Debian in VPS
You can obtain a Debian-powered virtual private server with all of our VPS solutions and you can choose if the version that will be installed throughout the server setup process will be 32-bit or 64-bit. In this way, you can guarantee that the software environment will match the requirements of the applications which you wish to run and that the latter will function correctly. Throughout the order process, you can also decide whether the VPS will come with our Hepsia Control Panel or with no Control Panel at all. The first option provides you with an easy to navigate graphical interface, through that you will be able to manage everything related to your world wide web presence using only a web browser - files, email addresses, databases, and many more. Without Control Panel at hand, you'll need to make everything via a console, however you'll have full root access and you can set up any software that may not be supported by Hepsia. You may also add our optional Managed Services package, that includes regular Operating System updates.
Debian in Dedicated Hosting
You are able to select the Debian Operating System for your new dedicated server with a click on our registration page and depending on your choice, we will install the 32-bit or the 64-bit version of the OS on your machine, so that the software that you will install later will work in the right way. Picking a server with no Control Panel, you will get Debian and the Apache web server software and you will be able to manage everything using a console. A server that's ordered with the Hepsia Control Panel will include all the software which you may need for your websites. Even though with the latter option the root access is restricted, you will be able to manage the server as if it were a shared website hosting account, thus you can take advantage of a dedicated machine even if you have no previous experience with this type of hosting service. If you buy the Managed Services upgrade, we'll take care of your server and will update its OS weekly in order to make sure that you have the most recent and most secure release.