Operating systems and distributions



Find the most popular open-source operating system. Linux and Unix dedicated servers have stable bases for any kind of workload and deployment, from the most traditional to the most innovative.


A free open-source distribution designed business. It is based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system and offers high stability.

Version Price
AlmaLinux 8 Available
AlmaLinux 9 Available

CentOS 6

CentOS is a free distribution based on the RHEL source code. It stands out from other Linux distributions in its stability. It also has a large community.

Version Price
Centos 7 Available


A flagship distribution in the Linux world, Debian was originally created for server administration. It is recognized as one of the most stable operating systems, suitable for any type of production environment.

Debian 10Available
Debian 11Available
Debian 9 ArmhfAvailable


Fedora is a community version of Red Hat intended for a wide scope. This distribution is often ahead of its time when it comes to integrating new practices and technologies.

Version Price
Fedora 36 Server Available

Rocky Linux

Free open-source distribution binary compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Rocky Linux is suitable for desktop applications, and is particularly suited to the corporate world.

Version Price
Rocky Linux 8 Available
Rocky Linux 9 Available


Derived from Debian, this distribution benefits from an active community and a range of easy-to-understand features. An Ubuntu dedicated server provides access to standard packages, such as an email server, file server or web server.

Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTSAvailable
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTSAvailable
Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTSAvailable
Ubuntu Server 22.10Available

And much more OS, databases, web servers, etc., under SaaS option.