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Cloud Virtual Private Servers Features




 VPS hosting is a cost effective alternate option to dedicated server hosting.

  • You can choose from linux operating such as Centos VPS, Ubuntu VPS, FreeBSD VPS, Debian VPS or WindowsVPS operating systems.
  • You can also add cPanel or Direct Admin to Centos VPS.
  • Two locations to choose from Secaucus, NJ or Los Angeles, California.

 

 

debain  centos ubuntu archlinux

windows  Cern Linux Funtoo gentoo linux

openwall altlinux Suse Scientific

Fedora Open Suse Slackware

 

 

All packages are Instant setup VPS, once your payment is approved the setup complete within 15 minutes.
Choice of OS
High Performance Storage
RAID 1 Servers
Deploy in 15 Minute
DNS manager
Easy Control Panel
Lots of Templates
1 Public IP Address
Lots of Templates
Redundant Storage
VPS Control Panel
99.9% Uptime Gurantee
Rebootless Updates
Cloud Backups and Snapshots
Server Monitoring
24/7 Support
Reinstall / reboot /
Instant Root Access
Reinstall / reboot /
Ipv6 Addresses
Choice of OS
Choice of OS
CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian or Windows 2008
RAID 1 Servers
Raid10 protected servers
Servers protected against disk failure
DNS manager
DNS manager
Increase your websites dependability with our DNS manager
Lots of Templates
Lots of Templates
Windows, centos, freebsd, ubuntu, etc.
VPS Control Panel
VPS Control Panel
Easily manage your VPS
Rebootless Updates
Rebootless Updates
Kernel security updates on the main nodes without downtime
Server Monitoring
Server Monitoring
Server monitoring made simple and affordable
Reinstall / reboot /
 
Reinstall / reboot / on demand vm creation etc
enterprise class performance at lower cost
 
 
  • Instant Setup
  • Monthly Pricing - cancel anytime
  • Never overloaded - Fast IO
  • Gigabit Network
  • OpenVz or KVM (more info)
  • Cluster DNS
  • Multiple operating systems
  • Full Control - root or admin

 

 

 

cPanel VPS


VPS Platforms Explained

What is Xen, KVM, OpenVz, vmware, and cloud VPS?!

Introduction
If you are in the market for a VPS hosting you may have a hard time choosing between the many different platforms and options out there. Even at Interserver we offer three different options OpenVZ, KVM and Cloud VPS hosting. Each with a different price point and unique advantages / disadvantages. The information below will give a brief description of each so you can decide for yourself.

OpenVZ OpenVz is is a linux based virtualization platform based on the Linux Kernel. OpenVZ allows a physical server to run multiple isolated operating system instances known as containers. OpenVz can only run linux based operating systems such as Centos, Fedora, Gentoo, and Debian. One disadvantage of OpenVZ users are not able to make any kernel modifications. All virtual servers have to get along with the kernel version the host runs on. However because it doesnt have the overhead of a true hypervisor it is very fast and efficient over Kvm, Xen, KVM, VMware and Cloud.

KVM, Xen, VMware The next three platforms can be grouped into the same category because they work almost identically. The differences that they do have will not be noticeable on the virtual server and the end user. All three platforms provide true virtualization resources are not shared between the host kernel or other virtual servers. Almost any operating system can run on three platforms. We choose to use the KVM platform because it supported by the Centos operating system that we use as the host OS.

 

Cloud Cloud is the new term companies large and small are kicking around. There is no true definition on what a cloud is or how it is supposed to be designed. And in our opinion the term "cloud" that applies to VPS hosting is no different then a VPS that has failover, redundancy or backup. So coining a the new term "cloud" and the extra hype is completely not necessary. A typical cloud setup runs on the KVM, XEN, or VMware platform. The difference is on the type of hardware that is used. instead of having storage located on the host server all data is stored on much larger SAN/NAS array with multiple disks. Raid is used to prevent disk failure in the physical array. And in the best case scenario a second array is added incase the entire array fails. The host server accesses the storage via Ethernet. in the event of a host server failure spare host servers are on standby to startup when needed. Downtime during the failure would be a reboot of your operating system. At Interserver our cloud setup runs on the KVM platform with two storage arrays. The advantage of cloud is a truly redundant environment. All aspects of hardware failure are 100% covered. if you are looking for a 0 downtime solution this is truly it. Cloud hosting costs much more than standard vps server because of all the additional hardware required.

 

 


Cloud Virtual Private Servers Features






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