Ubuntu - the Linux Distribution which started out small and is now among the most well-known OSes available. Find out more about its advantages and disadvantages.
Ubuntu is a really popular OS, that employs the Linux kernel. Although it's used primarily on personal computers, its server version has been becoming more popular lately as well. Ubuntu is one of the lightest Linux releases out there and it supports almost any kind of hardware, which makes it a universal Operating System. It is also very stable and secure and has an at the very least a 5-year support life cycle, so you're able to get official safety and performance updates. Unlike various other OS's, Ubuntu is distributed devoid of license fees and you're able to customize its core, or any of the countless packages it comes with, in any way you find fit. This will allow you to set up the right software environment for all of your web applications regardless of their requirements. As a result of the popularity of the OS, Ubuntu has huge developer and user communities, so that you will always find plenty of materials on the web related to any question or problem which you might have.
Ubuntu in Dedicated Servers Hosting
We offer Ubuntu with all of our dedicated server plans and if you need this OS, you'll be able to select the 32-bit or the 64-bit version with just a click on the registration page. We supply two releases, in order to ensure that the server will meet the requirements of the software that you'd like to install. The full root accessibility to your server will allow you to install various other software, because the only pre-installed app will be the Apache web server. You're able to access the server safely through a console, but if you like better to use a web interface, you are free to install any kind of Control Panel that can run on an Ubuntu-powered machine. If you need to concentrate your efforts on the content and not on server maintenance tasks, you are able to add the Managed Services upgrade and we'll take care of numerous tasks for you, among them weekly OS upgrades.