Debian in VPS Hosting
You can select the Debian Operating System with each and every virtual private server solution that we supply. 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the OS are some of the options that you'll find on the order page, which means that you can select the one that will be more suitable for the software that you would like to set up and run later. A Debian-powered VPS can be set up either without Control Panel or with our in-house made Hepsia Control Panel. In the first case, you'll have more freedom, due to the fact that you will have full root access and you can make use of the advantages and the full functionality supplied by Debian. In the second case, the root access is limited, yet you'll be able to manage your online content via a web interface, not a console. In case you don't have a lot of time to control your Debian-powered server, or if you don't have a lot of experience, you are able to add the Managed Services upgrade to your plan and our admins will take care of the regular OS updates.
Debian in Dedicated Web Hosting
You are able to pick the Debian Operating System for your new dedicated server with only a mouse click on our registration page and depending on your choice, we will set up the 32-bit or the 64-bit version of the OS on the machine, to ensure that the software that you will install later will perform in the optimal way. Using a server without Control Panel, you'll receive Debian and the Apache web server software and you can manage everything through a console. A server that's acquired with the Hepsia Control Panel will come with all of the software which you'll need for your sites. Though with the latter option the root access is restricted, you'll be able to control the server as if it were a shared web hosting account, which means that you can take advantage of a dedicated machine even if you don't have previous experience with this type of website hosting service. If you get the Managed Services upgrade, we'll take care of your server and will update its OS every week so as to make sure that you have the most recent and most secure edition.