This is why Microsoft joined forces with Red Hat in late 2015. We started by making Red Hat solutions available natively to Microsoft Azure customers, delivering integrated enterprise support across hybrid environments, collaborating on .NET for a new generation of applications, and more. Last year we announced that we would bring SQL Server to Linux, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Since then we’ve continued to work together to bring these and other solutions – and, with it unmatched choice and flexibility – to our customers. In that spirit, with this week’s announcement a customer running OpenShift can use Linux and Windows containers together in a single cluster, they can use .NET Core 2.0 in a container on OpenShift, and SQL Server on either operating system and OpenShift, either on Azure or in their own datacenters. This just extends our customers’ ability to choose the right technology for the right job and have them work together. It is pretty cool to see this come to life, even if it was inconceivable not long ago.
We offer the best managed Dedicated Server Solutions available combined with unbeatable support from the Most Helpful Humans in Hosting™. Available with Linux or Windows operating systems, our Dedicated Server Solutions also come with 24x7 Proactive Sonar Monitoring™ and ServerSecure hardening. We offer single processor and dual processor dedicated servers.
With each Standard Dedicated Server purchase we provide you 2 free hours of our highest level of support from our Managed Hosting team. Commercial Class servers receive 4 hours. These hours can be used to fully transfer your websites to our servers. In order to make sure 2 hours is plenty of time for you, please speak with our sales representatives.
Accelerate development of modern applications with access to curated, tested, and supported modern languages (e.g., Python, .NET Core, Node.js), databases (e.g., MariaDB, MongoDB), and developer tools (e.g., GCC, GDB) through Red Hat Software Collections and Red Hat Developer Toolset. We also offer a no-cost developer subscription for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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.
Designed for people who want their online services to be managed by our experts, so they don’t have to worry about maintenance, updates, upgrades and renewals. Our Dedicated Server management packages can be applied to all of our servers, and we can tailor your solution to suit your budget. From Security hardening, through to fully managed solutions.
Sozo Hosting provides a portfolio of security offerings to help businesses mitigate these internet security threats. Sozo’s portfolio of security offerings include virtual private networks (VPN), cleaning infected websites, a web application firewall (WAF) and intrusion prevention system (IPS), a content distribution network (CDN) to manage traffic and optimize performance, real-time DDoS mitigation, and continuous monitoring.
Despite the solid-state speed boosts, we recommend HostGator for all things reseller hosting. The company makes it plainly obvious on its dedicated hosting plans that reselling is encouraged, unlike other providers. Each HostGator plan comes with a free ResellerClub account for selling domain names, along with cPanel and WHM control panels for managing server settings, accounts, analytics, and billing. Don’t let the price tag fool you, though — HostGator still gears reseller plans toward VPS. Be sure to sign up for a dedicated hosting plan to get both the computing power and the reseller perks.
That’s exactly why we recommend Bluehost — the highly regarded host took cPanel an extra mile so that customers can easily manage all of their websites, domains, emails, files, and computing resources from one central location. Instant provisioning and an open-source-friendly environment add to Bluehost’s perks, as does the company’s custom-designed database manager.
CentOS is an abbrevation for Community ENTerprise Operating System. The source code for CentOS is based on the commercial distribution Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). RHEL is a commercial based product, but it is licensed under the GNU General Public License. This allows CentOS developers to use a commercially built operating system freely because it is open source. CentOS' commercial backing increases the rate of updates released making it an extremely powerful, stable and secure operating system. These are just a few of the reasons why CentOS is one of the most popular choices among all of the available Linux OS variations.
We do offer hardware customizations on existing Dedicated servers but it is recommended you add them on at the initial purchase as any hardware changes once the server is active would result in downtime for your server. The cost varies depending on the upgrades. Contact our Sales team for prices. Hardware configuration options differ depending on data center location.
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RAM and fast multi-core CPUs allow a system to do more simultaneously, for example serving more visitors on your site. Plan on increasing performance by optimizing with RAM-caching? – More RAM means getting a larger, super-fast cache for your server. Performance isn't the most important thing to consider – your server must not corrupt data. We only use ECC (Error Correction Code) RAM because it's designed to protect against data corruption by detecting and automatically correcting errors while data is written to the memory. In addition to error correction, our Commercial Class Servers use Registered ECC memory which allows our servers to reach extremely high RAM capacities to provide all the resources you need for your project.
The first decision to make is whether you want a Linux or Windows operating system to run on your dedicated server. Most hosts give you a choice while some specialize in one or the other. Which one is right for you depends on what kind of languages or databases you plan on using. If you’re still unsure, we like to say there’s a 99.9% chance you should go with a Linux dedicated server.
Right off the bat, we should explain the difference between cheap and value hosting. Although we’ll occasionally cover free hosting services, we usually encourage looking past the price tag and examining the bang for your buck. In most cases, spending a few extra dollars unlocks a ton of useful features that will streamline your hosting experience and make a big difference in site performance and visitor experience.