What is VPS?
VPS is the acronym for Virtual Private Server. As the name suggests, it is a Virtual Private Server. Using a virtualization solution, the resources of a physical machine are divided into virtual machines(VM) that are independent of each other. Interestingly, each VPS on dedicated servers can host a unique OS ranging from Linux VPS to Windows VPS or any custom OS.
Unlike shared hosting, here you have a pool of dedicated resources. Your experience cannot be marred by the misuse of resources by another user.
What is a VPS used for and who are the end users of VPS?
A VPS finds its use almost everywhere wherever Dedicated Servers can be put to use.
It is particularly sought after because it is scalable. From RAM to CPU Cores and Hard Disk storage everything can be adjusted to match your resource needs.
Another advantage is that it is an economical hosting solution. It is an inexpensive way to take advantage of dedicated resources.
VPS can be used for:
- for your online store
- to manage professional messaging
- Web Hosting
- Web Projects
- Other industries
What is the difference between VPS and cloud servers?
Virtual Private Servers are isolated parts of a dedicated server hosted at a particular Data Center(DC) whereas Cloud servers can(not necessarily) abstract their combined resources and pool them together from various DC.
Theoretically, there is no difference between VPS and cloud servers except for their use cases and end objectives. Your needs should dictate your choices.
If you are looking for a budget solution, it is better to choose a VPS.
If your project requires great flexibility and you want to anticipate its development, you should prefer a Cloud computing solution or Dedicated Servers(Most preferred).
What is the difference between VPS and dedicated servers?
In layman's terms, the relation between VPS and Dedicated servers is that of a Mother-Son Relation. A VPS is an isolated part derived out of a dedicated server through a management software called a hypervisor.
Resources like RAM, Cores, Storage, and Bandwidth to be allocated to a VPS are carved out of a parent dedicated server. Thus a parent dedicated server hosts many VPS on itself and each VPS has its own OS. Generally, VPS hosting is suited to small business websites or large personal sites that need decent resource limits.
A Dedicated Server is a stand-alone, physical server that does not share resources.
Because a VPS shares finite resources with other virtual instances on the parent, overuse of a VPS can lead to less than optimal performance for any resource-intensive applications, which is why dedicated servers often outperform virtual private servers.
Dedicated servers provide greater security, extra customization options, and higher availability and uptime. These allow dedicated servers increased performance for highly trafficked sites. When uptime and performance are critical to your business, dedicated servers are unrivaled in performance and value.
Which VPS plan should I choose?
We have listed our plans with details about the operating system (OS), central processing unit (CPU), random access memory (RAM), disk usage, and Bandwidth to help you make an informed decision.
Your need for resources shall help you narrow down your preference for suitable plans.
If you are new to hosting or want a custom solution, contact us right now! Our team of experts is waiting for 24/7 to assess your needs and make tailored solutions. Get used to a group of experts on your side!
Are these VPS plans managed or unmanaged?
Although we provide basic support for our clients which goes beyond issues related to Boot, Network, Hardware, Login and Re-installation of the OS, the VPS's are unmanaged and the client is responsible for their operations. We remain committed to any hardware-related issues.
What operating systems choices you give in a VPS plans?
You have several options for operating systems.
On our VPS platform, we currently offer the following 64-bit operating systems:
- CentOS 7, 8
- Ubuntu – 16.04, 18.04, 20.04
- Debian 8, 9 and 10
- Fedora 32
- Scientific 7.4
- suse 15.1
- webuzo ubuntu 18.04
- rocky 8.4
- Windows Server – 2012R2, 2016, 2019 and 2022
Can I install my own OS on a VPS?
Yes. You can install your own OS. You need to upload your custom image or contact our team. They will do it for you.
Do you provide additional IPs with your VPS plans?
Yes, we do provide additional IPs with our VPS plans. Charges for additional IPs can be found on the order page.
Additional IPs are chargeable.
Can I host multiple websites on a VPS?
Yes, you can host multiple websites on the same VPS. You will have to take care of the resources, which will therefore be shared between these several sites.
Thus, be sure to allocate the right number of resources to each site so that there is no infighting for resources among each other.
What kind of payment methods do you offer?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, and Google Pay (with an associated credit card).
For additional payment options, including Cryptocurrency, please contact us.
How long will it take to set up a VPS plan?
Our automated VPS provisioning system can deploy new servers very rapidly after your payment has been verified.
If you are using a Linux-based system, you should see the VPS online within 5-10 minutes. For a Windows-based server, you will see the VPS online within 10-30 minutes.
Can I upgrade or downgrade my VPS plans?
Yes, you can absolutely upgrade your VPS hosting! If your business goes through seasons or if you’re about to debut a new product line, our VPS can be upgraded or adjusted to accommodate your traffic.
Being able to scale not only means that you’ll have the power to meet all of your customers’ requests, but you will also be able to scale down so you won’t be paying for resources you don’t use or need!
Our “Upgrade” options enable you to account for sudden bursts of traffic or long-term growth.
I want to know how i can contact you?
We are available 24/7. You can contact us via Live Chat support, Ticket, Skype, or email id.
Feel free to contact us anywhere.