Server Setups

If you are starting up a new IT oriented business or already running a mature business utilizing IT resources, if you need someone to setup a new server for your technology needs, our server admins helps setup your server from operating system installation to software installation, configuration and testing. We provide full end-to-end service delivering a fully functional Web Server, DNS Server, Mail Server, Proxy Server, Database Server any many more.

Remote operating system installation is possible with the help of any Serial Over Lan (SOL) technology such as IPMI with KVM. After OS installation all following work is usually administered through IP accessible remote control protocols, such as SSH, VNC etc.


Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is enterprise-class open source operating system developed by Red Hat. Red Hat aims to provide an enterprise Linux distro with official support, highest level of training and Certification Programs. RHEL is considered to be a very stable and reliable Linux distribution with a professional team and company at its backing. On one hand Red Hat uses very strict trademark rules to restrict free re-distribution of RHEL while on the other hand provides complete source code for the software resulting in several free rebranded distribution of the same software.

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FreeBSD

FreeBSD® is a UNX-like operating system for desktop, servers, and embedded computer platforms. It supports i386, amd64, IA-64, arm, MIPS, powerpc, ppc64, PC-98 and UltraSPARC platforms. FreeBSD is developed and maintained by a large team of developers and active community. FreeBSD’s code base also serves as an integral part of other operating systems such as Apple’s OS X. The operating system is used by companies of all shapes and sizes including ISPs, researchers, professionals, students and home users all over the world.

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Ubuntu

Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distributions for desktop/laptop with wide acceptability compared to other Linux flavors. Ubuntu is the flagship project of Canonical and is sponsored by the company as well. The software is available for free but the company generates its revenue by selling support and services related to Ubuntu. Ubuntu is marketed as an alternative to the more popular windows platform for desktop/laptops and claims to provide its support for various Windows software. Ubuntu is also available for servers and it has also joined hands with OpenStack as a platinum member to prove itself as the best choice in cloud computing.

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Fedora

Fedora is also an open source operating system project based on the Linux kernel, Fedora is designed, owned and backed by Red Hat. Fedora’s main objective is to be first in delivering free and open source cutting edge technology and to attract as much outside participation as possible resulting in less time spent by Red Hat engineering team. Fedora also serves as a test bed research project for a more stable RHEL. Fedora announces time based releases about 2-3 times a year in addition to public release schedule.

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CentOS

CentOS is an open source operating system derived from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux(RHEL) distribution. CentOS target is to provide a free enterprise class computing platform and to achieve this maintain 100% binary compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In other words CentOS is the same as RHEL but without paying the cost and having any support that Red Hat offers. CentOS is supported by small number of core developers and an active user community around the world.

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