Debian Linux Cloud Servers
Debian Linux was first announced in 1993. Its founder, Ian Murdock, envisaged the creation of a completely non-commercial project developed by hundreds of volunteer developers in their spare time. With sceptics far outnumbering optimists at the time, it was destined to disintegrate and collapse, but the reality was very different. Debian not only survived, it thrived and, in less than a decade, it became the largest Linux distribution and possibly the largest collaborative software project ever created! The success of Debian GNU/Linux can be illustrated by the following numbers. It is developed by over 1,000 volunteer developers, its software repositories contain more than 20,000 packages (compiled for 11 processor architectures), and it is responsible for inspiring over 120 Debian-based distributions and live CDs. These figures are unmatched by any other Linux-based operating system.
vServer Center's Debian Linux Cloud Server is a Debian Virtual Server that is served by a computing resource pool (aka Cloud) consists of redundant network switches, redundant enterprise class data storage systems, redundant high end physical computer servers, and VMware server virtualization and cloud computing software. Each of our Debian Linux Cloud Servers has its own dedicated operating system and maintains the same functionality as traditional physical computers. Our VMware Debian Linux Cloud Servers support High Availability (HA). If a physical computer fails, your Debian cloud server will be automatically switched to other live physical computers. We guarantee 100% Debian Cloud Server uptime!
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