Ubuntu is a very popular Operating System, which makes use of the Linux kernel. While it's used mainly on personal computers, its server version has been gaining in popularity recently as well. Ubuntu is among the lightest Linux releases out there and it is compatible with almost any hardware, that makes it a universal Operating System. It is also very stable and secure and has an at the very least a five-year support life cycle, so you will be able to receive official protection and performance updates. Unlike many other OS's, Ubuntu is distributed without license fees and you are able to modify its core, or all of the countless packages it contains, in any way you see fit. This allows you to set up the perfect software environment for all your web apps whatever their specifications. Because of the popularity of the Operating System, Ubuntu has vast developer and user communities, which means that you'll always find find numerous materials on the world wide web about any question or problem which you may have.

Ubuntu in Dedicated Servers Hosting

You'll be able to obtain Ubuntu with each of our dedicated server plans, as we supply 32-bit and 64-bit releases of this OS. This way, you'll be able to select the more appropriate of the two, based on the type of apps which you would like to set up and run and on the system requirements they have regarding the OS. You'll have root-level access to the server, which will provide you with full control of the software setting. We will set up only the Apache web server software, which means that you'll be able to add anything else you need, even when it's not related directly to web sites, such as a VOIP server, for instance. You will be able to manage everything through a console, yet if you want, you may also set up a web hosting Control Panel, when it is compatible with Ubuntu. When you order our optional Managed Services bundle, we'll keep your Operating System up-to-date weekly and will make sure that you have the newest software packages for a reliable and safe server environment.