Multiple OS in VPS Servers
Our VPS server plans come with three Linux releases which you can select from for the Operating System of your new web server - Debian, Ubuntu and CentOS. Apart from being cost-free, the OSs are really stable and protected and the main reason to offer all 3 of them is to make sure that you can run any kind of application that you'd like, since different pieces of software could have different requirements in terms of the environment they can be used on. Each one of the three OSs is supported by a vast community of developers who have generated a large number of software packages which you can set up and use on your VPS. Based on the Operating System that you select, you will also be able to select between 3 different Control Panels to control your hosting content. Of course, if you decide that you need another OS, we could always re-install the server with it. As an optional upgrade, we also provide weekly updates of the OS for maximum stability and security.
Multiple OS in Dedicated Servers
The dedicated server plans that we offer come with as many as three different Operating Systems to select from. They are all Linux release - Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian, and not only do they have no license taxes, but they’re also considered to be among the most reliable and secure OSs. We offer three different ones because each one of them is supported by a separate community. The packages which you could add on your server are different and this could matter in case you want to install some piece of software with specific requirements regarding the hosting environment. In this light, the hosting Control Panel which you can select for the dedicated server also depends on the Operating System that you will choose. You can pick any of the three Operating Systems throughout the order process, but if needed, we can always install the server once again with an alternative one upon your request. As an additional service that you may add to the package whenever you want, we can update the OS regularly so as to keep it as secure as possible.