Debian in VPS Servers
There're a few Operating Systems that we supply with our VPS web hosting plans and Debian is among them, which means that when you'd like to have a server with this Operating System, you'll be able to acquire one in less than an hour. In addition, we offer 32-bit and 64-bit releases of the OS to ensure that the VPS you will get will completely cover the system requirements of any kind of web or offline application which you would like to install on the server. Managing the content on the server can be performed in two ways, depending on the choice you make on the order page. With no Control Panel, you can do everything on your Debian-equipped server through Secure Shell, as you will have root-level access, whereas using the Hepsia Control Panel, the root access will have certain restrictions, but you'll be able to do everything from your browser using an intuitive web interface, even when you aren't very experienced. When you use the optional Managed Services package that we supply, we will also keep your Debian OS up to date every week, saving you effort and time.
Debian in Dedicated Servers
32-bit and 64-bit releases of Debian are available on our dedicated server order page and you can choose any of them with only a mouse click for your new server, depending on what software environment the applications that you want to use require for the best performance. You can also select whether our Hepsia Control Panel should be set up on the server or whether it should come without a Control Panel at all. The first option is made for less experienced users who want a Debian-powered server, yet want to control it like a shared website hosting account, whereas the second option is suitable for more advanced users who wish to have more control, because ‘no Control Panel' means only Debian and the Apache web server software, but no other software installed on the server whatsoever. We can also save your time and effort with our Managed Services upgrade, since it includes regular Operating System updates, so that you'll have a safe and stable Debian installation.