Debian in VPS Web Hosting
There are a few Operating Systems that we provide with our Linux VPS web hosting packages and Debian is among them, therefore when you'd like to have a server with this Operating System, you'll be able to obtain one in less than one hour. We also offer 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS to make sure that the VPS you will get will fully cover the system requirements of any web or offline application which you intend to install on the server. Controlling the content on the server can be performed in two ways, based on the choice you make on the order page. Without a Control Panel, you will be able to do everything on your Debian-equipped server using Secure Shell, as you'll have root-level access, while with the Hepsia Control Panel, the root access will have some restrictions, but you'll be able to do everything through your browser using a user-friendly web interface, even when you are not very experienced. With the optional Managed Services package that we supply, we'll also maintain your Debian OS updated every week, saving you time and effort.
Debian in Dedicated Servers Hosting
32-bit and 64-bit releases of Debian are available on our dedicated server order page and you are able to select all of them with just a click for your brand new server, depending on what software environment the applications which you wish to use require for optimal performance. You can also select if our Hepsia Control Panel should be installed on the server or if it should come without Control Panel at all. The first option is made for less experienced users who want a Debian-powered server, but wish to control it like a shared web hosting account, whereas the second option is good for more advanced users who want to have more control, due to the fact that ‘no Control Panel' stands for only Debian and the Apache web server software, and no other software installed on the server whatsoever. We'll also save you time and effort with our Managed Services upgrade, since it includes regular Operating System updates, to ensure that you'll have a secure and stable Debian installation.