Linux is a well-known Operating System, that is frequently used for web servers, given that it has a range of advantages over other OSs. It is regarded as the most secure OS these days and due to the way it functions, infected files shall simply not work. As Linux is free to use, no license fees shall be calculated in the price you will have to pay for your website hosting service. This, in turn, enables the provider to personalize the OS in accordance with what they and their clients need, getting rid of unwanted packages to improve the Operating system and the server’s performance. Linux servers usually feature the Apache server software, that processes site access requests. Apache is also absolutely free and customizable, not to mention that it's incredibly fast and light in terms of the system resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment which a number of the most famous script apps require – Joomla, WordPress, Moodle, and so forth. The LAMP configuration is the most frequently used one across the world, since it's stable and simple to take care of.

Stable Linux with Apache in Shared Web Hosting

If you order a shared web hosting service from us, your new account shall be created on our top-notch cloud platform where all of the servers run Linux. However, the Operating system has been personalized to satisfy our necessities, so that you can get the most of our clustered platform. The files, e-mail messages, statistics, databases, etc., are handled by individual clusters of web servers and this contributes to the better general performance of the platform, because one machine manages only 1 type of process running on it, contrary to what all kinds of other providers do. All web requests are addressed by Apache, because we've seen first-hand that that'slikely the lightest and fastest web server around. Using a shared account on our cloud platform, you will be able to enjoy a fast, dependable and protected service and to use any web programming language – HTML, Python, Perl, JavaScript, and so forth.