Server operating systems
The server operating system is the interface between application software and physical hardware resources. The operating system includes various programs so that the interaction with the individual hardware components can be managed. The Operating System consists of three basic modules: The kernel (system core), which mainly manages memory and processes; the command translator, which allows the user to communicate with the operating system via command translators; and the file system, which orders and stores the file structures in the system. Among the server operating systems, Windows from Microsoft, macOS Mojave from Apple and operating system developments from Linux such as Ubunti, Debuan or opoen SUSE are particularly well-known. Different systems are suitable depending on the application. You can find a suitable operating system for your server from us of the brands Microsoft, Dell, Fujitsu, HP and Lenovo.