Debian in VPS Servers
When you need a server running Debian, you can opt for any of the VPS server packages that we offer and select this Operating System on the registration page. You will be able to select the 32-bit or the 64-bit Debian release, as we give you the option to select the right one, depending on the software which you want to install on your server once it's set up. When you're more tech-savvy, you can get a Debian-powered VPS with no Control Panel, so you will have full root access and you are able to control the content and the software through SSH. In case you are less experienced, but you would like to use an application which requires Debian, you are able to select our Hepsia website hosting Control Panel on the order page and you will be able to manage the entire server like a standard shared web hosting account. In addition, you can take full advantage of the optional Managed Services upgrade that we supply, since it includes once a week Operating System updates done by our administrators, among other useful things.
Debian in Dedicated Servers
You'll be able to pick the Debian Operating System for your new dedicated server with only a mouse click on our order page and according to your choice, we'll install the 32-bit or the 64-bit edition of the OS on the machine, so that the software that you'll install later will perform in the right way. Using a server without any Control Panel, you will get Debian and the Apache web server software and you will be able to control everything through a console. A server that's acquired with our Hepsia Control Panel will come with all of the software which you'll need for your websites. Even though with the latter option the root access will be limited, you are able to manage the server as if it were a shared website hosting account, thus you can take advantage of a dedicated machine even if you do not have previous expertise in this kind of website hosting service. When you get the Managed Services upgrade, we'll maintain your server and will update its OS on a weekly basis in order to make sure that you have the most recent and most risk-free edition.