When you’re choosing and setting up a dedicated server for the first time, one of the main decisions you’ll need to make is that of selecting an operating system for the server itself. In the world of dedicated hosting, there are essentially two options of operating system from which to choose: Windows and Linux. And while you may be more familiar with Windows as an operating system yourself, the truth remains that Linux servers can be a great option for many people in need of reliable and secure hosting.
A: Each dedicated server is unmetered and connected on a 10Mbps port. This means that you can sustain 10Mbps up/down for as long as you need without incurring any extra charges, alternatively a 100Mbps port is available for an additional charge. If you decide that a 100Mbps port is the way to go you can either pre-purchase bandwidth at a commit of 20Mbps or above, or you may chose to just pay for what you utilize. Please keep in mind that all bandwidth is calculated within the 95% percentile saving you money!
Having your own space means having all the room to do whatever you want — and bearing all the responsibility should something go wrong. The same can be said for dedicated server hosting. Unlike shared or VPS hosting, dedicated hosts give you all the control over resource consumption, software installs, and (sometimes) network monitoring for your server, and you are solely responsible for the costs and management.
If you’re thinking about selecting Linux as an operating system for your dedicated server, you may be wondering where to begin. At ReliableSite, we do our best to make setting up your dedicated Linux server as easy and stress-free as possible. This includes having the option to have an experienced ReliableSite technician install the Linux operating system and configure it for you. If you decide to handle this aspect yourself, we also empower you by offering a wide range of free Linux source code and tutorials on our website.
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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.
24/7 U.S. based Premier Support™ is included with every dedicated server. This team is here to answer your support questions and ensure your server stays online. However, since optional root access is provided, there are limits to what Premier Support™ can help you with. This includes advanced server and database administration, custom application support, user script errors and server backups.
FREE in WHM, AutoSSL is cPanel’s answer to the annoying problem of SSL renewals and installation. Some Certificate Authorities utilize short expiration dates on their certs (for security purposes it’s better to limit exposure if your key is compromised) requiring admins to frequently renew their certs manually to avoid a coverage lapse. You can use this tool to issue Domain Validated SSLs through Comodo at no additional charge. If you prefer a different type of SSL you can purchase a 3rd party SSL and install it directly or use our Launch Assist service and allow our System Admins to install it for you. Server Name Indication (SNI) is enabled by default to allow a single IP to support multiple SSLs.
Our single and dual processor Linux Dedicated Server Hosting plans with FREE SSDs give you scalability, flexibility, and reliability. We have state-of-the-art data centers, one in Washington D.C., and the other near One Wilshire in Los Angeles. Our fully managed, custom dedicated servers come installed with LAMP stack. The USA Dedicated Server Hosting team monitors your server, and is available for custom configurations. We include cPanel and WHM free with all Dedicated Servers.
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.

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.
Customers can easily manage their shared account from a web browser thanks to our intuitive control panel. With cPanel & WHM, kickstarting your Hosting business has never been simpler! Whether you are managing one, or hundreds, of servers and/or websites, cPanel’s user-friendly interface allows you to customize your web hosting experience to fit your needs.
As I reflect on today’s announcement, one can’t help to think about Kubernetes. Last month, I talked about some of the upstream CNCF projects we are involved in. Since then, we’ve continued engaging with the community upstream including the Kubernetes Service Catalog, where Microsoft employees are amongst the top committers, upstream managed/dedicated blob disk contributions and of course the Open Service Broker API. Working with the community and contributing upstream will continue being an important part of our relationship with Red Hat.
As your business grows, so do your hosting needs. If you have heavy web site traffic, intense database applications, or if you just want the peace of mind of knowing that you have your sensitive database information on a dedicated server, you should consider "going dedicated". Here are a few advantages of upgrading to a robust Masscot Dedicated Biz Server:
As an alternative to using a script to launch the dedicated server manually, hosts running systemd can be configured to automatically start the dedicated server when the system boots. When using this method to manage the server, using GameUserSettings.ini to specify its settings is highly recommended. Refer to Admin Game Commands for more information.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux, also known as RHEL, is a Linux distribution developed for the commercial market, including mainframes. The first version of RHEL bearing the Red Hat name was originally marketed as "Red Hat Linux Advanced Server," but in 2003 the product was rebranded to Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS, or RHEL AS. At that time two additional variants were added, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edge Server (RHEL ES) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation (RHEL WS).
Managed hosting will also typically include 24/7 customer support. This is important, because when you’re running your own server, you’re not just paying for cloud computing, but for the physical hardware that stores your web projects. So, if something should go wrong with your server, your data isn’t relocated to another server as it is in cloud hosting environments.
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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