Server TechnologiesWe select the right hosting technologies in line with the project structure and corporate preferences to ensure optimization and sustainability.
Servers provide various functions, often referred to as "services", such as sharing data or resources among multiple clients or performing calculations for a client. Servers are the lifeblood of any network. They provide shared resources needed by network users such as e-mail, Web services, databases, file storage, etc. The most important feature of a server is that it can provide data flow with a secure, uninterrupted and stable performance.
As the Internative developer team, we analyse your projects and needs in detail, and select and use the most appropriate server technologies.
Windows Server is a group of operating systems that Microsoft released specifically for use on a server. Windows servers are more powerful versions of desktop operating systems and are designed to more efficiently run Windows server, corporate networking, Internet/intranet hosting, databases, enterprise-scale messaging, and similar functions.
Ubuntu is a complete Linux operating system available for free with both community and professional support. It can be used as a server as well as application logs such as internet surfing, office, operations, video production, programming and even some games.
CentOS Linux distribution is a stable, predictable, manageable and reproducible platform derived from the sources Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). By running only the most basic, stable versions of software programs, it reduces the risk of system crashes and can run much faster than comparable Linux-based operating systems.
Docker is an open platform for developing, shipping, and running applications. Enables more efficient use of system resources while allowing to separate applications from their infrastructure to deliver software rapidly.
Kubernetes is an open source platform that automates Linux container operations. It maps out how apps should work and how they should interact with other apps. Due to its flexibility, it can scale services as needed, make continuous updates, switch traffic between different versions of applications to test features.
The biggest advantages of serverless computing are that developers can focus on the business goals of the code they write rather than infrastructure questions, while organizations pay for the computing resources they actually use, rather than purchasing physical hardware or leasing idle cloud servers.
NGINX is a web server designed for maximum performance and stability, used for web serving, reverse proxying, caching, load balancing, media streaming.
IIS is a web server software package designed for Windows Server. It is used to host websites and other content on the Web. It is a flexible general-purpose Microsoft web server running on Windows systems.
Apache is the most commonly used web server on Linux systems. Its task is to exchange files between them, while establishing a connection between a server and the browsers (Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.) of website visitors.
LiteSpeed Web Server is a high performance and scalable web server. LiteSpeed Web server, which is preferred by websites that receive a high level of visits and therefore consume a lot of resources, offers high performance and security opportunities.