Debian in VPS Servers
There're a few Operating Systems that we offer with our Linux VPS servers and Debian is among them, therefore when you'd like to have a server with this OS, you can have one in less than one hour. In addition, we offer 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS to make sure that the VPS you'll obtain will fully cover the system requirements of any web or offline application which you wish to install on the server. Controlling the content on the server can be done in two ways, according to the choice you make on the order page. With no Control Panel, you will be able to do everything on your Debian-equipped server using Secure Shell, as you will have root-level access, while through the Hepsia Control Panel, the root access will have some restrictions, but you can do everything through your Internet browser using an intuitive web interface, even if you aren't very experienced. When you use the optional Managed Services package that we supply, we can also keep your Debian OS updated on a weekly basis, saving you effort and time.
Debian in Dedicated Servers
You'll be able to select the Debian OS for your new dedicated server with just a click on our registration page and according to your choice, we will install the 32-bit or the 64-bit version of the OS on the machine, so that the software that you'll install later will perform in the best way. Picking a server devoid of Control Panel, you will get Debian and the Apache web server software and you are able to manage everything through a console. A server that's ordered with the Hepsia Control Panel will feature all of the software which you may need for your web sites. Although with the latter option the root access will be limited, you'll be able to control the server as if it were a shared web hosting account, so that you can take advantage of a dedicated machine even if you do not have previous expertise in this kind of web hosting service. When you buy our Managed Services upgrade, we'll take care of your server and will update its OS every week to make sure that you have the most recent and most risk-free version.