Debian in VPS Web Hosting
You are able to acquire a Debian-powered virtual private server with any of our VPS solutions and you will be able to choose if the version which will be installed during the server setup process should be 32-bit or 64-bit. This way, you'll guarantee that the software environment will meet the requirements of the apps which you need to run and that the latter will function appropriately. During the order process, you may also choose if the VPS will come with the Hepsia Control Panel or without Control Panel at all. The first option provides you with a handy graphical interface, via which you can control everything related to your web presence using only a web browser - files, e-mails, databases, and so on. Without Control Panel at hand, you will need to make everything via a console, however you will have full root access and you'll be able to set up any software that may not be supported by Hepsia. You may also add our optional Managed Services package, that includes weekly Operating System updates.
Debian in Dedicated Servers Hosting
32-bit and 64-bit versions of Debian are available on our dedicated server order page and you'll be able to pick all of them with just a mouse click for your new machine, depending on what software environment the apps which you wish to use require for top notch performance. You can also choose if our Hepsia Control Panel should be installed on the server or whether it should come without Control Panel at all. The first option is suitable for less experienced users who want a Debian-powered server, but would like to control it like a shared website hosting account, whereas the second option is suitable for more advanced users who want to have more control, as ‘no Control Panel' means only Debian and the Apache web server software, but no other software set up on the server whatsoever. We'll also save you time and effort with our Managed Services upgrade, because it includes routine Operating System updates, so that you'll have a secure and stable Debian installation.