WHAT IS VPS HOSTING ?

Virtual Private Server Hosting is an innovative approach to partitioning physical servers into several virtual machines. It is the future of modern hosting as it provides the power and functionality of a high-end dedicated server but at a much lower price. By purchasing a VPS you get a 100% individual machine with root access and your own dedicated CPU, RAM and SSD storage. Our Virtual Private Servers are powered by XEN and its XEN Hypervisor technology – a thin software layer inserted between the server’s hardware and the operating system. Each Virtual Server can run under its own operating system (Debian, CentOS or your custom Linux distribution) or have custom configurations of its own.

What can VPS offer if you’re already using another hosting package? Compared to shared hosting a VPS might seem a little harder to manage but we are providing an Easy VPS Control Panel (similar to the Shared Hosting Control Panel), so you can easily manage your VPS. This is the best experience an unmanaged Linux VPS Hosting service could offer.

Why VPS Hosting ?

VPS Hosting or virtual private server hosting technology is used to get multiple virtual servers from a single physical server. The method is by partitioning a physical server into multiple Virtual Private Servers (VPS). Each one VPS has resources and OS that is independent from the other virtual servers on the physical machine. Thus the overall performance of one VPS never implicates with another VPS on the same physical machine. VPS comes with a free Server Control Panel where you can manage most of your VPS details: view VPS info, Reboot, Manage Rescue OS, Bandwidth Usage, Server Graphic Stats and more. Additionally you get a functional Webmin Control Panel for easy web based Unix system administration.

First and very important advantage is the Security – VPS has low risk of unauthorized access from hackers or other customers, because each VPS is indeed isolated virtual machine from all other VPS machines. This makes VPS Hosting highly secured compared to shared hosting.