Linux is a well-known Operating System, that is traditionally used for web servers, because it has a variety of advantages over other Operating Systems. It is thought to be the most reliable OS these days and owing to the way it functions, infected files will simply not work. As Linux is 100 % free to use, no license fees will be included to the price that you will have to pay for your hosting service. That, subsequently, makes it possible for the provider to personalize the Operating system in accordance with what they and their customers require, getting rid of unnecessary packages to optimize the Operating system and the server’s functionality. Linux servers usually include the Apache web server software, which processes website access requests. Apache is additionally totally free and easy to personalize, not to mention that it is extremely fast and light in terms of the resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment that some of the most famous script apps require – Moodle, Joomla, WordPress,, etc. The LAMP configuration is the most widely used one across the world, since it is stable and easy to maintain.

Stable Linux with Apache in Cloud Web Hosting

If you order a cloud web hosting service from us, your new account shall be set up on our top-notch cloud platform where all of the servers run Linux. However, the Operating system has been tailored to meet our requirements, as a way to get the most of our clustered platform. The files, emails, stats, databases, etc., are managed by independent clusters of web servers and this contributes to the greater performance of the platform, because one machine handles only one type of process running on it, contrary to what a number of other companies do. All web requests are handled by Apache, as we have seen first-hand that that'spossibly the lightest and quickest web server around. Through a shared account on our cloud platform, you'll be able to enjoy a fast, stable and protected service and to use nearly every web programming language – HTML, JavaScript, PHP, Python, Perl, and so on.