For those seeking a non-commercial OS to install on their dedicated server, the Debian OS has got you covered. Debian is easy to maintain because it is based on Linux distributions.
For those seeking a non-commercial OS to install on their dedicated server, the Debian OS has got you covered.
Debian is easy to maintain because it is based on the Linux distribution and supported by 870 developers. If your computing needs do not require a commercial grade OS a Debian Linux Server will suffice.
Upon request, we will install the Debian OS on a your dedicated server. The Debian Linux Server comes equipped with a simple management system that makes administrative functions a breeze. Using the GNU OS tool, users can install and configure applications in order of importance, or overwrite files that were previously configured. Key features of the Debian OS include:
– Automated patching: Users can schedule automated updates online by running a shell script whenever new updates become available.
– Ease of Maintenance: The Debian OS is fully integrated and makes it easy for you to set up, update and maintain the applications on your server.
– Support: Debian is supported by a community of developers who are user centric; significant updates are only made when they are warranted.
– Linux Based: Debian is Linix based and uses Unix style commands. Linux users won’t have re-learn how to navigate Debian because the layout is familiar.
Conventional Operating Systems tend to bombard us with pop-up ads whenever new updates or features are introduced; this can be distracting. The Debian community relies on proceeds from third party vendors who supply retailers with instructional support videos and DVDs. There is no need for the community to spam or distract us from our daily routine. The Debian linux server is a straightforward machine that offers users a simplified interface that is both reliable and cost effective. Again, if your application doesn’t require an enterprise class OS like Red Hat or Gentoo, the Debian is your best bet.
This is interesting. I wonder how much this server would cost? Upon reading this article i see that Debian has a lot to offer. Will check for more details about this. Thank you for sharing this post.
Our Intel Dual Xeon 2.4 Debian Server starts at $99 and goes up to $699 for an intel quad quad core 2.93.