Debian is a preferred Linux release, that is used primarily on PC's, however numerous people have begun using it lately as a web server Operating System too, because of the stability and protection it provides. The latter is a result of the fact that Debian is developed and supported by countless qualified volunteers worldwide, therefore any patch that's needed to fix a certain issue is released in a matter of days. The very same community can also help you with any question or problem which a user may ever experience, due to the fact that they can be contacted through email using e-mail lists and a competent response will be sent in around 15-20 min. The advantage here is that all of your questions will be answered by the same people who have developed the Operating System itself and they have an in-depth knowledge of how it works. As Debian is free, you will not have to pay any kind of license fees to use it and you will be able to personalize it as much as you want or need. This is valid for both the Operating System as well as the 30.000+ software packages that are available for it.

Debian in Dedicated Servers

With our dedicated servers, you'll be able to get a web hosting powerhouse running Debian right away. This Operating System is among the choices that you'll get during the registration process and you can choose the 32-bit or the 64-bit release, depending on what software environment your apps need. When you want to have full root access, you will be able to order a server without a Control Panel, so you will have more freedom when it comes to what you can do with your machine via SSH. In case you have less experience, however you need Debian for a certain piece of software, you're able to get the server with our Hepsia Control Panel. Though the root access is more limited, you are able to do anything related to your world wide web content with ease employing an easy to use graphical interface. If you add the optional Managed Services bundle to your dedicated server package, our sysadmins will handle the weekly OS updates. They'll perform some other important tasks for you too.