VPS stands for Virtual Private Server
A physical server is housed in a data center
A VPS is a portioned part of one of these servers
A VPS can be customized to the liking of the user
A VPS can be scaled up to cater for future growth
A VPS has it's own operating system and disc space
Free Incoming Bandwidth
Create & Deploy Server Images
Includes SSD & RAID Protection
Free SSL Installation on request
Includes CloudFlare DDos Protection
Full root server access
A choice of Control Panels
Easy migration / scalability
Full Management Available
A choice of Operating Systems
Advanced Networking Made Easy
We have our own onsite data center and own all of our own equipment. This ensures that we are able to proactively manage and protect our infrastructure instead of relying on a third party provider.
We have onsite technical engineers 24 hours a day, every day of the year. If a problem occurs, you can rest assured that we have a team of experts available to respond immediately, no matter what day or time it is.
Whenever you contact us, you can be assured that you are talking to a member of our team. By having a dedicated support center, we are able to quickly resolve any issues you may encounter.
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A VPS, or Virtual Private Server, is a virtualized server that mimics the capabilities of a dedicated server within a larger physical server. It provides users with dedicated resources and greater control over their hosting environment while sharing the same hardware with other VPS instances.
A VPS works through virtualization technology, which partitions a physical server into multiple virtual servers. Each VPS operates independently with its own operating system (OS), resources (CPU, RAM, disk space), and network connectivity, allowing users to customize and manage their server environment.
Unlike shared hosting, where multiple websites share the same server resources, VPS provides isolated resources for each user. This means that activities or performance issues of other VPS instances won't impact your server. VPS also offers more customization and control over server settings.
Yes, one of the key benefits of VPS hosting is its scalability. Most providers allow easy resource upgrades, including CPU, RAM, storage, and bandwidth, ensuring your server can adapt to your evolving requirements.
Website migration involves moving your site's files, databases, and configurations from your current hosting to the VPS. Most hosting providers offer migration assistance, or you can follow guides provided by the host to ensure a smooth transition.