Linux is an Operating System, that isn't that commonly used for desktop machines, but is amongst the most commonly used OSs for servers. It's 100 % free, so you shall not have to pay any license charges as part of your hosting payments. Linux is also thought to be the most reliable OS nowadays and thanks to the permissions that files have and also the file types that can be run, virus files which can infect a standard PC shall simply not be executed on a Linux-based hosting server. Also, the Operating System is totally free, so it can easily be modified with no restrictions, as a way to satisfy the needs of the web hosting provider and their customers. This also implies that unwanted software packages can easily be removed to make the OS lighter and quicker, which can directly lead to significantly better hosting server performance. Numerous Linux machines have the Apache web server set up on them, as this software is also free, fast and reliable. It is the most popular web server around and is an element of the LAMP bundle that a great many script apps, such as Joomla and WordPress, require. LAMP is an abbreviation for Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.

Stable Linux with Apache in Cloud Web Hosting

When you buy a cloud web hosting plan from us, your new account shall be created on our top-notch cloud platform where each of the machines run Linux. Of course, the OS has been custom made to meet our requirements, in order to get the most of our clustered platform. The files, e-mails, statistics, databases, and so forth., are handled by individual clusters of servers and this contributes to the greater general performance of the platform, because one machine addresses only one type of process running on it, in contrast to what a number of other providers do. All web requests are addressed by Apache, because we've seen first-hand that this ismost likely the lightest and most convenient web server available. Through a shared account on our cloud platform, you'll be able to enjoy a fast, reliable and risk-free service and to use any web programming language – HTML, Python, Perl, JavaScript, and so forth.