Self-Managed VPS Hosting – Get Your Own Server!

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine divided into a dedicated server to take control of the hosting environment, including custom installations and configurations of the fully autonomous virtual server assigned to your site.

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Self Managed VPS 2 vCPU 8 GB RAM



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 OS patching & uptime monitoring

 Multi VPS management through same panel

 24x7x365 Customer Service & Support

 Automated and on demand backup

 Full control (reboot and reinstall)& MySQL

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Questions About VPS

What is VPS?

A private virtual server (VPS) is a virtual partition within a physical server that allocates unique resources to each partition. This grant root access allows you to install the operating system of your taste. It is allowing you to work with a high degree of freedom without any interruptions and using the Virtualization technology to provide you with the private resources on a multi-user server.

How VPS works?

VPS hosting provides you with a virtual server that simulates a physical server; however, in reality, the machine is shared among multiple users.
By using the virtualization technology, your web hosting provider installs a virtual layer on top of the server operating system. The layer divides the server into partitions and allows each user to install their operating system and software.
Therefore, a virtual private server is both virtual and private because you have complete control of your server.

When to use VPS?

VPS hosting is generally seen as the next step after your website grows outside the resource limits of shared hosting. If the most advanced shared web hosting plan is no longer enough to your website smoothly, it’s worth switching to a VPS plan. In such cases, VPS hosting can provide you the best of two words: shared and dedicated hosting.

Pros and cons of VPS hosting

VPS hosting can be an ideal solution for you if it is the service you need. Below, we are giving some pros and cons of having a VPS:

Pros

  • Faster and more reliable.
  • As server resources are guaranteed like processor speed or memory, so there is zero to minimal chance of fluctuations in available resources.
  • You get root access to your server.
  • You get more privacy since your files and databases are blocked for other users of the server.

Cons

  • It is more expensive than shared hosting.
  • More technical knowledge is required to manage your server.
  • Misconfigured servers can lead to security vulnerabilities.
What are the services you provide with VPS?

We are going to provide you with the best services along with the VPS hosting. We are mentioning these below:

  • Options for windows or Linux.
  • Unlimited bandwidth.
  • Plesk for windows.
  • cPanel for Linux.
  • Managed services.
  • Provisioning that’ll rock your world.
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