Linux is amongst the frequently used Operating Systems for servers. There are a number of different distributions using exactly the same core, but the vast majority have several things in common - they are 100 % free to use, which decreases the overall cost of the hosting service due to the fact that license fees won't be included in what you have to pay; they're quite simple to maintain; and last, but not least, they're way more secure than competitor OSs, as random files, specifically virus-infected ones, can't be executed on the server. That way, you are able to enjoy a reliable service and spend the time developing and advertising your Internet sites, not being concerned about security issues. Loads of Linux-based machines use the Apache web server to handle the HTTP traffic, as this software is extremely fast and is also easy to maintain and individualize depending on the requirements of the website hosting provider. A Linux hosting server with Apache is the best software environment for your websites and it's not a coincidence that lots of popular script-driven apps nowadays require LAMP, that stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
Stable Linux with Apache in Cloud Hosting
If you order a cloud hosting plan
Stable Linux with Apache in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our semi-dedicated server
accounts are created on a cutting-edge custom made platform. A separate group of web servers manages each individual service - databases, e-mails, files, etc., and given that we highly treasure the advantages of a personalized, protected and reliable OS, all the machines that form the clusters run Linux. The OS permits us to make the critical changes, not to mention the increased speed, because just one type of process runs on the web server, in contrast to the standard hosting platform provided by most companies where everything runs on a single web server. Additionally, we use the Apache web server too. We have analyzed its functionality over time, so we've confirmed that it can give us as a provider and you as a customer the desired speed and overall flexibility for the best possible website performance.