GreatResponder.com on April 30, 2012: Web Hosting Webzilla considered as one of the fastest growing web hosting company with a 1000 Gbps backbone connection to multiple major Tier 1 providers. And to convince Webzilla clients the company offers Linux to Client Services to fill full their customer needs. Webzilla has been providing administration services for a long time already, but has been dealing mostly with FreeBSD OS. Now, Webzilla has begun to offer Linux server administration services. Linux has many useful features like reliable and runs on existing machines, which is also free and requires no costly add-ons, beside the supported operating system of all time. because tens of thousands of enthusiastic Linux users and programmers offer free support, in other words clients received the needed support from people who are not paid to help you. Another service is that Linux does not need Registry and much much more. So offering Linux is great advantage for Webzilla customers.
Webzilla is founded in 2005, the company has data centers in the USA and Europe. Webzilla serves some of the internet’s most demanding ventures, game developing companies and payment platforms. Webzilla specializes in fully managed dedicated hosting and co-location services. As one of the largest hosting providers in the world, Webzilla serves a number of business enterprise sector representatives. Last year, Webzilla observed a growing interest from large clients in server administration services. Linux operating system is a reputable example of such a service, that the team at Webzilla believes would fit perfectly with their client’s needs. Linux server administration will now be included as one of the standard offers that come with the Webzilla service.
“Linux is more suitable for the enterprise sector. There is an increasing number of our major clients requiring managed severs, so we have added Linux administration services to the list of the standard services our webhosting offers,” commented the Webzilla chief technology officer, Konstantin Bezruchenko. Thus, Webzilla remains committed to meeting all customer needs and expand its services in accordance with their requests.
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