Fedora is a Red-Hat-sponsored and community-supported open source project. It is intended to be a fast-paced distribution for those that like to stay on the leading edge of technology. It strives to be the best combination of stable and cutting-edge software.
Package management is accomplished via the RPM system or using the YUM utility. Installing and upgrading packages is relatively easy, even for novices. Package updates are released often, as Fedora Core is essentially a testbed for future RedHat Enterprise releases.
Generally any software that will run on a Linux dedicated server will run in an OpenVZ based Fedora VPS environment.
Below are some examples of common software our customers are running in their VPSs:
Every Fedora VPS is provisioned with a static IPv6 address in addition to a static IPv4 address. This allows all IPv6 compatible applications and services running in the VPS to be accessible to clients on native (or tunneled) IPv6 networks.
With IPv4 address space depleting fast, be ahead of the transition to IPv6.Learn More ››
Dahdi (Digium/Asterisk Hardware Device Interface) timing can optionally be enabled for any Fedora VPS. This facilitates supporting certain functionality within the Asterisk PBX software, including conferencing. Several FAQ articles are provided in our Knowledgebase outlining the compilation procedure if building Asterisk from source.
Other PBX software can be installed in a Fedora VPS as well, including:
or software to provide GUI-based configuration, billing, or predictive dialer capabilities to Asterisk: