Multiple OS in VPS Hosting
If you choose one of our virtual private server solutions, you will have as many as 3 different Operating Systems to select from - CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu. They are all Linux distributions and we offer them rather than offering just a single OS, because the applications that you may want to run on the server may have specific requirements regarding the software environment. Each one of these three has certain pros in terms of the available packages that you could afterwards install, but what is common between them is that they are very stable and reliable and have large communities that support them. The web hosting Control Panel options for the VPS accounts depend on your OS choice, so as to give you more flexibility. In case you order the virtual server with one OS and you need another one later, our tech support team can easily reinstall the VPS with the new one in a matter of minutes. We also offer you the option to keep the Operating System on your server up-to-date weekly.
Multiple OS in Dedicated Web Hosting
The dedicated server solutions that we offer come with as many as three different Operating Systems to pick from. They are all Linux release - Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian, and not only do they have no license taxes, but they’re also regarded as the most dependable and risk-free OSs. We supply three different ones for the reason that each one of them is supported by a separate community. The packages that you can add on your server are different and this could matter if you want to install some piece of software with particular requirements for the hosting environment. In this light, the internet hosting Control Panel which you can select for the dedicated server is also determined by the Operating System that you will pick. You can pick any of the three Operating Systems during the order procedure, however if necessary, we can always install the server once again with another one upon your request. As an optional service that you may add to the plan at any time, we can update the OS regularly so as to keep it as risk-free as possible.