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Dedicated Server Hosting with Linux Environment – A Close Insight
Dedicated servers hosting is a plan which gives you complete control, unmatched freedom, security and
limitless bandwidth for your success in your business. Virtual dedicated server hosting is the most
sought-after option to fulfill all the business needs that is growing and thriving by providing strong
bedrock and risk-free environment to enhance your visibility in the online market.
Linux Server runs on Linux operating system. This is open source and free operating system that relies on
UNIX and is capable to hold in a lot of hardware platforms. Being the main system and more popular than
any other server, this is the best dedicated server hosting option which is a feasible alternative to Mac
and Windows Server. Linux is free and can be developed in any global community of web developers and
this is totally cheap dedicated hosting option. This is why a lot of users are using Linux Operating System
of different types. You can get virtual private server hosting and managed dedicated server solutions
that are tailor-made for your business. Linux server hosting is distributed in number of channels which is
why they are known as “distributions” and each “distribution” holds an absolute and different goal.
So, let’s discuss Linux Server Distributions……
Ubuntu: This is one most trusted and popular Linux Distribution. This is specialized to make Linux easily
accessible to computer users and it is also compatible to functionalities and features that are based on
Windows PC. Ubuntu is used and widely accessible among 30% of Linux Users.
Kubuntu: This Linux Distribution holds compatibility with Ubuntu. The major difference is that Kubuntu
is based on other type of system to function than Ubuntu. However, the purpose of using both systems is
same. This is why they both can be accessed easily by computer users.
Debian: This is very harder Linux Distribution than Kubuntu and Ubuntu because they offer Debian
distribution and this distribution is not accessible for normal computer users. It works as a standard
computer and main system is familiar for hosting servers.
Fedora: This is next most popular epitome of Linux Distribution. The standard operations of Fedora work
much like Ubuntu and Kubuntu and it is basically used in older computers because of limited
Red Hat: It addresses client and server operation environment as a class to Red Hat Enterprise. The Linux
Subscriptions have Red Hat Enterprise ES and Red Hat Enterprise AS variants and they both are flagship
and high-end servers.