Discover more about the CentOS Linux distribution and why it has become the OS preferred by several hosting providers.
CentOS is one of the most widely used Operating Systems for website hosting servers. It's one of the numerous Linux distributions in existence, however what distinguishes it from the rest is the long-term support, which ensures that you'll always have a dependable and risk-free OS. Every CentOS version that is released is supported for ten years, that's longer than with any other OS available. CentOS also has a much more numerous developer community than other distributions, so if you experience any kind of problem or have some questions, you're able to instantly find the details which you need. CentOS is considered to be one of the best server Operating Systems, as it is very stable and protected, that makes it really reliable even if you host confidential info. Because it is open-source, you are able to modify each and every part of it and customize it according to your needs, not to mention that the overall cost for a CentOS-based server will be lower, as you will not have to pay license fees of any type.
CentOS in Dedicated Servers
You're able to obtain CentOS with each and every dedicated server which we supply, since 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS are some of the options which you can select on the registration page. CentOS supports all three hosting Control Panels which we supply, so that you're able to select Hepsia, DirectAdmin or cPanel to be installed on your server. The first one is appropriate for less experienced users who want a powerful website hosting solution, considering that a Hepsia-equipped server is managed like a very large account, whereas the other two Control Panels enable you to set up various hosting accounts on your server and even to resell the hosting space. If you need CentOS with no additional software, you can choose a server setup without Control Panel at all. Then you can add only the software that you need. We also offer a Managed Services upgrade, which includes weekly CentOS updates.