Linux is a popular OS, which is traditionally used for web servers, given that it features a range of advantages over other OSs. It is regarded as being the most secure Operating system out there and owing to the way it operates, corrupted files will simply not work. Because Linux is totally free to use, no license fees shall be calculated in the price which you'll have to pay for your hosting service. That, subsequently, allows for the provider to personalize the Operating system based on what they and their customers require, taking away unnecessary packages to enhance the OS and the server’s functionality. Linux servers usually feature the Apache web server software, which processes Internet site access requests. Apache is furthermore totally free and easy to personalize, not to mention that it's very quick and light in terms of the resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment that many of the most well-known script applications require – Joomla, Moodle, WordPress, and so on. The LAMP configuration is the most commonly used one across the world, due to the fact that it is stable and easy to maintain.
Stable Linux with Apache in Shared Hosting
If you get a shared hosting service from us, your new account will be set up on our top-notch cloud platform where all the servers run Linux. Naturally, the OS has been custom made to satisfy our necessities, as a way to get the most of our clustered platform. The files, email messages, stats, databases, etc., are addressed by different clusters of web servers and this contributes to the better performance of the platform, because one machine manages just one type of process running on it, contrary to what a number of other companies do. All web requests are handled by Apache, because we have seen first-hand that this ispossibly the lightest and fastest web server available. Using a shared account on our cloud platform, you shall be able to enjoy a quick, reliable and protected service and to use any web programming language – HTML, Perl, Python, JavaScript, and so on.