Debian is a preferred Linux release, that's used primarily on PC's, still numerous people have started using it lately as a web server OS as well, due to the stability and protection it provides. The latter is a direct result the fact that Debian is developed and supported by numerous qualified volunteers internationally, so that any patch that's required to fix a certain issue is released in a matter of days. The same community can also help with any question or trouble that a user may ever have, as they can be contacted through electronic mail using mailing lists and a competent response will be sent in around 15-20 minutes. The advantage here is that all your questions will be addressed by the same people who have designed the Operating System itself and they have an in-depth knowledge of how it functions. As Debian is provided for free, you will not need to pay any kind of license fees to use it and you will be able to customize it as much as you want or need. This is valid for both the Operating System and the 30.000+ software packages that are available for it.

Debian in Dedicated Servers

Each dedicated server that we supply can be installed with Debian and we'll test the program environment in depth before we hand over your server so as to ensure that it will perform properly. You are able to pick the 32-bit or the 64-bit Debian version during the registration process, so that the applications that you set up can get the maximum out of your server. We will also maintain your Operating System up-to-date when you add the optional Managed Services package to your plan. If you get your Debian-driven server without a web hosting Control Panel, you will be able to do anything you like with the machine and you'll have full root-level access, but you'll have to be more skillful, because all the tasks will be performed through a Secure Shell console. If you get your Debian-driven server with the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you'll have a web interface, through which you can manage domains, files, databases, etc, and this might be a better option when you are not very experienced, but a specific application which you'd like to use requires Debian. You can access your Hepsia-equipped server via SSH too, yet the things which you'll be able to do will be restricted.