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Definition of Virtual Private Servers

The expression "Virtual Private Server" applies to a virtualization technology, which permits one physical server machine to be partitioned into a few virtual machines. On a virtual private server, you can operate independently of the others. You can choose an Operating System and, thanks to the full root privileges you are granted, you can install your own software.

VPS Hosting Plans of Your Choosing

With Hepsia.Co, you can choose between KVM & OpenVZ VPS hosting plans. Depending on the preferred server virtualization technology, your virtual server hosting plan will include the SolusVM Admin Panel, which will enable you to reboot your VPS web hosting server at any given time, keep track of the system resource usage and check your traffic statistics. Also, with any of the VPS hosting packages offered by Hepsia.Co, you will get the Hepsia Control Panel for free.

Advanced Administration Services

If you need help handling your virtual private web server, Hepsia.Co offers optional managed services, including weekly backups and Operating System updates, VPS server monitoring, rebooting, custom software activation, script error solving, etc. procedures. All these services are offered at signup, but you can also request them from your VPS Plan Manager tool at a later time.

Also, for the sake of clients having data-laden, dynamic websites, Hepsia.Co provides a high-performance web application accelerator – Varnish Cache, which can be installed in front of any web server that speaks HTTP and configured to cache the content. The web application accelerator will speed up your web site, substantially decrease the server load and guarantee a more steady and reliable web hosting service.

 

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