Ubuntu is a really popular OS, which employs the Linux kernel. Even though it is used primarily on desktop machines, its server version has been gaining in popularity lately as well. Ubuntu is among the lightest Linux releases out there and it supports almost any hardware, that makes it a universal Operating System. It's also very stable and secure and has an a minimum of a 5-year support life cycle, so you will be able to receive official protection and performance updates. Unlike numerous other OS's, Ubuntu is distributed devoid of license fees and you will be able to modify its core, and all of the countless packages it comes with, in any way you see fit. This allows you to install the ideal software environment for your web applications irrespective of their requirements. As a result of the popularity of the OS, Ubuntu has huge developer and user communities, so you will always find a lot of materials on the world wide web regarding any question or problem that you might have.
Ubuntu in VPS Web Hosting
When you need an Ubuntu-powered server, you're able to choose the 32-bit or the 64-bit release of the Operating System with each and every virtual private server package that we supply and everything will be set up within 1 hour, so you'll be able to start using your VPS right away. We offer two different versions due to the fact that certain pieces of software have certain requirements in order to work effectively. You'll be able to control an Ubuntu-powered VPS in 2 ways - when you order it with our custom Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will receive a world wide web interface and the software that is needed for your sites will be pre-installed; whereas in case you order it devoid of Control Panel, you will get just the Operating System and the Apache web server software, so you are able to set up additional software using Secure Shell. When you choose to add our Managed Services upgrade either throughout the signup process or at any later time, our admins will keep close track of your hosting server and will upgrade Ubuntu on a regular basis.