Question: What Web Server Does GoDaddy Use?

The account types are: Linux Hosting with cPanel: Linux OS (operating system) on the server, with cPanel access through the account Dashboard.

You install apps like WordPress yourself, using cPanel.

Managed WordPress Websites: We’ll install WordPress for you, with access to WordPress through the account Overview.

Where are GoDaddy servers?

GoDaddy’s 37,000 servers live in a total of nine facilities around the world. The company owns one of its data centers and leases the rest from wholesale providers. Its own data center is in Phoenix, Arizona, and it has two leased sites in the state of Scottsdale, which is also home to its headquarters, and Mesa.

Is GoDaddy an Apache?

If you’re using GoDaddy’s Linux hosting, you will be on Apache. It is already installed, you don’t need to install or activate it. Just put your web site on the server, and Apache will serve it up to the internet.

What is GoDaddy used for?

GoDaddy is both a domain registrar AND a website hosting company — and we have the tools to help you build your website. This means you can register your domain name, build a website for it, and get it on the web – all in one place.

How do I buy a web server?

The process is the same regardless of which plan you choose.

  • Step 1: Choose a new (free) domain, or use an existing domain.
  • Step 2: Enter your account details.
  • Step 3: Select the right package.
  • Step 4: Complete your hosting purchase.
  • Step 5: Select a password.
  • Step 6: Log into your web hosting cPanel.