CentOS in VPS Hosting
CentOS is offered with each and every virtual private server that we offer and you'll be able to select it through the order process from among a few other Operating Systems. Determined by the software that you need to set up and run, you're able to choose between the 32-bit and the 64-bit version and your new VPS will be up and running soon after that. CentOS supports all the three web hosting Control Panels that we offer - cPanel, DirectAdmin and Hepsia. This allows you to choose if you want to use the server for your own Internet sites and to manage it as one large account, or if you want to be able to set up numerous web hosting accounts and eventually resell them to other people. Of course, you may also purchase a VPS without Control Panel and you'll get a server with an OS and the Apache web server software, but no other thing on it, so that you can install only the software which you want for your applications.
CentOS in Dedicated Web Hosting
CentOS is one of the Operating Systems which we provide with all of our dedicated server packages. Throughout the signup process, you will be able to choose from the 32-bit and the 64-bit version of the OS and ensure that the software environment on your new server will meet the requirements of the apps that you wish to install. Unlike other Operating Systems, CentOS will also allow you to choose from a couple of web hosting Control Panels, according to what you need the server for. With Hepsia, for instance, you can manage the server like a single account regardless of the number of domain names which you host, while with cPanel and DirectAdmin, you're able to make a separate account for each and every domain name, that can give you the opportunity to start a web hosting reseller business. In case you do not pick any Control Panel, you'll receive the server with CentOS only, since the software that comes with the Control Panels won't be installed. We also offer you weekly OS updates as part of our own Managed Services package, so you won't have to spend time and effort downloading and setting up the latest and most secure software on the dedicated server.