KVM Virtual Private Servers behave like a dedicated server but are, in fact, slices of a larger physical machine. A KVM VPS is virtualized using hardware acceleration built into the processor to provide complete isolation and the best performance possible.
By using our control panel you can quickly accomplish common management tasks such as reinstalling or rebooting your VPS without the need of technical knowledge.
- Multiple Datacenter locations
- Blazing Fast redundant network
- Supercharged servers
- KVM Virtualization technology
- Dedicated RAM, no overselling
- Micrsoft Windows compatible
- 99.9% network uptime
- 15 day money back guarantee
Enhancing our datacenter presence
|KVM 512||1||512 MB||15 GB||1 TB|
|KVM 1G||2||1024 MB||25 GB||1 TB|
|KVM 2G||2||2048 MB||50 GB||2 TB|
|KVM 3G||3||3072 MB||75 GB||3 TB|
|KVM 4G||4||4096 MB||100 GB||5 TB|
|KVM 6G||4||6144 MB||150 GB||6 TB|
|KVM 8G||4||8192 MB||200 GB||7 TB|
|KVM 12G||6||12288 MB||250 GB||8 TB|
VPS Control Panel
Complete Control over all aspects of your VPS
Keep track of your Traffic and Resource usage
Quick reboots and OS re-installations
Monitor sites and services
Get rid of your uptime worries! We watch your website, application or IP address. We reliably test the availability of services such as HTTP(s), ping, ports, keywords and blacklists.
Graphs and Weekly Reports
Knowledge is power, that’s why we provide you the information you need about the uptime and performance of your websites and servers in easy-to-read reports and graphs.
Share your website, network service availability and load times with your teammates and/or website visitors using our brandable public status pages.
E-Mail and SMS Notifications
Be the first to know when your website or server is in trouble! You and any additional contact you setup can receive downtime notifications by e-mail and SMS.
- Analysis of all packets in real time and at high speed
- Filtering of your server’s incoming traffic
- Mitigation. Repair of illegitimate IP packets while allowing legitimate ones to pass through
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Frequently Asked Questions
Virtual Private Server hosting, aka VPS hosting, is a website hosting environment that allows for resources such as RAM and CPU to be dedicated to your account. This is achieved by virtualizing a Dedicated server and splitting the resources amongst the users on that server.
Users of Shared hosting all share the resources on the server their websites are on. There is no guarantee of RAM or CPU with Shared hosting. Shared hosting also does not provide full root access to the server, as opposed to VPS package where users are given full root access to perform commands and make configuration changes to their hosting environment.
Users of Shared hosting all share the resources on the server their websites are on. There is no guarantee of RAM or CPU with Shared hosting.
Shared hosting also does not provide full root access to the server, as opposed to VPS package where users are given full root access to perform commands and make configuration changes to their hosting environment.
KVM Linux VPS is comparable to a dedicated server within another physical dedicated server.
KVM is a hardware virtualization technology. This means the main OS simulates hardware for another OS to run on top of it. It also acts as a hypervisor, managing and fairly distributing the shared resources like disk and network IO and CPU time. The KVM VPS does not have burst resources; all resources are dedicated. This means a VPS’s RAM allocation is 100% owned by the VPS that is to say it does not and cannot loan RAM out and it is very difficult to overcommit. The same is true for disk space.
Because KVM simulates hardware, you can run whatever kernel you like on it (within limits). This means that KVM is not limited to whichever linux kernel is installed in the root node and can run most x86 operating systems like BSD or even Windows. Having a fully independent kernel means the VPS can make kernel modifications or load its own modules, unlike when using OpenVZ virtualization technology.
A standard VPS using OpenVZ virtualization, shares resources with every other client on the host node and is considered a container-based virtualization.
Yes, we do. Every virtual machine comes with a /112 IPv6 subnet, providing you with a whopping 65,536 IPv6 addresses.
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