Power and Accessibility. Launch Cloud with Linux
We’ve brought the best of both worlds with Linux and Cloud computing
Flexibility & Scalability
Flexibility & Scalability offer on-demand scalability to accommodate fluctuating needs of businesses, so no matter what, you can scale resources up and down to continue realizing on your business goals.
Easily schedule your backup plan with Go4hosting and automate creation of backup and restore points. The automated backups can be scheduled to weekly, monthly or even daily basis.
Cloud APIs such as – SaaS, PaaS or IaaS are very powerful through which functionality of web control panel can be accessed quite efficiently.
Cloud environment ensures optimum availability, since failure of any of the virtual server instances doesn’t impact the continuity of website.
Features You Get From Our Linux Cloud Servers Hosting
A list of other features that you get from Go4hosting that you’ll find nowhere
SSAE 16 Complaint state-of-the-art data centers
Highly scalable disk space and other IT resources
Intel’s most advanced processors & RAM
Supports IPv6 network protocol, 32 IPv4 IPs
User friendly control panels (Parallel Plesk / cPanel)
System monitoring, management, security patching, and anti-virus control
Enhanced physical, network security
24 x 7 x 365 Server monitoring, management, maintenance
24 x 7 x 365 Linux Cloud support
Uninterrupted power supply, Network, Cooling systems
Cost-effective solutions with transparent billing structure
Enterprise-grade HVAC systems
Know your OS1
We’ll help you figure out the Linux OS that you’d need. We’ll put forth a number of options and match your use case with each of the Linux distro to figure the one that would suit you the best.
Know your cloud2
Next, in a series of discussion, our cloud architect will help you find the right cloud configuration for you.
Once we’ve decided and assembled components, we’d ask you to run your apps and see to it that your expectations and performance deliverables are met.
All your apps are then deployed on real-live environ that mimic real-world ecosystems.
The final go-live is then initiated and your website is moved to our hosting ecosphere. Post this, only maintenance and optimization or if required, upgrades, are done on the server.
Other services that might be of your interest
launch unlimited virtual machines on your cloud server with Go4hosting’s VMware.
automate backing up of your data and have a backup kick in during urgencies
avert denial of service attacks aimed at your website with advanced DDoS management service from Go4hosting
Frequently Asked Questions
Linux cloud server simply means the server you have bought from your provider has been installed with Linux OS. Some providers may also provide with online web panel from where you can directly manage your cloud server, regardless of the operating system you are accessing it from.
However, you cannot have two OS installed in one cloud account unless you have a virtual machine configured into it. So, you can easily access Linux Cloud server from a computer running Windows OS and vice versa. The functionality of your cloud is associated with its own OS and not the operating system of the host accessing it.
Linux itself has more than 500 distros or versions of it running at present. We can install distro that you prefer and that is publicly available.
Ubuntu – based on debian, Ubuntu is without doubt the least unheard Linux Distro available in the market. It is free and has a big community at its disposal. Ubuntu is perhaps the only Linux OS that has so heavily focused on improving GUI to Windows’ standards.
(Bigger the community easier it is to get support)
RHEL – RHEL or Red Hat Enterprise Linux evolved from RedHat. It is the most highly adopted commercial Linux. It has a big community too but because the distro is paid it comes with Redhat own support.
CentOS – it is based on Red Hat’s source code and so shares a lot of similarities with RHEL.
CentOS was developed to provide a free alternative to RHEL.
Fedora – Fedora has the reputation of evolving early and working with upstream Linux communities. It is also the upstream source of RHEL.
Apart from the distros mentioned here, there are other equally popular distributions such as ClearOS, Debian, Arch Linux, OpenSUSE, etc.
Put in layman terms, a server is the physical storage disk with computational capability of its own. The server is then connected to the internet and relays the files in it to computers on the network.
Cloud on the other hand is a newly developed concept based on Virtualization. The aim underlying Cloud is to divide existing resource into multiple segments. Each segment then continues to serve as a separate server. The resource for virtualization comes from a pool of servers combined and collected to act like a single giant server.
Yes. Cloud servers are extremely safe. Cloud providers are made to follow strict compliances and thus make sure the server security is dealt with utmost seriousness.
Besides, there are a number of other tools – such as Firewall – that monitor incoming and outgoing traffic and reduce the risk of attack. Further, all cloud servers grant request based access to the database. Means, every time somebody tries to access his files, the request is met with scrutiny. It is only after the genuineness of such requests is established that the files are allowed to be downloaded.
Yes. There is no restriction on how you can use hosting service. You can use your cloud servers the way you want – to backup files, to launch websites or to host email services. You can also use your cloud hosting service for storage or running online backup of your database.
Every cloud hosting plan will also come with an inbuilt control panel and a database management system. You can easily move files using the existing database management system. While you can continue using your server for website hosting, a part of it may contain backup files from your local computer.