Greatresponder.com – 2011-07-04 – NetHosting web hosting company, a well known provider of cloud hosting, unmanaged and managed dedicated web servers, VPS server, and shared web hosting services since 1994 year, has recently announced that its lineup of premier hosting products will fully support the newest edition of the well known CentOS operating system, CentOS 6, which is scheduled to make its official launch on the 4 of July 2011.
CentOS is Fedora Linux based distribution that is very popular over different hosting companies as primary operation system. CentOS operationl system has a great community of developers, system and network administrators, and other Linux enthusiasts worldwide. And that’s one of the primary reason why CentOS is so reliable and advanced operation system today.
According to preliminary information from private sources, the new CentOS 6 operating system will have better performance with file system, better multi core cpu support and advanced support of different virtualization technologies. Also CentOS 6 will have improved kernel security protection.
CentOS has numerous advantages over similar projects including: an active and growing user community, quickly rebuilt, tested, and QA’ed errata packages, an extensive mirror network, developers who are contactable and very responsive, multiple free support avenues including IRC Chat, Mailing Lists, Community Forums, a dynamic FAQ. Commercial support is also available via a number of different vendors.
“Because CentOS Linux is an open source system, the 4-th of July, as a celebration of liberty, seems to be an appropriate release date for CentOS version 6,” joked Mr. Lane Livingston, NetHosting’s CEO ans President. “We are glad to provide an operating system that is made freely available to the public through a devoted network of knowledgeable professionals. We understand that kind of dedication here at NetHosting web hosting company.”
NetHosting web hosting company is the first provider that announced full support for CentOS 6 operational system.