Ubuntu is one of the most widely used Linux releases for desktop machines, yet the OS also has a server release, that has been becoming more popular these days. Ubuntu is very fast and supports numerous hardware components, so it can run on virtually any kind of computer without using too much resources. The OS is considered to be very reliable and secure, plus due to its popularity, you'll find various sources online with information about any question or problem that you might have. The Long-Term Support (LTS) versions are supported for at least five years, so you can get security patches without worrying about softwareissues in the long run. Due to the fact that Ubuntu is absolutely free to use, you are able to modify both its core as well as the thousands of additional software packages that you can download and set up in any way you find fit, without any restrictions and without having to pay any license fees. This way, you can receive an effective, secure and powerful website hosting service and pay just the cost of the server.

Ubuntu in VPS Hosting

Ubuntu is available with our Linux VPS hosting and you can purchase a VPS running it in just one hour. 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the OS are available, so you'll be able to select the one that you need if the software that you want to run on the website hosting server has particular system requirements in this regard. You can also select whether your Ubuntu-powered VPS should be set up with no Control Panel, in which case you'll have full root access and you can set up anything through a console; or if the Hepsia Control Panel should be set up on it, in which case you'll have a web interface and all the required web server, MySQL, FTP, e-mail server, etcetera. software is pre-installed. The root access in the second case will be more restricted, but such a setup is more suitable for users with less experience. We can also keep your Ubuntu up-to-date on a regular basis if you add our Managed Services upgrade. You will be able to do this throughout the VPS order process or at any later time using your billing Control Panel.