Debian is an OS that uses the Linux kernel. Though it is usually set up on personal computers, it's being used on more and more web servers as well. The reason is that it's really stable, so a server running it won't have to be restarted for months. Debian is also regarded as being among the most risk-free Operating Systems available, since security patches are released within days after an issue is found. This is possible since thousands of qualified developers are part of the Debian project on a voluntary basis and not only do they work on the OS itself, in addition, they provide 24/7 support by using special e-mail lists and respond within 20 minutes to any question. In this light, you'll enjoy top-notch support directly from the developers who know their own platform in depth, and not from a third-party support team. Debian is also one of several Linux distributions with the highest number of packages - over 30,000. As the Operating System is completely free to use, you'll be able to modify both the core and all the packages in any way you see fit. In addition, you will not have to pay any license fees.
Debian in Dedicated Servers
With our dedicated web hosting plans, you'll be able to obtain a website hosting powerhouse running Debian in no time. This Operating System is among the choices that you'll get during the registration process and you're able to select the 32-bit or the 64-bit version, depending on what software environment your apps need. If you need to have full root access, you are able to obtain a server with no Control Panel, so you will have more freedom with regard to what you can do with the machine via SSH. If you have less experience, but you need Debian for a certain piece of software, you are able to order the server with our Hepsia Control Panel. Despite the fact that the root access is more limited, you'll be able to do anything related to your web content easily via a user-friendly graphical interface. When you add the optional Managed Services bundle to your dedicated server package, our sysadmins will handle the weekly OS updates. They will perform various other useful tasks for you as well.