Virtual Private Server

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Need a little boost? You can add additional RAM, CPUs, Storage Space or Dedicated IPs, as you’re checking out.

The benefits of VPS plans:

Improved performance
Easy Control Panel
Advanced Functionality
Full Root Access
Instant Setup
Higher reliability

Choose Your VPS Management Level

Unmanaged VPS

Self-Configure Your Custom Server

Managed VPS

100% Worry-Free, Server Management

Advanced VPS Hosting Features

Intrinsicly actualize out-of-the-box niche markets for backward-compatible VPS services.

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Powerful VPS Hosting

DDos Protection

Active network monitoring and IP blocking by Neustar

Easy Upgrade

Scale your resources per your growing needs

SSD Storage

Solid State Devices for maximum uptime and performance

Quick Provisioning

Lightning-fast virtual server setup and delivery

Guaranteed Resources

Dedicated resources that belong only to you

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to the most commonly asked VPS Hosting questions.
A VPS is a Virtual Private Server. It is a private server which is exclusively yours to use, and can be installed with any operating system of your choice. A VPS service provides you with a carved out amount of resources that are dedicated to you (and not shared with anyone else). A VPS gives you more resources and flexibility compared to shared hosting.
When you opt for VPS Hosting you do not share the resources, like CPU power, disk space and RAM, with other websites. This automatically means your website speed is faster and better as compared to those using Shared servers.
The primary difference between a VPS and a Shared Hosting plan is that a VPS has resources that are allocated specifically for your account. While a Shared account shares all the server resources with other users.
  1. Look for a dependable provider.
  2. Customize your VPS infrastructure.
  3. Automate Billing.
  4. Supervise your VPS infrastructure.
  5. Handle abuse and spam.
  1. When your website exceeds the architectural and resource limits of your shared or reseller hosting.
  2. When you need to install custom modules or applications that aren’t supported by your shared host.
  3. When you require root access to the server.
A VPS is a virtual machine created from a physical server. A dedicated server is a physical machine without a virtualisation layer. The advantage of a VPS is that the virtual resources can easily be scaled to suit your project’s needs — and this is beneficial in terms of both cost and flexibility.

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