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New operating systems for dedicated servers at EUserv
Debian 10 („Buster“)
As one of the oldest Linux distributions, Debian is very popular, considered very stable, supports a varied architecture and is therefore well suited as a server OS. The current Debian 10 "Buster" release receives five years of developer support, uses nftables to create firewall filtering rules and includes many updated software packages.
Ubuntu 19.04 („Disco Dingo“)
The most widely used Linux distribution Ubuntu is also available for installation at EUserv. Based on the Linux kernel 5.0, Ubuntu Server 19.04 also integrates the latest innovations in open key infrastructure projects such as OpenStack Stein, Kubernetes and Ceph.
With a 6 month release cycle Fedora may be inappropriate as the operating system for long-term use or for business projects, but offers clear advantages for keen to experiment developers. One of the new features the current Fedora 30 release offers is an available collection of roles and modules to automate the configuration of subsystems.
Proxmox VE 6.0
The open source virtualization platform Proxmox VE is also available in the latest Version 6.0 and offers many new features, improvements and bug fixes to Linux enthusiasts in particular for operating virtual machines and containers on an open source basis.
Various Raid-Levels ready to use
These and many other operating systems are available as Minimal as well as RAID1, 5 and 10 installations for all EUserv server series for free. The automatic installation system also enables an efficient and fast deployment of any distribution.
A complete list of all operating systems for dedicated EUserv servers is available here:
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