CentOS is one of the most sought after Linux-based server Operating Systems out there. It is employed by numerous hosting suppliers, as it's very stable, reliable and secure, not to mention that it can be customized freely, because it is an open-source OS. CentOS is used for production servers, because it's also really quick and takes minimal resources. Also, you can set up and run any web app, provided that it can operate on a Linux device. When you use a CentOS-powered server, you will be able to edit any part of the Operating System in accordance with your specifications. The fact that CentOS is provided for free means that you will have to pay for your server, but not for any kind of license fees, which will minimize your overall expenses. A vast team of developers and users is behind CentOS, and in case you ever encounter any problems, or you're simply not sure how to perform a certain task, you can discover a solution in no time. An important benefit of the OS is also the fact that each release is officially supported and updated for no less than ten years, so that you will always have a secure and dependable software environment.
CentOS in Dedicated Servers
You'll be able to obtain CentOS with each dedicated server that we supply, because 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS are some of the options that you will be able to select on the registration page. CentOS supports all three website hosting Control Panels which we offer, therefore you are able to pick Hepsia, DirectAdmin or cPanel to be installed on your server. The first is appropriate for less experienced users who want a powerful web hosting solution, since a Hepsia-equipped server is managed like one very large account, while the other two Control Panels will allow you to make numerous hosting accounts on your server and even to resell the website hosting space. If you need CentOS with no additional software, you'll be able to select a server setup with no 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.