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Virtual Private Servers (VPS)
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VPS hosting is one of the most popular hosting services you can choose for your website. It uses virtualization technology to provide you with dedicated private resources on a server with multiple users. VPS solutions usually offer more than one hosting plan. For instance, at Hostinger, we have six VPS plans to suit different business needs and let you scale your site seamlessly when you need more resources. A server is a computer on which your web host stores the files and databases needed for your website. Whenever an online visitor wants to access your website, their browser sends a request to your server and it transfers the necessary files through the internet.
Learn VPS Hosting by Definition in This Guide
Virtual Private Server VPS is hosting that virtually mimics dedicated server environments within a shared server. VPS hosting has become a popular choice because it is generally lower in cost than dedicated hosting but provides better reliability, security, and performance than shared hosting. Moreover, users get root access to the server, giving them the freedom to install applications and make environment changes without having to go through the hosting provider, as they would with shared hosting. VPS is often a great option for SaaS providers, game makers, programmers, companies that have outgrown their shared hosting, and any company who needs a secure and affordable backup environment. Other Hosting? What Is Managed vs. Unmanaged VPS Hosting?
Choose your package size, data center location, backup software, operating systems and control panels, bandwidth, and contract parameters including SLAs, contract terms, and billing terms. Leave the hassle to us and focus on delivering products and services to your customers, eliminating time-to-market delays. All virtual private servers are connected to our state of the art network, offering full redundancy on all routers. This network uses multiple Tier1 transit providers in addition to private and public peering.