With a VPS (Virtual Private Server) you get complete freedom to do what you want, just as you had a physical server. You may install any component or software you want. You can have multiple Web sites with domain names on the account. You can even upload your own web hosting service to the server! Are you a developer or designer and want to host several websites yourself? A virtual private server or dedicated server is a cost-effective way to handle multiple sites.
A Virtual Server works in the same way as one dedicated server but is shared by several customers. Every customer has reserved resources on the server, which guarantees that the ordered performance is always available. A customer can not affect one another and each customer feel that the account on the virtual server is a separate, dedicated server. Performance-wise is a dedicated server more powerful than a virtual server but also a virtual server has high performance. Security is equivalent to a virtual server with a dedicated.
Own virtual server, share hardware cost with others. Growing in your pace when the need is increasing. Managed by you or by us.
Own server managed by us or by you, you get all the computing power for your own applications.
Outsourced hosting enviroments
Running your own environment can be time consuming and it is easy to become distracted from the day to day running of your core business.
Whether you have an existing environment, looking to migrate to ours or have a new hosting requirement we can take care of all the day-to-day management tasks in order to ensure your environment runs at its optimum level.
Day to day tasks can include the following:
- Managing backups and monitoring
- Microsoft Security Patch Management
- Anti-virus monitoring
- Server health monitoring – Disk space, hardware failures etc.
- Server performance monitoring – ram, cpu usage monitoring
- Capacity planning for future growth
High Performance Bandwidth supported by world-class customer support ranging from 1.5 Mbps to 10,000 Mbps.
Why not find out more about our hosting environment?