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  • Joey VPS
    from $69.95 /month
    • Intel XEON 3.6Ghz E5 Quad core
    • RAID 10 SAS 15k drives
    • 512MB Allocated RAM
    • 10GB disk storage
    • 200GB data transfer/mth
    • cPanel/WHM included
    • Fully Managed by
    • 1 IP address included
  • Kangaroo VPS
    from $99.95 /month
    • Intel XEON 3.6Ghz E5 Quad core
    • RAID 10 SAS 15k drives
    • 1024MB Allocated RAM
    • 25GB disk storage
    • 300GB data transfer/mth
    • cPanel/WHM included
    • Fully Managed by
    • 1 IP address included
  • Buck VPS
    from $129.95 /month
    • Intel XEON 3.6Ghz E5 Quad core
    • RAID 10 SAS 15k drives
    • 2048MB Allocated RAM
    • 50GB disk storage
    • 400GB data transfer/mth
    • cPanel/WHM included
    • Fully Managed by
    • 1 IP address included
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To explain what VPS or Virtual Private Servers offer, think of web hosting like a Hotel building, with many individual Hotel rooms. When you buy a shared web hosting account, it´s like buying access to one Hotel room in that Hotel building. Your Hotel room shares the Hotel building´s resources, be that electricity, water, staff etc, and you have neighbors who also share the Hotel building and that building´s resources.

Now if you were to buy access to a VPS hosting account, what you´re buying is access to is the entire floor of the Hotel building. This Hotel is a little different as each floor has its own water and power reserves, so you have your own power and water supply. This guarantees you access to resources, such as CPU and RAM, that you don't share with anyone else.

Just think like Elvis when he would roll into Vegas and rent out the entire floor of a hotel. You´re still sharing the Hotel building with other VPS tenants, who are on the other floors, but you all have guaranteed resources allocated on your own floors, so naturally this costs a little more than a standard shared hosting account, but you get more.

VPS hosting FAQs

1. What is a VPS? VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. With a VPS you receive the benefits of a dedicated server, for much less cost, so consider a VPS a small dedicated server that you can have full root access to.

2. Why would I want or need a VPS? VPS hosting is a step up from shared hosting, in that your VPS is for you and you only. Server resources are isolated so you’re at a far lower risk of someone else on the server causing problems. As a web designer or a small hosting company, a VPS makes for an excellent and very stable source of inventory, at a lower price point than a dedicated server.

3. Why choose a VPS over a dedicated server? Consider a VPS the halfway point between a hosting account on a shared server, and a full dedicated server. VPS accounts are popular because they offer the functionality of a dedicated server, but for much less cost. A VPS can also be considered more environmentally friendly, in that a full dedicated server is not sitting idle and under used, in a datecentre, drawing continuous power.

4. Do I need to know how to manage a server to have a VPS? No, your VPS account is fully managed by us, so you can use your VPS just as you would use a normal hosting account, with your WHM/cPanel logins.

5. Can I upgrade or downgrade my VPS easily? Yes, just send us a ticket to our helpdesk and we will upgrade or downgrade your account, with no interruptions or downtime.

6. Do I get full root access to my VPS? No, root access is not given as your VPS is fully managed by us, and we cannot properly manage your VPS if you have full root access. If you would like root access, then your VPS can become self managed, at no change in pricing.

7. What hardware is used to build the VPS? Our VPS nodes are built from top of the line Dell Enterprise Grade Servers, using Intel XEON e5 3.6Ghz 10MB cache chips, 128GB DDR3 1600Mhz and RAID 10 SAS 15k storage

VPS servers

Top 5 reasons you need a VPS

1. Higher availability Your websites are isolated on your own Virtual Private Server, so noone else's website can take your websites down, as can be the case in a regular shared hosting account.

2. Better Scalability Need to scale up in a hurry for a big client or if one of your websites gets hammered with traffic? No worries if you have your own Virtual Private Server.

3. More Customisation You can install applications on your Virtual Private Server that would not be permissible on a shared hosting server.

4. Protect your email An unfortunate reality of shared hosting is that if someone else's site on the server is compromised and is used to send out spam, then the server's IP could be placed on spam blacklists, and ISPs using that blacklist will block your legitimate email coming off that server, until that IP is removed from the blacklist. With your own Virtual Private Server, your websites are the only sites using that server's IP to send email so the chances of your email being blocked are greatly reduced.

5. Cost effective Your own Virtual Private Server offers you the advantages of a full dedicated server, but at much less cost. So it's the cost effectiveness of a shared hosting account, with the enhanced security and higher performance of a dedicated server.