Linux is among the frequently used Operating Systems for servers. There are several different distributions that use the exact same core, but the majority have a few things in common - they're free to use, which lessens the total cost of the web hosting service due to the fact that license fees will not be included in what you will need to pay; they're quite simple to take care of; and last, but not least, they're much more protected compared with competitor OSs, as random files, particularly virus-infected ones, simply can't be executed on the server. That way, you will be able to enjoy a secure service and spend the time developing and advertising your web sites, not bothering with safety problems. Many Linux-based machines use the Apache server to deal with the HTTP traffic, because this piece of software is incredibly fast and is also very easy to maintain and personalize as per the requirements of the hosting provider. A Linux hosting server with Apache is the most suitable software environment for your websites and it's not at all a coincidence that a lot of popular script-driven applications these days require LAMP, that stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
Stable Linux with Apache in Hosting
Stable Linux with Apache in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our semi-dedicated server
accounts are set up on a cutting-edge specialized platform. An individual group of web servers is in charge of every single service - databases, email messages, files, and so forth., and since we highly treasure the benefits of a customizable, protected and dependable OS, all the machines that comprise the groups run Linux. The OS enables us to make the necessary adjustments, not to mention the higher speed, as only one type of process runs on the server, contrary to the regular web hosting platform offered by most companies where everything runs on one machine. Additionally, we use the Apache web server as well. We have analyzed its functionality through the years, so we've confirmed that it could give us as a provider and you as a client the desired speed and overall flexibility for the most effective Internet site performance.