With a CentOS-powered dedicated server you can easily start your own reseller business, offering both regular and reseller hosting accounts. If you have a cPanel CentOS Dedicated Server, you can do that without a problem via the server's main Web Host Manager (WHM) tool. The main advantage of having your own reseller hosting enterprise is that all the profits will go directly to you.
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Apache Server is an HTTP server that's available for many modern operating systems, including CentOS. It has an open source that's developed and maintained by the Apache Software Foundation, an open community of developers. Apache Server was originally based on HTTPd, which was developed by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. Development on HTTPd stalled in 1995, and Apache Server quickly overtook HTTPd as the most popular HTTP server in the world. The procedure for installing Apache Server generally includes starting the server and testing the installation.
There is nothing more important to your business than the security of your IT, data and other intellectual property.   With Managed Security, GalaxyVisions' experts will ensure that your dedicated servers are resilient to attack, safe from intrusion and always available when you and your customers need them. Among the features: Firewall configurations for specific requirements, firewall management and VPN management in the firewall. In addition, you can choose individual services or a comprehensive solution.
Dedicated servers sound pretty great, right? They are. That said, you should be aware of their relatively high prices. Setting up shop on a dedicated server will likely cost you more than $100 per month; shared servers, on the other hand, are far less expensive. The cheapest web hosting services will lease you space on the web for well under $10 per month. In addition, you'll need to handle firewalls and maintenance yourself unless you opt for a managed server, which costs even more.
Hello Praveen, You need to follow this tutorial completely. You need to install PHP, MySql, Apahe Http server. Moreoevr you can install other servers like Tomcat, Glassfish, Jboss on your centos. I have followed this tutoral and really it is very helping and written by keeping a beginner in mind. In case you need any help please mail me at [email protected]
Even though Plesk is compatible with multiple operating systems, it’s most frequently paired with Windows hosting accounts. Plesk is generally cheaper than cPanel licenses, but the expenses of running Windows make the pair slightly harder to find. Both the Plesk and cPanel control panels are easy to operate. With familiar, simplistic layouts, site administrators can generally switch between the two platforms without much hassle.
Table 2.1, “Hardware Requirements Based on Number of Entries” contains guidelines for the recommended size of the Directory Server database. They are based upon the number of entries that your organization requires. The values shown in the table assume that the entries in the LDIF file are approximately 100 bytes each and that only the recommended indices are configured (since indexing is resource-intensive).

Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system. Ubuntu uses the “apt” package manager, which users of Debian Linux will be familiar with, and a huge library of pre-compiled packages (over 16,000). It is very easy to install, update and remove software in your Ubuntu system. Ubuntu is Open Source software and the Ubuntu operating system is free of cost. In practical use, it is perfect for the person that wants the stability but does not require the commercial support and cost that commercial products offer.
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