Xen VPS Cloud Hosting

Aptly named, a virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine. It’s offered as a service, not a tangible good, by many hosting services companies. It might be virtual, but it’s capable of operating a unique copy of an operating system (OS). As a customer who depends on a VPS, “superuser access” is granted so you can choose to install or upgrade “virtually” any software that’s compatible with the OS.

Is Virtualization for You?

You’ll still be sharing some resources with a VPS, but with much better security. However, this also depends on the virtualization that’s used. For example, individual VPS is more isolated and can operate on an independent OS, which is re-bootable from just about anywhere. A recent popular approach is to partition single servers so they act like multi-servers operating on microcomputers. In this instance, a physical server operates a hypervisor to release, create and manage resources of the “guest” OS. The guest OS, or virtual machines, get part of the resources from the physical server earmarked just for them.

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VPS is a common option for web hosting providers to offer. Since there are many hurdles with proprietary software licensing, it can be challenging to get quality VPS options on the market. There are a variety of VPS options available, from “self-managed” to cloud servers. Take note that cloud servers can manage extra hardware.

For most intents and purposes, a VPS is very similar to a physical dedicated server. You don’t share your VPS with anyone else, it offers better and faster services than shared hosting, and you enjoy added security since there aren’t any other hands in the pot besides you and your VPS manager.

VPS-1

49,95$

Memory: 1GB

Storage: 20 GB

Bandwidht: 1 TB

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VPS-2

59,95$

Memory: 2GB

Storage: 50 GB

Bandwidht: 1 TB

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VPS-3

109,95$

Memory: 4GB

Storage: 250 GB

Bandwidht: 4 TB

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VPS-4

169,95$

Memory: 6GB

Storage: 400 GB

Bandwidht: 5 TB

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What It Takes On Choosing a High Standard Datacenter

Planning and running a dedicated server data center is not all about leasing a room and filling it with a bunch of interconnected hardware, which is further connected to a bunch of networks. Every aspect of a high standard data center – from location and convenience to power and redundancy – is constructed to guarantee its resiliency, efficiency and security. We try to keep uniformity amongst our Europe and USA datacenters and provide our technicians with the best possible training to brainstorm solutions and resolve tricky networking issues in a matter of minutes. Any problem, which our automated management system is unable to resolve, gets passed on to our Support, who is trained for the most un-anticipatable situations.