100% SSD Storage
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|CPU||4 vCPU - Intel Xeon 3.5+ GHz|
|Storage||70 GB SSD|
|CPU||6 vCPU - Intel Xeon 3.5+ GHz|
|Storage||80 GB SSD|
|CPU||8 vCPU - Intel Xeon 3.5+ GHz|
|Storage||90 GB SSD|
The Virtual Server (VPS) is a standalone server that works with other virtual servers on a physical machine. The operation of the virtual server is completely independent of the other VPSs on the same machine. Each VPS may have different parameters, such as HDD, RAM, and operating system.
If we rank shared (shared) hosting, VPS, and a dedicated server, the virtual server takes the best of the other two - the low cost of regular hosting and the power of the leased server.
The virtual server is suitable for anyone who does not want shared (shared) hosting restrictions but does not want or can not afford to hire a physical server. With VPS, you are free to use the resources provided as you find fit. You want a mail server - no problem! Or an IRC server? Or, some online stores? With a virtual server you can have everything at once!
The control panel for a VPS can be both an advantage and a drawback. The advantage is the convenience of easy resource management and virtual server. The deficiency of most control panels is the resources they take and which can be used for other more useful purposes. As an example, we can give you a cPanel that can not work well on VPS with less than 512MB of RAM. Managing a virtual server without a control panel, however, can be a great challenge as it requires Linux knowledge.
Here is a matter of customer preference. We recommend Virtualmin as a control panel to manage your VPS as it is free, reliable, and multifunctional. Of course, you can choose the installation of your VPS and control panel.