It’s fair to say that a big reason any of us are even running Linux in the first place is due to our belief in FOSS (Free Open Source Software). The widespread availability of- and belief in- shared software is what the Linux community is built on.
But, whereas the sheer flexibility of FOSS is downright brilliant, there are still unavoidable logistical hurdles. If we want to get an app onto our server, whether it’s Apache web server or VirtualBox, we gotta head over to a hosting site that- hopefully- has the app we’re looking for and its latest version. We gotta patch into our server, locally or remotely, extract it and wait for the installation.
What if you have multiple servers that need the same set of apps? What if you don’t have the experience to write a script yourself to get at least some automation into the process? And even if you are savvy enough, you could still find better use of your time than rummaging through sourceforge or softpedia for software and updates.
Well, hey, no big deal actually- because you can just let the ServerSuit team rummage for you. Our software library is personally curated by our team, to ensure intercompatibility, keep the apps up to date with latest versions, and our Linux control panel lets you automatically push all installations and updates remotely. As many apps at a time as you need, to as many servers as you want. You can even customize installation/update packages on a server by server basis!
Hey, it’s all about the free flow of information for us, but we also want to help you save time and effort on that flow. We got a FREE TRIAL, so give us a shot and see how we can make your life easier.