains, linked to a full installation of plesk itself.
HA and load balancing will require significant effort on their part, considering Plesk is not built to handle that job whatsoever.
And personally, I find nginx a far better product for caching than Varnish, especially for things like Wordpress.
I realize that's debatable. But seems to me a simple proxy management system with a linked Plesk server -- to separate SSL handshake from hosting, would be a far more achievable goal. And would open the door towards HA.