What is a Linux server?
Breaking it down to simple terms a Linux server — a virtual machine with allocated resources running Linux open source operating system is what we call Linux server. Linux servers are frequently selected over other server operating systems for their stability, security, flexibility and come with a variety of distributions to choose from.
Linux VPS & Cloud Server Differences
Our Linux VPS servers are powered by OpenVZ virtualization offering simplified management, high performance, pre-installed templates and full control. Due to OpenVZ restrictions, Linux VPS share the same kernel, thus it cannot be modified by the user for advanced configuration.View Plans
Linux Cloud Server
KVM technology enables every user to run their own isolated copy of Linux, providing a greater choice of distributions, higher performance, deeper configuration, stronger isolation and better security. API integration and kernel modifications are also available for power users.Explore
Linux Server DistributionsCompare available Linux distributions and find out which one suits your needs.
A stable, predictable, manageable and reproducible platform derived from the source of Red Hat Enterprise Linux - free alternative to those seeking RHEL.
Easy management, high security and top-of-the-line stability. Debian comes loaded with more than 43,000 packages and relies only on stable software versions.
Built and used by people across the globe Fedora is free to use, modify & distribute. This Linux distribution is known to handle graphics well and uses appealing interfaces.
For those who like Debian, but want the latest software, Ubuntu is a perfect choice. Ubuntu is also well suited for new users who wants to familiarize with Linux.
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OpenVZ offers simplified management options, on the other hand KVM provides significantly higher performance, scalability, increased control and customization.
To get detailed information of both hypervisors' characteristics, click here.
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If you decide to order a Linux server it is usually set up instantly. However, if you pay using a credit card, on rare occasions it might take up to a few hours.
At the moment we are not providing free trials for testing out our service, but you can test our services for 14 days and cancel them hassle-free if we do not meet your project needs.
If you have never tried Linux server — do not worry! We have plenty of tutorials to help you out getting started with your Linux server. Step by step guides from basics such as Linux terminal to advanced installations and more!