Have your own ultra-stable Debian dedicated server on hardware or a VM in our cloud. You are root, do whatever you want with it. No minimum term, no setup fee. It is very easy to install, update and remove software in your Debian system. Debian is Open Source software and the Debian 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. Debian also features a social contract that you can review.
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Some advantages of Debian
IOFlood offers extremely reliable Debian dedicated servers. Options include and Debian 7 "Wheezy" recommended and Debian 6 "Squeeze" obsolete. Whether you love Debian yourself, or if you're using it because it's been recommended to you by someone else, there is no question that Debian is one of the more popular linux server operating systems. Known for it's stability and customization, Debian is a popular choice especially for highly technical users. As one of the more popular linux server distributions, Debian enjoys wide industry support, timely security updates, and has been battle tested for stability and performance. Like any operating system, Debian has certain strengths and weaknesses, making it more or less appropriate for different users needs. We Love Servers.
Distributions, operating systems and software available with your dedicated server
All of our Debian servers come with full root access, giving over the reins to the users, allowing them to have full control of the virtual machine. You can also select the Debian version that is most fit for your needs. Linux Debian has access to one of the largest online repositories that contain over 51, software packages, making it the biggest software compilation.
First announced in , the Debian name was created by combining the first names of its creator, Ian Murdock with his girlfriend at the time - Debra Lynn. Since the release of version 1. Debian development is focused on continual improvement and rapid bug fixes. Support is easily obtained through popular mailing lists and website forums. With over a thousand volunteers, Debian has the largest open-source community for any software project. Arguably the best and easiest to use packaging system for Linux, which has more than 50, applications available for free. Servers running on Debian can often run for years without needing a reboot or experiencing a kernel panic, something which is unheard of for users with experience on other platforms.