Throughout most of the 1990's, tech pundits, largely unaware of Linux's potential, dismissed it as a computer hobbyist project, unsuitable for the general public's computing needs. Through the efforts of developers of desktop management systems such as KDE and GNOME, office suite project OpenOffice.org and the Mozilla web browser project, to name only a few, there are now a wide range of applications that run on Linux and it can be used by anyone regardless of his/her knowledge of computers. Those curious to see the capabilities of Linux can download a live CD version called Knoppix . It comes with everything you might need to carry out day-to-day tasks on the computer and it needs no installation. It will run from a CD in a computer capable of booting from the CD drive. Those choosing to continue using Linux can find a variety of versions or "distributions" of Linux that are easy to install, configure and use. Information on these products is available in our distribution section and can be found by selecting the mainstream/general public category.

Perfect for handling mission-critical websites, applications and databases. It's the best solution for companies that want the power and performance of their own servers without the high cost and administrative headaches of running their own data centers. GV Enterprise plans for Red Hat, which include GalaxyVisions' Core Managed Services, feature one or two quad-core Intel Xeon processors, ranging from 2GHz to 3GHz, for performance that can handle even the most demanding requirements. A variety of storage options are also available ranging from 73GB drives to 2x146GB SCSI drives. Every plan comes with a minimum 4 gigabytes of RAM, full root access, free cPanel or Plesk with Fantastico, three useable IP addresses, personalized MRTG graphs for monitoring traffic and a 100 megabit per second dedicated network port. 

When you choose to employ Red Hat Linux Enterprise you'll be able to confidently deploy solutions because you'll know that the Red Hat software applications and hardware you use are fully certified. In addition, because Red Hat supports all of its releases for a minimum of seven years, you'll know that your Red Hat Linux server is backed by the support you deserve. With a Red Hat dedicated Linux server you can be sure you'll receive the latest bug fixes and security errata because Red Hat uses its own Red Hat Network for automated software delivery and updates.


GalaxyVisions' Dedicated Hosting plans with CentOS are bundled with GV Core Managed Services, such as network/hardware/software setup and regular updates, personalized reports and graphs, and full root access. In addition, GalaxyVisions offers a number of premium managed services plans for specific requirements such as enhanced security, load balancing and other super-charged network connectivity. GV's premium services are the ideal solution for businesses that want to spend less time managing their system infrastructure and more time growing their business.
CentOS is the most popular version of Linux for web servers. It is an open-source Linux distribution derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), but it is not affiliated with Red Hat, Inc. With its fast-growing base of users and community contributors, CentOS is constantly tested and updated to ensure that its users have a stable, secure and high-performance hosting environment.

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.
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.
Dedicated web servers are for those who want all the power to themselves without having to share any of it with other users and their customers. Dedicated hosting, as opposed to shared hosting, is a hosting solution that's all yours. In a shared hosting environment, you share a server's resources with other users with running on their own virtual servers and sharing the hardware resources. With a dedicated solution, you get your own Linux dedicated server with all of its resources to use as you please for your website. That means all the bandwidth, RAM, CPU, and data transfer are all yours. Essentially you're renting a complete server from us.
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