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Since the news on CentOS’s end of life in 2024 came out, many enterprises and organizations have been looking for a Linux replacement. AlmaLinux is an open-source, enterprise-grade OS that is not also a perfect replacement for CentOS but is also 1:1 binary compatible with RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux). AlmaLinux has many features that make it stand out from the competition. At Cloudzy, we want you to have the best; That’s why we offer AlmaLinux VPS for any user who wants to experience the best enterprise-level Linux OS with a high-performing virtual server. Located at 15+ global spots, Our AlmaLinux VPS is the best solution to use AlmaLinux to the fullest!
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You can easily migrate from CentOS and RHEL to AlmaLinux. The community developed a migration tool called almalinux-deploy that allows you to seamlessly transfer a complete OS, with all the software and configurations, from CentOS to AlmaLinux. The whole process only needs two server reboots and your AlmaLinux is ready with all your previous information.
Like CentOS, AlmaLinux is an RHEL alternative. Since it is 1:1 binary compatible with RHEL, it is compatible with all the packages designed for RHEL. The advantage of using Cloudzy’s AlmaLinux VPS is that we give you root access to your VPS. You can install and customize any software and packages you need on your AlmaLinux hosting solution.
Cloudzy’s AlmaLinux VPS works with an IP address that is entirely dedicated to you. The advantage of having a VPS with a dedicated IP address is that dedicated IP addresses are static. Your IP address will never change, from the moment you start using your VPS till the very end.
If you need a VPS with an intuitive control panel, Cloudzy’s AlmaLinux VPS is the right solution for you. Our servers come with a user-friendly dashboard that allows you to customize and configure your virtual private server.
The server you need should not only perform well but also help you save money. Cloudzy’s AlmaLinux hosting solutions are powerful enough that you won't feel the difference between them and dedicated servers. They will also not break the bank. Our plans start at affordable rates of only $4.95!
One of the most scalable VPS providers out there. You can easily start a small server and scale to however large your needs may be. All of the services are cheaper than average and I have never seen an online service have such a quickly responsive support. Recommended for sure.
No. AlmaLinux is a non-profit, community-developed alternative for CentOS that was developed based on RHEL.
AlmaLinux is an enterprise-grade OS aimed primarily at organizations and companies, although it is not limited to organizations only. Any fan of CentOS can easily use AlmaLinux.
Virtual Private Servers are a hybrid hosting solution offering the best of two worlds - the affordable prices of shared hosting and the performance and security of dedicated servers. AlmaLinux VPS hosting enables you to perform penetration testing, security auditing, and more.
Almost no time at all! Once payment is made and confirmed, your AlmaLinux VPS will be instantly activated. You’ll receive an automatic email containing information on how to connect to your AlmaLinux VPS.
No, all the fees you need to pay are listed in detail, and you will never be asked to pay for any hidden charges later on.
Of course, you can! Cloudzy uses KVM pioneer technology to allocate resources to AlmaLinux VPS servers based on changes in their traffic. That aims to ensure smooth and flexible performance, but users can upgrade or downgrade their plans whenever they want.
No! All our VPS servers come with dedicated and static IPs, so you will be the only user of the IP while using our services. That means full control over your privacy and online activities. Also note that you will not be penalized if your neighbors violate the rules, which happens in the shared servers.