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How Does VPS Hosting Operate?

The phrase "Virtual Private Server" applies to a server virtualization technology, which allows a single physical machine to be partitioned into a few virtual ones. On a virtual private server, you can work autonomously from the others. You can pick an OS and, thanks to the full root privileges you gain, you can install your own software configurations.

VPS Hosting Packages of Your Choice

With HostingMy.net, you can select between OpenVZ and KVM VPS hosting packages. Based on the preferred server virtualization technology, your VPS hosting package will come with the SolusVM Admin Panel, which will enable you to reboot your virtual hosting server at any time, keep track of the resource consumption and monitor your bandwidth stats. Besides, with any of the VPS hosting packages offered by HostingMy.net, you will obtain the Hepsia hosting Control Panel for free.

Advanced Administration Services

VPS OVZ10
5 CPU Cores
11 GB RAM
330 GB Storage
$155.00 / month
VPS OVZ09
5 CPU Cores
10 GB RAM
270 GB Storage
$125.00 / month
 

If you need support handling your private virtual web hosting server, HostingMy.net offers optional managed services, including weekly data backups and OS updates, Virtual Private Server monitoring, restarting, custom software installation, script error solving, etc. procedures. All these upgrades are offered , but you can also request them from your VPS Plan Manager at a later time.

Furthermore, for the sake of customers having data-heavy, dynamic sites, HostingMy.net provides a high-performance web application accelerator – Varnish Cache, which can be installed in front of any server that supports the HTTP protocol and configured to cache the content. Varnish Cache will increase the loading speed of your website, greatly decrease the server load and ensure a more steady and reliable web hosting service.