CentOS is one of the most widely used Operating Systems for website hosting servers. It's one of the many Linux distributions out there, but what differentiates it from all of the others is its long-term support, which guarantees that you'll always have a stable and secure OS. Every CentOS version that is released is supported for ten years, which is a lot longer than with any other OS available on the market. CentOS also has a much more numerous developer community than other distributions, therefore in the event you experience any problem or have some questions, you are able to promptly get the info which you need. CentOS is considered to be one of the best server Operating Systems, because it's very stable and protected, which makes it very reliable even when you host confidential information. Because it is open-source, you will be able to modify each and every part of it and personalize it according to your requirements, not to mention that the total cost for a CentOS-based server will be lower, because you will not need to pay license fees of any sort.

CentOS in Dedicated Servers Hosting

You'll be able to obtain CentOS with each dedicated server which we supply, as 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS are among the options that you're able to choose on our registration page. CentOS is compatible with all three hosting Control Panels which we provide, therefore you are able to choose Hepsia, DirectAdmin or cPanel to be set up on your server. The first one is appropriate for less experienced users that need a powerful website hosting solution, due to the fact that a Hepsia-equipped server is managed like a single very large account, while the other two Control Panels enable you to create multiple website hosting accounts on the server and even to resell the website hosting space. If you want CentOS with no additional software, you're able to select a server setup without Control Panel at all. You can then add only the software that you need. We also offer a Managed Services upgrade, that includes weekly CentOS updates.