CentOS in VPS Servers
You'll be able to pick CentOS for your new VPS server throughout the signup process. We provide 32-bit and 64-bit versions, in order to give you the option to select the one that is more suitable for the applications that you want to set up and manage. CentOS supports a variety of website hosting Control Panels, so that you will have a choice between cPanel, Hepsia and DirectAdmin, based on what you intend to do - to set up a separate account for every single domain hosted on the server and even to start your reseller business, or to host all of your domains together and control the entire server as one single account. You will also have the option to order your VPS without Control Panel in case you need a machine with CentOS, however devoid of the additional software that is provided with the Control Panels. This way, you are able to set up web or database servers that are different from the default ones which we offer.
CentOS in Dedicated Servers
CentOS is one of the Operating Systems which we supply with all our dedicated server packages. Throughout the registration process, you'll be able to choose between the 32-bit and the 64-bit version of the OS and make sure that the software environment on your new server meets the specifications of the apps that you want to set up. Unlike other Operating Systems, CentOS also allows you to select from a couple of web hosting Control Panels, depending on what you need the server for. With Hepsia, for example, you are able to manage the server like just a single account regardless of the number of domains which you host, while with cPanel and DirectAdmin, you will be able to make an individual account for each and every domain, which will give you the opportunity to start a hosting reseller business. In case you do not pick any Control Panel, you'll receive the server with CentOS only, as the software that comes with the Control Panels will not be installed. We also supply regular OS updates included in our Managed Services package, so you won't have to spend time and effort downloading and setting up the most recent and most protected software on your dedicated server.