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Standard packages are perfect for the average VPS. They have plenty of power and are well balanced. When you are looking for more CPU power or more Memory you can look at our CPU Optimized and Memory Optimized plans.
|1 GB||1 Core||10 GB||500 GB||$ 2,99||Start VPS trial|
|1 GB||1 Core||25 GB||1 TB||$ 4,99||Start VPS trial|
|2 GB||2 Cores||50 GB||2 TB||$ 9,99||Start VPS trial|
|3 GB||2 Cores||75 GB||3 TB||$ 14,99||Start VPS trial|
|Popular 4 GB||3 Cores||100 GB||4 TB||$ 19,99||Start VPS trial|
|6 GB||4 Cores||150 GB||5 TB||$ 29,99||Start VPS|
|8 GB||6 Cores||200 GB||6 TB||$ 39,99||Start VPS|
|16 GB||8 Cores||400 GB||7 TB||$ 79,99||Start VPS|
|24 GB||10 Cores||600 GB||8 TB||$ 139,99||Start VPS|
|32 GB||12 Cores||800 GB||9 TB||$ 179,99||Start VPS|
|64 GB||20 Cores||1600 GB||10 TB||$ 319,99||Start VPS|
|96 GB||24 Cores||2400 GB||11 TB||$ 499,99||Start VPS|
|192 GB||32 Cores||4800 GB||12 TB||$ 899,99||Start VPS|
CPU Optimized packages are perfect for servers that need that little extra CPU power. These plans provide more CPU capacity and more stability when using more CPU power.
|1 GB||1 Core||25 GB||1 TB||$ 69,99||Start VPS trial|
|2 GB||2 Cores||50 GB||2 TB||$ 139,99||Start VPS trial|
|3 GB||2 Cores||75 GB||3 TB||$ 159,99||Start VPS trial|
|Popular 4 GB||3 Cores||100 GB||4 TB||$ 219,99||Start VPS|
|6 GB||4 Cores||150 GB||5 TB||$ 279,99||Start VPS|
|8 GB||6 Cores||200 GB||6 TB||$ 419,99||Start VPS|
|16 GB||8 Cores||400 GB||7 TB||$ 559,99||Start VPS|
|24 GB||10 Cores||600 GB||8 TB||$ 699,99||Start VPS|
|32 GB||12 Cores||800 GB||9 TB||$ 839,99||Start VPS|
|64 GB||20 Cores||1600 GB||10 TB||$ 1399,99||Start VPS|
|96 GB||24 Cores||2400 GB||11 TB||$ 1679,99||Start VPS|
|192 GB||32 Cores||4800 GB||12 TB||$ 2239,99||Start VPS|
Memory Optimized are perfect for applications that use more memory. These packages provide a healthy dose of memory, which you can utilize without paying for resoures you don't need.
|2 GB||1 Core||25 GB||1 TB||$ 7,49||Start VPS trial|
|4 GB||2 Cores||50 GB||2 TB||$ 14,99||Start VPS trial|
|Popular 6 GB||2 Cores||75 GB||3 TB||$ 22,49||Start VPS trial|
|8 GB||3 Cores||100 GB||4 TB||$ 29,99||Start VPS|
|12 GB||4 Cores||150 GB||5 TB||$ 44,99||Start VPS|
|16 GB||6 Cores||200 GB||6 TB||$ 69,99||Start VPS|
|32 GB||8 Cores||400 GB||7 TB||$ 119,99||Start VPS|
|48 GB||10 Cores||600 GB||8 TB||$ 199,99||Start VPS|
|64 GB||12 Cores||800 GB||9 TB||$ 259,99||Start VPS|
|128 GB||20 Cores||1600 GB||10 TB||$ 479,99||Start VPS|
|192 GB||24 Cores||2400 GB||11 TB||$ 739,99||Start VPS|
|384 GB||32 Cores||4800 GB||12 TB||$ 1379,99||Start VPS|
When choosing the right web hosting for your latest project, it can be difficult to understand which options are right for you. With so many terms and acronyms leaping out at you, it’s not unusual to find things a little overwhelming.
One such phrase that you’ll hear a lot is VPS hosting. Thankfully, we like to keep things simple, which is why we’ll always provide you with no-nonsense guides to one of the most popular web hosting options available. A Virtual Private Server could be the boost your website needs, and here’s why:
A server is essentially an incredibly powerful computer which stores each of the files and data used in the development of your website. When a user types your domain name into their browser, of clicks on your site via a search engine result, the server delivers your website to the screen of the user.
Some servers host several websites at once. The downside of this is that if one of the other sites stored on your server is experiencing a lot of traffic, this can affect the user experience for your own site visitors. Loading times increase, and so too do bounce rates (the number of users exiting your site before it has a chance to fully load).
A VPS makes use of technology to virtually split one of these powerful computers into several individual servers. Put simply, a single piece of hardware is compartmentalised so that it can function as many different servers at once. The beauty of a VPS is that the word “private” means that your virtual server is reserved for only you. This means that you won’t have to share data, RAM or processing power with other users.
This is made possible by simulating a dedicated server, despite still sharing the actual physical server hardware with several other users. We achieve this by installing a virtual layer on top of your server’s operating system. This virtualisation technology allows us to segment a physical server into several individual compartments. Each user is then free to install their own operating system and software on their individual private server space.
Because a VPS completely separates your files from other users on an operating system level, this means you will truly have your own private server. Your site will be stored securely with resources guaranteed to be available for it. Memory, CPU cores and disk space will all be allocated to you, without having to share them with anybody else.
Our Virtual Private Servers are built using the very latest in technology to provide you with increased flexibility, control and power for each of your websites. We’re proud to offer domain name registration, 24/7 support and a money-back guarantee if you’re for any reason unhappy with our service. In addition to all this, we’ll even offer:
SSL encryption is a necessity for eCommerce sites. It helps to protect the personal information of your users, thereby providing an important additional layer of security.
Because we only use high-performance components in our Virtual Private Servers, your websites will consistently perform at optimum levels. Our KVM hypervisor implementation means that your resources will always be available.
Our truly flexible approach to VPS hosting means you can add additional storage or processing power as and when you need to. Our server expansions are priced competitively, and they can be enabled without requiring the assistance of an admin. Whether you require additional storage, CPU or RAM during busy periods, you can expect a fast response and minimal fuss.
With our service, your site can be up and running in a matter of seconds. While some VPS hosting solutions can take days to activate, ours has been specifically designed for immediate provisioning. This means you can use your VPS shortly after you purchase hosting.
By utilising open-source technology like KVM and OpenStack, our VPS solution is as easy to use as it is powerful. First-class software combines with premium hardware to allow you to unlock truly breath-taking speeds.
Each of our VPS configurations includes an improved cPanel interface, alongside special VPS management tools.Start your RDP Server now
To truly understand the power of VPS, it is important to familiarise yourself with some of the basics of web hosting, including other common hosting options. Here’s a brief rundown of the differences between dedicated hosting, shared hosting and VPS hosting:
Dedicated hosting involves having your own personal server. Instead of sharing the server costs (and resources) with other site owners, your business will have a dedicated server reserved just for your web content. While this sounds incredibly appealing, it’s also incredibly expensive.
On the flipside, you’ll get 100% control over all resources and the software can be customised to meet your individual requirements. Dedicated hosting is only really required if your site has particularly robust technical demands. For example, dedicated hosting could be ideal if:
• Your site receives huge amounts of traffic every day.
• You are handling/processing thousands of financial transactions every day.
• You require your own operating system on your server.
• Your site requires customised software.
For small projects and personal websites, shared hosting is the most common choice. A shared hosting plan means that your site will share key resources such as RAM, CPU and hard disk space with other website owners who also use the same server.
If it helps, you might want to think of a shared server as a house share. Each of the individual bedrooms is rented out to different people. Each tenant needs an individual space to live but purchasing a dedicated home would be too costly. Instead, everybody shares common utilities and living areas to keep the costs down. The same goes for shared hosting.
Obviously, there are downsides to shared hosting. For example, if another user on your shared server space experiences a large, unexpected surge in traffic, this could affect the performance of your website. This is far from ideal during peak times, particularly for eCommerce sites, as you could end up losing customers to competitors if your loading times become too frustrating to bear.
Between dedicated and shared hosting sits VPS. When you opt for a Virtual Private Server, it means other websites will be hosted on the same server as yours – but you’ll each be allocated your own resources including storage, RAM, bandwidth and operating systems. With VPS hosting you can enjoy the benefits of a dedicated server at an affordable price. It’s the best of both worlds, allowing you to have complete control over your user experience for less.
The best way to tell whether your site could benefit from an upgrade to VPS is to consider the purpose of your website and whether there are any improvements you need to make. Here are some tell-tale signs that it’s time to switch to a VPS solution:
If you require enhanced security capabilities, advanced monitoring features, greater backup space and improved site reliability, perhaps it’s time to consider VPS. If you take online payments in any form, VPS should definitely be a consideration by now. When you switch to VPS, you can rely on first-class security features to protect you and your users.
If you’ve only just launched your website, it’s possible that you won’t be receiving much traffic straight away. However, as your audience continues to grow, you’ll want to give some thought to upgrading. Don’t run the risk of your server crashing because it can’t handle high traffic volumes – if you anticipate an increase in visitor numbers, it’s time to switch to VPS.
Shared hosting is only designed for websites which use small amounts of RAM. As your site grows, you’ll notice an increase in loading times. When this begins to happen, it’s an indicator that your limits are being maxed out. With VPS, you can scale your site without worrying about loading times.
Shared hosting is not ideal for online stores, and you should upgrade to VPS instead. With VPS, you’ll have a dedicated and secure virtual server which is designed to pass any compliance tests.
If part of your job involves building websites for clients, you can use a VPS to host an unlimited number of domains, while also being able to ensure each site has enough resources to function correctly.
If you want to improve bandwidth, RAM, CPU power and security, but you’re unsure of whether you can afford a dedicated server, VPS hosting is the right solution. You’ll get all of the aforementioned benefits without having to pay the high amounts associated with private server costs.
If you’re regularly encountering internal server errors, “service unavailable” errors or any 50X error, it’s likely that your visitors will be encountering these too. While you might be able to troubleshoot some downtime issues, you simply don’t have the room for these sorts of server errors if you’re running an online eCommerce business. You can avoid this problem by upgrading to VPS hosting instead.
If you build sites with WordPress or other Content Management Systems, shared hosting might work well for you. However, if your business is at a point where you require custom software or server configurations, you’ll need a hosting option that provides you with greater control. This means you’re going to need a VPS hosting account.
If you’ve decided that VPS hosting is the best option for your site, now it’s time to think about your options. We’re here to offer flexibility, ensuring you strike the perfect balance between affordability and features available to you. Here’s what you’ll need to consider: