Linux is amongst the most popular Operating Systems for web servers. There are a number of different distributions that use exactly the same core, but the vast majority have a number of things in common - they're absolutely free to use, which minimizes the overall cost of the website hosting service since license fees shall not be included in what you will need to pay; they're very easy to manage; and last, but not least, they are way more secure as compared with competitor OSs, since random files, particularly virus-infected ones, just cannot be executed on the server. This way, you’re able to enjoy a reliable service and spend the time creating and promoting your web sites, not bothering with basic safety problems. A lot of Linux-based machines use the Apache web server to handle the HTTP traffic, since this piece of software is very fast and is also easy to maintain and personalize depending on the requirements of the web hosting provider. A Linux hosting server with Apache is the best software environment for your websites and it's not at all a coincidence that lots of popular script-driven applications nowadays require LAMP, that signifies Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.

Stable Linux with Apache in Cloud Hosting

If you order a cloud hosting package from our company, your new account will be set up on our top-notch cloud platform where all the machines run Linux. However, the OS has been customized to satisfy our necessities, in order to get the most of our clustered platform. The files, e-mail messages, statistics, databases, etc., are managed by different clusters of servers and this contributes to the greater performance of the platform, simply because one machine addresses just one type of process running on it, as opposed to what many other companies do. All web requests are handled by Apache, since we have seen first-hand that that'sprobably the lightest and quickest web server nowadays. By using a shared account on our cloud platform, you will be able to enjoy a quick, stable and risk-free service and to use just about any web programming language – HTML, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Perl, and so forth.