Before setting up any server, you have to choose an Operating System.
This is an important task as it can make the difference
between an easy to manage server, or a support nightmare.
We’ve compiled our decades of industry experience to give you an overview of our most popular Operating Systems.
Users of RedHat Linux will feel right at home on Fedora. It’s a great choice for enterprise and personal users alike.
The perfect Linux distribution for those new to the server world. Ubuntu is always at the cutting edge of new features and boasts an extensive support community.
Ideal for cPanel web hosting servers, CentOS offers the perfect balance between features and security.
Applications that favour reliability and stability over the latest features will thrive on a Debian server.
Enterprise workloads need the security and reliability of FreeBSD. Perfect for experienced administrators with mission critical applications.
Users looking to run Microsoft applications in a server environment will love Server 2012. It’s the server version of Windows 8.
Based on the Windows 10 architecture, Windows Server 2016 offers users the latest features available for Microsoft server applications
An operating system used by hosting providers, particularly those who offer shared hosting services. It was first released in 2010 and has completely changed how reliable shared hosting can be.
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