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Experience and Excellence

Our experienced VPS hosting team provides you with the best VPS solutions as well as round-the-clock customer service.

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Global Network

Our worldwide network of 24 data centers, spanning 5 continents, allow our customers to set up their VPS servers exactly where they benefit them the most.

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Our Team

We are proud to boast an international team of over 50 employees who make vps.net great. Available 24x7x365

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SSD Disks: Super Fast

Super fast, highly reliable, local RAID, Solid State Disks operate at up to 100,000 iOPS to ensure that your applications run quickly and data is served to your users at lightning speed.


Frequently asked questions about VPS.NET

What is a VPS server?

A Virtual Private Server, or VPS, is created through the virtualization process. By doing so, a virtual replica of a physical server is created. A VPS is like having access to your own personal server with an allocated number of resources and choice of a pre-installed operating system. It is an isolated microsystem based on a shared server. Since a VPS is self-contained, you have full control of your server setup and are responsible for all updates and security. You can also choose to opt for our managed services.

Why do you need a VPS?

If you know that your website is going to experience a high amount of traffic, a VPS is a much better option than shared hosting packages. VPS is also a great option if you have a number of websites to host and still want the ability to make adjustments behind the scenes.

A VPS works hard when it is needed, with burstable memory that kicks in when site traffic picks up. You also benefit from dedicated bandwidth, CPU, disk space, and RAM. VPSs remove any limitations, allowing you complete flexibility. However, our expert technical support staff is still available should you require it.

What is VPS Hosting?

All of your data will be stored on a RAID10 SAN and your backups will be stored securely away from the primary data store for additional peace of mind. We recommend configuring iptables on all VPSs, as well as keeping patches and other updates current for maximum VPS security.

How do I connect to my VPS?

You can connect to your VPS via SSH and PuTTY or via Remote Desktop.

What’s the difference between VPS and Cloud servers?

The difference between VPS and Cloud servers lies in how the virtual machine is created. A VPS is a partitioned section of a dedicated server where a Cloud server can be created through a collection of small pieces of many dedicated servers. Cloud servers utilize what is called a hypervisor to distribute data over a bank of machines for additional reliability and availability.


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