Debian in VPS Hosting
You are able to get a Debian-powered virtual private server with all of our VPS packages and you can choose if the version that will be installed during the server setup process should be 32-bit or 64-bit. Thus, you'll guarantee that the software environment will meet the system requirements of the apps that you need to run and that the latter will work properly. During the order process, you can also decide if the VPS will come with the Hepsia Control Panel or without a Control Panel at all. The first option will provide you with a user-friendly graphical interface, via which you are able to manage everything related to your online presence using only a web browser - files, e-mail accounts, databases, and the like. Without Control Panel at hand, you'll need to make everything through a console, however you'll have full root access and you'll be able to set up any kind of software that may not be supported by Hepsia. In addition, you can add the optional Managed Services package, that includes regular Operating System updates.
Debian in Dedicated Web Hosting
Each and every dedicated server that we supply can be set up with Debian and we'll test the software environment completely before we hand over the machine in order to ensure that it will perform properly. You'll be able to pick the 32-bit or the 64-bit Debian release throughout the registration process, so the applications which you set up can get the maximum out of your server. We can also maintain your Operating System up-to-date when you add the optional Managed Services package to your plan. If you obtain your Debian-driven server without a hosting Control Panel, you'll be able to do anything you like with the machine and you'll have full root-level access, but you'll have to be more skillful, since all of the tasks will be performed through a Secure Shell console. If you acquire your Debian-driven server with the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, you will get a web interface, through which you'll be able to manage domains, files, databases, etc, and this might be a better option if you aren't very experienced, and a specific app that you'd like to use requires Debian. You can access your Hepsia-equipped server via SSH as well, but the things which you can do are limited.