Virtual Private Servers are an ideal solution when you need to combine the power of a dedicated server with the affordability and simplicity of a cloud web hosting account. A VPS hosting solution allows for a physical server to be split into multiple virtual servers that operate completely independently from each other. This way you get a fully featured server solution, complete with amazing hardware components, at just a fraction of the price of a dedicated server!
Our VPS offering comes in two flavours; KVM and Open VZ
OpenVZ VPS Plans
Complete root access, guaranteed CPU allocations and SSD storage with all OpenVZ Virtual Private Servers. We offer a set of web accelerators to further improve the loading speeds of your websites, built in in our absolutely free web hosting Control Panel. You’re able to choose data center location and also your server’s Operating System. We offer several full server backups every week. 24–7 technical support. Zero installation fees. Read more …
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are cheap when compared with dedicated servers of the same class, offering more raw server power, despite being virtual. A VPS is slightly more expensive than regular web hosting plans, while offering much, much more options..
With a VPS server, the main server is secured against most known DDoS attacks or security exploits, so you can sleep a bit easier when it comes to server security.
As with a Dedicated Server, you get complete root access. You carry out operations typical of stand-alone dedicated server environments such as installing additional modules, software and work directly with the server’s Operating System, etc.
Virtual Private Servers are placed on very powerful physical host machines. The host physical machine is assembled with top-of-the-line hardware components to enable it to power several VPS machines. A VPS will sport extra features missing from a dedicated server in a comparable price range.
Unlike the cloud web hosting account, the VPS server will require you to posses at least some technical knowledge or ability to manage and maintain it.
Slower Resolution Times
From the backend point of view, a support technician can solve a problem with a cloud hosting account much faster than a problem with a VPS server.
A VPS server may be perfect for personal or resource heavy applications, but if you plan to run a huge business portal which will send tons of emails per day and running resource-hungry applications at the same time, you will need a dedicated machine.