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    Datacenter - USA
  • VMLD103
  • Intel Xeon E3-1220
  • CPU Quad-Core
  • RAM 16 GB
  • Storage 240 GB SSD +5 TB SATA
  • 120 Mbit/s port
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
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    (USD 79/Month)
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    Datacenter - USA
  • VMLD101
  • Intel Xeon E3-1220
  • CPU Quad-Core
  • RAM 32 GB
  • Storage 1080 GB SSD
  • 120 Mbit/s port
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
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  •  Linux
    (USD 89/Month)
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    Datacenter - USA
  • VMLD102
  • Intel Xeon E5-2670
  • CPU Eight-Core
  • RAM 64 GB
  • Storage 1080 GB SSD
  • 120 Mbit/s port
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
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  •  Linux
    (USD 119/Month)
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    Datacenter - USA
  • VMLD104
  • Intel Xeon E5-2660
  • CPU Dual Eight-Core
  • RAM 128 GB
  • Storage 1080 GB SSD
  • 120 Mbit/s port
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
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  •  Linux
    (USD 179/Month)

Ubuntu Dedicated Server



The Ubuntu operating system is a free, open-source operating system developed by Canonical in October 2004. It is used for everything from computer-networking applications to operating systems. Because of its wide-ranging integrability and free availability, Ubuntu dedicated servers are also among the most popular choices in the world today, according to analysts.


Because this particular operating system has such broad support, it can also be used for more specialized purposes. These servers are ideal for both hosting and developing web-stores. With the support provided for both of these roles, it is easy to see how the popularity of Ubuntu servers has soared over the past several years.


Ubuntu is Better Suited for Development



One of the key benefits of using a Ubuntu server is that it is widely used 66% of experienced developers prefer Ubuntu Wide choice of SDN and storage. This means that you will have access to the largest number of tools, applications, and features out there.


Better security


Security is another one of the significant benefits of using Ubuntu dedicated servers. There's no need for antivirus and firewall. Unlike windows, it has Extended protection for infrastructure and applications, which is best built-in security than other platforms. Ubuntu is constantly improving itself. There are constant security fixes, bug fixes, and more being worked on all the time. This means that users will be getting more frequent updates and have access to an always-up-to-date version of this well-known dedicated server.



Programming


The programming part is very easy; Ubuntu is Completely Customizable. The Linux kernel, which is the core technology that uses the GNOME desktop environment, is available and allows developers to contribute to the program. Because of this, users are guaranteed to have a strong foundation to build upon.


Ease of installation



It also has a reputation for being easy to use. This is evident by the relative ease of installation of the Ubuntu OS compared to others. Many people do not have experience with server operating systems, so it can be quite difficult for them to figure out how to set up one themselves. However, when it is explained in full, it becomes very clear that installing Ubuntu on a server does not require a great deal of knowledge or expertise.


Conclusion



Ubuntu offers a cost-effective solution that's not only affordable but also very reliable. With a strong foundation and countless available options, there is virtually no limit as to how many servers you can manage at once, distinct advantage of reducing downtime, improving load times, and improving overall performance. In short, there are countless benefits to running an Ubuntu dedicated server.