Power of Ubuntu. Now at BigRock

Here is yet another update for making our VPS hosting even more irresistible. You will be glad to know that we have now included a brand new Flavor of OS – Ubuntu with all our VPS packages. With an already awesome option – CentOS, you will now be spoilt for choice thanks to Ubuntu.

ubuntu-logo14Image Source: Ubuntu Website

With our research, we realized that CentOS and Ubuntu is the top two OS deployed in VPS around the world. Hence it became extremely important that we adopt this new OS and make it available for you. The building popularity and community of the Ubuntu OS within our own database pushed us even more to make this a reality. Yes, we’ve heard YOU. 🙂

Ubuntu is one of the newest and most popular distributions of Linux available today. One of the most important reasons for its popularity is the ease of use. No wonder it is the most installed Linux OS on desktops after Windows. Built upon the Debian distribution’s package management system and “secure by default” principle, Ubuntu shares Debian’s reputation for stable installations and reliability. It has a fairly strong community based support along with regular updates of the latest software versions in a regular schedule. You can also consider Ubuntu to be a great option for beginners.

Quick PROS of Ubuntu

  • Easy to use
  • Extensive documentation
  • Good Community Support
  • Steady release dates
  • Great security features

Also, if you are looking to gain more control over your VPS package with the help of a CONTROL Panel then you can opt in for the fairly new PLESK add on that we introduced in the not so distant past.

So if you need the ease of Ubuntu and the power of our VPS then look no further cause we have it right here for you. Choose from the different plans of VPS hosting and let your business flourish. You can leave a comment below if you have any questions about the new OS. You can also call us on 1800-200-7625 for a detailed conversation on the VPS hosting packages.

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