A virtual private server (or VPS) is created through a process of
virtualization, by which a virtual replica of a physical server is created.
A VPS is like having access to your own personal server, one with your own
allocated number of resources and a pre-installed operating system of your
choice. It is an isolated microsystem based on a shared server. Because it
is self contained, you have full control of your server setup, and are
responsible both for updates and security. You can also choose to opt for
our managed service.
If you know your site is going to enjoy a high amount of traffic, a VPS
is a safer option over shared hosting options. They’re also a great
option if you have a number of websites to host and want to enjoy the
ability to tweak their setup behind the scenes just the way you like it.
A Linux VPS server Hosting works hard when it is needed, with
burstable memory that kicks in when site traffic picks up. As well as
this, you can reap the benefits of dedicated bandwidth, CPU, disk space
and RAM. Linux VPS servers remove any limitations, allowing you
complete flexibility but we do still offer some support, should you need
What is VPS Hosting?
Linux VPS Server Hosting (Virtual Private Server Hosting)
is a halfway house between shared hosting and a dedicated server.
The VPS Server itself is created on a shared server, yet it
is self contained with its own configuration. VPS Hosting
gives you more flexibility, and you will have access to more
resources than with shared hosting, making it ideal for a growing
business or platform.
How to secure my VPS Server?
All data is stored on a RAID10 SAN, and if you have backups enabled
for your system these will be stored away from the primary data
store, adding extra peace of mind. We recommend configuring iptables
on all vps servers, as well as keeping up to date with
patches to keep your systems secure.
How to connect to Linux VPS Servers?
You can connect to your Linux VPS Server either through SSH
and PuTTY, etc..