VPS Terms

Apache – The most widely used for websites in the world.
CentOS – A Linux distribution that is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and aims to provide an operating system that is suitable for large businesses.
Cloud  – A virtual private server that is hosted on a cloud infrastructure that has redundancy built in to reduce the impact of any hardware failures.
Debian – One of the Linux distributions that has been around the longest and is the most widely used.
DNS – This system, which functions similarly to a phone book in that links names to IP addresses, is known as the Domain Name System (DNS).
DNS Server – a server that is responsible for handling requests for information regarding domain names.
Email Server – Server software that is designed to manage and serve clients’ email is called email client software.
FTP Server – A File Transfer Protocol server is a type of server that is typically employed for the purpose of transferring files to a remote server, such as when web sites are being created.
HTML – Markup language for creating web pages, also known as HyperText Markup Language (HTML).
HTTP – HTTP stands for “HyperText Transfer Protocol,” which is the protocol that allows web pages to be sent from a server to a browser.
HTTPS – Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) is similar to standard HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), but it adds encryption and authentication through the use of certificates.
IP Address – IP address, or Internet Protocol address, is a unique identifier for each computer on a network.
Joomla! – One of the most popular CMS platforms available, this software streamlines the process of developing websites. One of WordPress’s most formidable rivals.
Linux – The core software component, sometimes known as the “original system,” of the majority of host computers’ operating systems.
Linux Distribution – An operating system created by combining Linux with a variety of other software packages.
Magento – Setting up your own shop is made simple by one of the major online store software systems.
Nginx – A modern web server program intended to outperform Apache in a variety of conditions. Following Apache, it is the most popular alternative web server.
Perl – Perl, like , is used to create a large portion of a Linux distribution. Prior to PHP’s popularity, many websites in the 1990s used Perl as their back-end language.
PHP – Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP), a computer language, is the software that runs a large number of websites worldwide. Websites like Facebook and Tumblr as well as programs like WordPress and Joomla use it.
Python – a well-known programming language founded on the principle of creating clear and understandable code. Python is now widely used in the software components of Linux distributions. Reddit, Youtube, and Dropbox are just a few of the websites and services that utilize it.
Redundancy – a word used to describe redundant hardware that is not necessary for systems to function but is present in case the primary system develops a problem. For instance, redundancy in the cloud refers to a number of hardware servers that are idle and waiting to take over a hardware server’s workload in the event of a failure.
SSD VPS – A VPS with fast Solid State Drives is ideal for use when storage loading times are crucial.
SSL Certificate – A virtual private server running on hardware with solid-state drives, which is ideal when storage loading rates are crucial.
Ubuntu – A Linux distribution that has shown a lot of success and was developed relatively recently. It is based on the Debian distribution.
VPS – A Virtual Private Server, or VPS, is a type of virtual server that operates in conjunction with other VPSs on the same physical server but maintains its own privacy and independence from those other VPSs.
Web Server – Website server software is what delivers websites to users’ computers when they request them.
WordPress – The internet’s most widely used content management system for websites. Originally developed for use as a blogging platform, but its functionality has since been significantly expanded by the addition of a large number of third-party plugins, allowing it to now serve as everything from company product websites to full-fledged internet


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