Learn more about Ubuntu, how this tiny Linux distro has taken the world by storm and why it’s nowadays so popular.
Ubuntu is an exceptionally popular Operating System, which uses the Linux kernel. Though it is used mainly on desktop machines, its server version has been becoming more popular recently as well. Ubuntu is among the lightest Linux distributions out there and it supports almost any kind of hardware, which makes it a universal OS. It is also very stable and secure and has an a minimum of a 5-year support life cycle, so you'll be able to receive official protection and performance updates. Unlike various other OS's, Ubuntu is distributed with no license fees and you will be able to modify its core, and / or any of the countless packages it features, in any way you find fit. This allows you to install the perfect software environment for all your web applications whatever their specifications. Because of the popularity of the Operating System, Ubuntu has large developer and user communities, which means that you can always find find a lot of materials on the Internet regarding any question or problem which you may have.
Ubuntu in Dedicated Web Hosting
We offer Ubuntu with each of our dedicated server packages and if you need this OS, you can choose the 32-bit or the 64-bit release with just a click on the order page. We offer two editions, to make sure that the server will meet the requirements of the software that you would like to set up. The full root admission to your server will help you install various other software, due to the fact that the only pre-installed app will be the Apache web server. You can access the server safely using a console, but in case you like better to use a world wide web interface, you're free to install any kind of Control Panel which can run on an Ubuntu-powered machine. If you want to concentrate your efforts on your content and not on server maintenance tasks, you will be able to add our Managed Services upgrade and we will take care of various tasks for you, among them once a week Operating System updates.