Linux is a well known Operating System, that's widely used for web servers, as it features a range of advantages over other OSs. It is considered to be the most solid OS available and due to the way it works, corrupted files shall simply not work. Because Linux is absolutely free to use, no license fees shall be added to the price you will have to pay for your web hosting service. That, consequently, enables the provider to customize the Operating system based on what they and their clients require, getting rid of unneeded packages to optimize the OS and the server’s functionality. Linux servers normally come with the Apache web server software, which processes site access requests. Apache is furthermore totally free and easy to personalize, not to mention that it is very quick and light in terms of the system resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment that a number of the most widely used script applications require – Joomla, Moodle, WordPress, etc. The LAMP configuration is the most commonly used one globally, since it's stable and simple to maintain.

Stable Linux with Apache in Shared Hosting

All of the web servers that are part of our groundbreaking cloud hosting platform run Linux as a way to ensure their fast and reliable operations, that will subsequently lead to much better overall site efficiency. This is valid for every single site that you host within a shared hosting account with us. Every single part of the web hosting service (e-mail messages, databases, files) will be managed by its own group of servers, so just one type of processes will run on a given machine, which will contribute to the fast loading speed of your websites even more. You may use HTML, JavaScript, PHP, Perl, Python and just about any other web development language for your Internet sites, because they all can run on a Linux hosting server. In addition we use the Apache web server, considering that our experience over time has proven that it is probably the most effective piece of software of its type.