We provide Linux server support in Brighton and the surrounding areas, which includes installation of Linux servers, configuration, troubleshooting services, emergency help, remote assistance, and maintenance for new and existing Linux server infrastructures.
With many years experience in a variety of Linux flavours, we are confident your business can benefit from the performance, security and best practices we can offer.
For file sharing, web services, data storage, DNS, email and more, we provide a robust environment to trust your online services.
Some of the Linux services we support, include:
- Active Directory and Domain management (Samba4)
- Custom VPN configurations (OpenVPN)
- Data Storage (SAN, NAS)
- DNS Servers (Bind9)
- Email Servers (IMAP, Exchange, POP3)
- Ubuntu, Debian, Redhat, SuSE, CentOS
- Web Servers (Various: Apache, Nginx, Lighttpd, Mongrel2, Tomcat)
Typical Linux applications we support, but not limited to:-
- Atlassian Products (JIRA, Bamboo, Confluence, Crowd)
- Applications requiring PHP, Python, Java, Perl
- Large Wordpress installations
- Magento, Shopify, X-cart, Cubecart, CS Cart, and custom eCommerce solutions
- Selenium / Selenium GRID
Additional Linux support services include:-
- Proactive 24x7 Linux (and backup) monitoring
- Instant alerts and notifications when issues arise
- Access to Application Experts to help integrate new Linux servers into your existing infrastructure
To summarise our Linux support services:
- Linux Server Support in Brighton
- Linux Server Consultancy in Brighton
- Linux Server Outsourcing in Brighton
- Linux Server Cloud Hosting in Brighton
- Linux Server Management in Brighton
- Linux Server Remote Support in Brighton
- Linux Server Remote Management in Brighton
We are happy to consult with you to ensure the best possible upgrade path for your existing systems, provide support, or one off installation support and guidance.
Contact us to discuss your server requirements, with no obligation.
Brighton, West Sussex
Brighton, also known by the ancient settlement name of "Brighthelmstone", dates from before the Domesday Book of 1086. Modern Brighton forms part of the Brighton, Worthing, Littlehampton conurbation stretching along the coast. Brighton is a popular destination for conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs, and has had a purpose-built conference centre—the Brighton Centre—since 1977.
Brighton has a high density of businesses involved in the media sector, particularly digital or "new media", and since the 1990s has been referred to as "Silicon Beach".
We have serviced clients in Brighton for many years, and have provided Linux server support to a number of different businesses.