You can use FreeBSD to spin up a full web hosting stack, or simply deploy your favorite web servers like Apache, Nginx, and Caddy. The efficiency of FreeBSD means that it doesn’t tie up your resources and let you use them for your website.
Host a web application
If you need to host your own cross-platform web application, you should consider FreeBSD VPS. This OS has all the packages and dependencies you need to start and maintain your application. Additionally, FreeBSD’s stability, coupled with Cloudzy’s 5-nine uptime, ensures that your applications are always available.
Set up a file server
FreeBSD provides many software and packages that make running a file server very easy. FreeBSD VPS is a practical, affordable way to create the ultimate file server.
Develop cross-platform applications
FreeBSD is actually quite progressive when it comes to developing software and coding. The operating system comes with its own development kit, which includes the innovative Clang compiler for C/C++. Using a FreeBSD VPS to develop your applications means that your code and tools are always with you, safe and secure, and you have a real environment to test them out.
Set up your own VPN
If you’ve ever thought about privacy or information security, then you know about virtual private networks. With FreeBSD VPS, you can create and maintain your own personal VPN, which is much more secure than commercial alternatives since only you and your employees are using it.
FreeBSD has open source code. That is, true open source, a far cry from the obscure kernel code you get from RHEL or Fedora. This, along with its famous inception scripts, makes FreeBSD the perfect choice for anyone trying to learn the ups and downs of the operating system.