Linux Web Hosting

Next Generation web hosting infrastructure

Linux web hosting uses a proven, optimized and scalable Next Generation infrastructure to deliver unsurpassed performance and reliability. The result is a quick and solid web hosting solution with exceptional performance, delivering a fast and reliable user experience.

Linux web hosting includes a bundle of useful web applications, installable from the Control Panel: Drupal, Joomla!, WordPress, Ecwid (free version), Magento and SugarCRM.

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Key features

Web-based control panel

Unmetered monthly traffic

Web Presence Builder included

15 MySQL databases available

Monthly and yearly plans

Includes free web applications

Included web applications

Drupal

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Joomla!

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WordPress

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Magento

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Ecwid

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SugarCRM

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Additional information

Video: How Linux is built

Linux Web Hosting - Product Sheet

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