MiServer is a virtual server environment managed by ITS. Choose either the core service, where you are the system administrator and install all software, or select a managed operating system (OS) at no additional cost, which allows you to focus on managing applications instead of the OS. With the core service, you can request and manage a wide range of operating systems. With a managed OS, your operating system is monitored, patched, and backed-up by ITS.

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