An enterprise-level virtualization

A host OS kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) virtualization

What the huge majority of server virtualization approaches include is a ‘middleman’ between the virtual machine and the physical host machine, which handles system resource administration. The fundamental benefit of utilizing a KVM virtual server is that the KVM technology is built straight into the kernel of the physical host machine’s OS, i.e. there is no need for extra software programs – the virtual machine interacts directly with the host. This implies a lot fewer overheads and a lot faster performance.
An enterprise-level virtualization

Total OS control

Absolute freedom to run any Operating System you desire

Amongst the downsides of virtual servers when compared with dedicated servers is the OS itself – you are often tied by the Operating System options offered by your service provider. With a KVM-based VPS, however, you can set up practically any OS that is compatible with your server’s technical specifications and the physical server’s hardware. This is possible because of the very way in which KVM virtualization functions. KVM is incorporated directly into the host OS kernel itself, making it possible for virtual machines to interact directly with the hardware, without needing to use a supplementary communication layer, present in many other virtualization solutions.
Total OS control

An incomparably better system resource usage

System resources for your own personal use exclusively

By eliminating the necessity for a supplementary virtualization layer through which the whole communication with the mother server is routed, KVM Virtual Private Servers can take advantage of a dramatically improved system resource utilization. With KVM, the virtualization instructions are loaded directly into the kernel of the host OS, which goes to say that all KVM-powered VPSs can communicate directly with the physical machine’s CPU. On the other hand, Virtio disk and network drivers cut out any unneeded emulation on the host. This lessened communication redundancy translates into a noticeably faster real-world performance in comparison to other server virtualization techniques.
An incomparably better system resource usage

SSD–structured VPS Hosting Services

A lot faster VPS’s with SSD space

Having an SSD–operated website hosting server can be a significant advantage as far as site optimization is concerned. A website or an application held on a solid–state drive will open and work much more speedily as opposed to a webpage or an app managed on a common HDD. This is why, all of our Linux KVM VPS hosting packages are designed with SSD drives.

SSD–structured VPS Hosting Services

A Free Dedicated IP

1 dedicated IP address totally free with every single VPS

With each Linux KVM VPS hosting package, you will be given a dedicated IP address at no charge.

A Free Dedicated IP

A 99.9% Network Uptime

We deploy the very best networking hardware

We have been working diligently in alliance with the staff at our data centers so as to create a well–performing and safe inner system. We have collaborated with prime server equipment retailers to provide a genuinely steady system. This is why, we can now effectively guarantee a 99.9% uptime for all Linux KVM VPS hosting packages. This warranty is in force for all Datacenters that we work with.

A 99.9% Network Uptime

Free Of Cost Gifts

A completely free dedicated IP, a domain name reseller account plus much more

Acquire much more value for your investment. With each Linux KVM VPS hosting package, you are going to get a number of gratis add–ons – a dedicated IP address for your web page; a domain name reseller account – should you wish to jump into the web site hosting or domain name reseller market.

Free Of Cost Gifts

No Configuration Expenses for Your VPS

We arrange the web server without charge for everyone

The total price of a Linux KVM VPS hosting package is higher than that of a regular cloud hosting account as a result of the advanced virtualization technology it is based on. That is why we don’t impose on you any startup or system repairs and maintenance extra fees. The final cost of your Linux KVM VPS hosting package is the amount that you find shown on our web page.

No Configuration Expenses for Your VPS

Our Service Warranties

24x7x365 support and no installation service fees

Your Linux KVM VPS hosting package will be put together in approximately 1 hour just after sign–up. We will not charge you any startup fees, so the selling price you find on the web page is the end price for your VPS. We have invested lots of time in making our very own internal networking and can now guarantee a 99.9% network uptime for your VPS. If you ever demand assistance with any of the pre–installed in advance software, you can benefit from our help service twenty–four–seven.

Our Service Warranties

Server Data Backup

We are able to regain your important information in any event

We fully understand how troublesome it is to suffer a loss of the content of your site by accident. This is exactly why we give you a backup service with each Linux KVM VPS hosting package. Our well–trained system administrators will copy all the things on the web hosting sever – from your webpage’s data files and data bases to your web server settings and PHP setups.

Server Data Backup

Complete Root and SSH Access to Your VPS

Command each component of your web hosting server

We allow complete admin accessibility to your Linux KVM VPS hosting package, so that you have total control of your host. You can easily re–install the present OS or re–configure the Apache host. Additionally, you can easily mount any new software pack that you like. In case you need some advice using your web server, you could look at the Installation & Troubleshooting package at any time.

Complete Root and SSH Access to Your VPS

CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu

Find the Linux release that you need

With each individual Linux KVM VPS hosting package, you are able to the Linux distribution you will be working with – CentOS, Debian or Ubuntu.

CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu