Moodle™ is a Professional Course Management System
Moodle™ is a free and open-source learning management system (LMS) designed to help educators create effective online courses based on sound pedagogical principles. It is usually used for blended learning, distance education, flipped classrooms, and other e-learning projects in schools, universities, workplaces, and other sectors.
Moodle™ is built on the Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP (LAMP) stack, so you need to install it in that environment. The process can be quite complex. If you want to make things easy, you can start with a Cloud Clusters Moodle™ hosting plan. Our one-click installation will get you moodle ready in minutes.
Moodle™ Customization Options
The open source nature of Moodle™ makes it very flexible and extensible. Most changes can be made in the administration panel; those that cannot can usually be hacked together using PHP.

Themes are template packages that change the way the course looks

Plugins enhance the functionality of Moodle by adding additional features written in PHP

Language packs help tutors to provide courses in their learners’ local languages

Moodle is open source so you can alter its underlying code.

Why Choose Moodle™?
The main focus of the software is online collaboration, helping active learners to take in courseware more easily, and ensuring online course delivery is secure.
In addition, Moodle has some other sophisticated features that are vital for e-learning deployments such as plagiarism detection and a mobile-friendly output.
Moodle can also be used to submit assignments and view pre-recorded content, such as lectures, as well as live interactive lectures and discussions.
Additionally, with add-ons like Wimba, students and teachers can record voice commentaries and download audio content.
Pros and Cons of Moodle™ Application

Moodle is completely free to use

Since Moodle was developed as a CMS for the education community, it excels at providing the desired services for this audience.


Moodle Installation is quite complex

Moodle needs to be built on a LAMP stack, which requires tech knowledge. A hosting provider offering one-click installation will be of great help.

Installed by Yourself vs Hosted by Us
Installed by Yourself

Prepare Hardware Resources

You must accurately estimate your maximum number of online users to prepare the corresponding hardware resources.

Prepare a LAMP Environment

Moodle is built on the Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP (LAMP) stack, so you must host in that environment. This process can be quite complex.

Configure PHP, MySQL, Apache

You must have some tech knowledge to know how to install MySQL , configure Apache, and select PHP extensions.

Follow the Installation Instructions

The rest of the process can be completed by following instructions on Moodle 's installation instructions.

Monitor Your Application's Resource Usage

Always keep track of your resource usage to ensure the stability of your website.

Hosted By Us

Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP (LAMP)

The Moodle we provide will be installed in the Linux Apache MySQL PHP (lamp) environment. You don't need to configure PHP, MySQL, Apache, etc. All components, including their parameters, have been optimized. Your Moodle will be at its best.

Moodle installation on Cloud Clusters Kubernetes platform only takes one click and will be completed within about 5 minutes.

We provide powerful and stable hardware resources and rich technical documents.

In addition, you can enjoy a lot of free services.

Free Automatic Backup One-Click Recovery One-Click Upgrade/Downgrade Free Cross-Cloud Migration Free SSL Certificate Shell/SSH File Management FTPS Service Optimized Platform Dynamic Scaling Monitor Console PhpMyAdmin Isolation Based Security
What Do You Need to Consider to Use Moodle™ Well?
The first consideration is capacity. How many students will visit and use your website concurrently?
Without a good host, Moodle can run very slowly and bring a bad user experience to your students.
So ensure that your host can accommodate users on your site even during peak hours.
Control Panel and Compression
Select the host that provides the control panel,through which you can compress files of 20 megabytes or more. If you decide to do so, it will make it easier for you to switch hosts in the future.
Also, make sure that your moodledata folder is not stored in a public folder for future migration.
If all this seems a little confusing or needs to be tracked a lot, look for a host that provides dedicated Moodle hosting.
Host and Moodle Compatibility
Next, check which version of Moodle you will use. All versions of Moodle work best in standard Linux, Apache, mysql, and PHP or lamp infrastructures.
Check whether your host provider not only provides lamp, but also updates it regularly to keep up with the new versions of these components and the CMS you will use.

FAQs of Moodle™

How do you use Moodle step by step?

Step 1 – learn about the Moodle experience.
Step 2 – install Moodle.
Step 3 – configure your site.
Step 4 – create the framework for your learning site.
Step 5 – make decisions about common settings.
Step 6 – add basic course material.
Step 7 – make your courses interactive.

What is Moodle hosting?

How to choose a Moodle hosting plan

One-Click vs. DIY Installation?

Do I need technical knowledge to use Moodle?

Is Moodle secure?

Can I brand Moodle with my school logo?

What are resources in Moodle?