Debian is a well-known Linux release, that is used mainly on desktop computers, however a lot of people have started using it lately as a web server OS as well, due to the stability and security it supplies. The latter is a result of the fact that Debian is developed and supported by numerous qualified volunteers all around the world, therefore any patch that is necessary to fix some issue is released within a few days. The same community will also help with any question or issue that a user may ever encounter, as they can be contacted via e-mail using e-mail lists and a qualified response will be sent in around 15-20 min. The advantage here is that all of your questions will be addressed by the same people who have designed the Operating System itself and they have an in-depth knowledge of how it functions. As Debian is absolutely free, you will not need to pay any license fees to use it and you will be able to customize it as much as you want or need. This is valid for the Operating System as well as the 30.000+ software packages which are readily available for it.
Debian in Dedicated Servers Hosting
You are able to choose the Debian OS for your new dedicated server with a mouse click on our registration page and according to your choice, we'll set up the 32-bit or the 64-bit edition of the OS on your machine, so that the software that you'll install later will perform in the best way. With a server without any Control Panel, you'll get Debian and the Apache web server software and you'll be able to manage everything through a console. A server that is ordered with our Hepsia Control Panel will feature all of the software which you'll need for your websites. Although with the latter option the root access is limited, you can manage the server as if it were a shared web hosting account, so you can take advantage of a dedicated machine even if you do not have previous experience with this kind of website hosting service. When you buy our Managed Services upgrade, we'll take care of your server and will update its OS weekly so as to make sure that you have the most current and most risk-free release.