Frequently Asked Questions
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VPS Hosting enables its customers to have their own autonomous Virtual Machine with dedicated resources and full root access, without incurring the higher price of a Dedicated Server.
Your VPS will not suffer from the actions of any other users on the server. You can install whichever devices you need with your root access. VPS guarantees you resources such as CPU, RAM, HDD and bandwidth that are allocated to your package.
KVM is a private virtual machine over a physical computer. Assets are totally dedicated to the KVMP and can’t be shared, which provides considerable flexibility and performance.
As a VPS customer, you will be granted with full root access that allows you to install any compatible software supported by your OS. Any software that violates our Acceptable Usage Policy is strictly prohibited.
A VPS hosting server is the most secure option offered for online apps. A single VPS offers many benefits over shared hosting like quicker page loads, minimum downtime, and increased security.
With your Virtual Private Server, you are only given one IP address.
Yes, your data is secured using our high-security servers.
Yes, you can upload resources to your VPS.
The key goal of virtual backups is to let people offload the complexities associated with data storage. This includes things like dealing with backup solutions from an application perspective, buying tape drives and then having to store those tapes in a secure location. The biggest driver for having a disaster recovery plan is lower risk- particularly for small to mid size businesses, mobile users or remote offices. Backup is always available but in terms of reliability or the ability to effectively recover data, many companies are getting by and there’s a lot of worry about massive data loss.
Getting a service level agreement (SLA) from an online provider will ensure that you’ll be satisfied with the quality of their software in the future.
This type of agreement outlines the service’s quality, such as how often maintenance is expected or when it will be taken offline completely.
Backup and restoration rarely work as promised, but you should make sure that providers measure their performance for practical purposes.
If you don’t have time to deal with server updates and system administration, our managed dedicated servers are your best option. If you can maintain the server on your own, an unmanaged dedicated server would be a better fit.