Debian is a popular Linux release, that is used mainly on PC's, however many people have started using it lately as a web server Operating System too, due to the stability and protection it offers. The latter is a consequence of the fact that Debian is developed and supported by thousands of qualified volunteers internationally, so that any patch that's required to fix a certain issue is released within a matter of days. The very same community can also help with any question or trouble that a user may ever encounter, as they can be contacted via email using mailing lists and a qualified response will be sent in no more than 15-20 min. The advantage here is that your questions will be answered by the same people who have made the Operating System itself and they have a detailed knowledge of how it works. As Debian is free, you won't have to pay any kind of license fees to use it and you'll be able to personalize it as much as you want or need. This is valid for the Operating System and the 30.000+ software packages which are readily available for it.

Debian in Dedicated Servers

Each and every dedicated server that we offer can be set up with Debian and we will test the program environment carefully before we hand over the machine to make sure that it'll perform perfectly. You're able to choose the 32-bit or the 64-bit Debian release throughout the sign-up process, so the applications which you install can get the maximum out of your server. We will also keep your Operating System up-to-date when you add the additional Managed Services package to your plan. When you obtain your Debian-driven server without a website hosting Control Panel, you will be able to do anything you want with the machine and you will have full root-level access, but you will need to be more experienced, as all the tasks will be performed through a Secure Shell console. When you acquire your Debian-driven server with the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, you will have a web interface, through which you can control domains, files, databases, etc, and this might be a better option when you aren't very experienced, and a particular application that you need to use requires Debian. You have access to your Hepsia-equipped server through SSH too, but the things that you will be able to do will be restricted.