Linux is an OS, which isn't that widely used for desktop machines, but is among the most frequently used OSs for servers. It is 100 % free, so you will not need to pay any license costs as part of your web hosting payments. Linux is also regarded as the most secure Operating System around and because of the permissions which files have and the file types that can be run, virus files which can easily infect a standard computer shall simply not be executed on a Linux-based server. Additionally, the Operating System is free, so it can easily be customized without any restrictions, as a way to match the requirements of the website hosting provider and their customers. This suggests that unneeded software packages can easily be removed to make the OS lighter and a lot quicker, that may directly result in far better hosting server performance. Numerous Linux machines have the Apache web server installed on them, since this program is also absolutely free, quick and secure. It's the most commonly used web server out there and is part of the LAMP bundle that lots of script apps, including Joomla™ and WordPress, need. LAMP is an abbreviation for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
Stable Linux with Apache in Shared Web Hosting
All shared web hosting
Stable Linux with Apache in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our semi-dedicated server
accounts are set up on a cutting-edge custom made platform. A separate cluster of servers deals with each and every service - databases, email messages, files, etc., and given that we highly prize the benefits of an easy to customize, protected and stable OS, all of the machines which comprise the clusters run Linux. The Operating system allows us to make the critical adjustments, not to mention the improved speed, because only one type of process runs on the web server, as opposed to the traditional web hosting platform made available from most companies where everything runs on one hosting server. Moreover, we use the Apache web server as well. We've examined its capabilities over time, so we've confirmed that it will give us as a provider and you as a customer the desired speed and flexibility for the best possible site performance.