Linux is a popular Operating System, that is frequently used for web servers, due to the fact it provides a range of advantages over other Operating Systems. It is viewed as the most solid Operating system available and owing to the way it runs, corrupted files shall simply not work. Since Linux is absolutely free to use, no license fees will be included to the price you will have to pay for your web hosting service. That, subsequently, allows for the provider to customize the OS in accordance with what they and their customers require, taking away unneeded packages to boost the OS and the server’s overall performance. Linux servers typically include the Apache server software, which processes site access requests. Apache is additionally absolutely free and customizable, not to mention that it's really quick and light in terms of the resources it requires. LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the software environment which a lot of the most widely used script apps require – Joomla, Moodle, WordPress, etcetera. The LAMP configuration is the most frequently used one worldwide, because it's stable as well as simple to maintain.

Stable Linux with Apache in Shared Website Hosting

All shared website hosting accounts acquired through us are set up on powerful servers running Linux, so you can take full advantage of our speedy and secure web hosting services regardless of the plan that you’ve picked out during the signup process. In addition, we use an advanced cloud platform, so in lieu of running everything on one web server as most companies do, we've distributed every service (files, emails, databases, etc.) between clusters of web servers. As a result of using such a setup with Linux-powered servers is essentially no downtime, so you can get the absolute maximum from your sites. Additionally, we use the Apache web server, since this software provides us with the speed and overall flexibility needed to provide a premium hosting service on our custom cloud platform. Any of our shared hosting plans will allow you to run almost any sort of site created with almost any web programming language – PHP, Perl, Python, JavaScript, HTML, and so on.