Linux is a popular OS, that is commonly used for web servers, as it offers a number of advantages over other OSs. It's looked upon as the most secure Operating system these days and owing to the way it runs, infected files shall simply not work. Because Linux is totally free to use, no license fees shall be added to the price you will have to pay for your hosting service. That, in turn, enables the provider to personalize the Operating system according to what they and their clients require, removing unnecessary packages to enhance the OS and the server’s general performance. Linux servers frequently include the Apache server software, which processes Internet site access requests. Apache is additionally totally free and easy to personalize, not to mention that it is really quick and light with regard to the system resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment which many of the most famous script apps require – Moodle, Joomla, WordPress,, etc. The LAMP configuration is the most traditionally used one around the globe, since it's stable and simple to take care of.

Stable Linux with Apache in Cloud Web Hosting

All the web servers that are an integral part of our innovative cloud website hosting platform run Linux so as to guarantee their fast and stable operation, that will consequently lead to far better overall website efficiency. That is valid for each and every site that you host inside a cloud web hosting account with our company. Each and every part of the hosting service (emails, databases, files) will be managed by its own group of machines, so just one type of processes will run on a certain machine, that will contribute to the fast loading speed of your Internet sites even more. You could use HTML, Perl, Python, JavaScript and just about any other web development language for your Internet sites, since they all can run on a Linux machine. We use the Apache web server, as our experience through the years has proven that this is probably the perfect software of its kind.