Dedicated hosting is the ultimate hosting solution, deployed by thousands of organizations and companies that require stability, non-stop availability, and the best performances. One aspect that greatly influences the performance delivered by a dedicated server is the operating system installed on the machine. There are several operating systems to consider, but the Linux family of operating systems is widely recognized as an excellent option. Linux is installed on the majority of web servers, including most of the world’s busiest Internet servers.
Once you have decided on a Linux dedicated web server, the next decision you need to make is the selection of the Linux distribution. You can choose from dozens of flavors of Linux, from commercially backed distributions such as Fedora or CentOS, to popular community oriented ones such as Debian.
To help readers make the right choice, JaguarPC recently published an article called Which Linux Distribution Should You Install on your Linux Dedicated Server. The article provides general information that can help you understand the complex Linux ecosystem. By reading it, you can learn more about the most important Linux distributions available, including specific features that differ from one distribution to another. Make sure you read the article thoroughly before deciding on a Linux dedicated web server.
Find the right OS with JaguarPC’s lineup of Linux dedicated web hosting solutions
JaguarPC’s catalog of Linux dedicated web hosting services includes dozens of combinations of hardware and software, giving you control over aspects such as memory, processing power, bandwidth, and operating systems. You can opt for one of the several Linux distributions available, including CentOS, Debian, Fedora or SUSE. If your project requires a specific OS that is not listed on JaguarPC’s website, make an inquiry to the sales team and JaguarPC may be able to create a custom build for you.
In the article, you will find a quick description of some of the most popular Linux distributions – Ubuntu Server Edition, Fedora, CentOS, and Debian. Each of these distributions has its own strengths and drawbacks. For example, Ubuntu SE is accessible, but some of the capabilities included in the other Linux flavors have been removed to keep it accessible.
Fedora is known to offer a cutting edge Linux dedicated hosting environment because it includes many new features developed by Red Hat for its flagship product – the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Fedora is highly secure and supports a large number of software packages. If you need a secure Linux dedicated web hosting service, Fedora may be the right choice for you.
CentOS is a popular Linux distribution based on the same source code as RHEL, meaning it benefits from the rigorous testing and development effort that goes into Red Hat’s enterprise products. When considering the number of server installations, CentOS is the number one Linux distribution. The drawback of using CentOS stems from its dependency on RHEL – CentOS is lagging behind the other distributions when it comes to new technologies and features.
Use your preferred Linux distribution with JaguarPC’s Linux dedicated hosting solutions
Regardless of which Linux flavor you prefer, there is a good chance that JaguarPC can offer it to you. Ubuntu Server Edition, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE, and CentOS are just a few of the operating systems that can be used with JaguarPC’s Linux dedicated hosting solutions. More than that, if your project demands a specific build, JaguarPC may be able to supply custom solutions.
JaguarPC’s award-winning team of professionals includes expert systems administrators that monitor the functioning of your Linux dedicated host 24/7, as well as customer service technicians that will work with you to solve any problems in a timely manner. JaguarPC’s servers are hosted in state-of-the-art facilities and are fully owned by the company. All Linux dedicated servers are powered by the latest generation of Xeon multi-core processors and other quality hardware components.