Select the right resources for your workload
Virtual Private Servers, on VPS, with Control Panel
Virtual Private Servers, on VPS, without Control Panel
Short for a Virtual Private Server, a VPS refers to the partitioning of a physical server into
multiple ones. Since each VPS features its own Operating System (OS), it receives a
specific share of resources from one physical server so they are isolated, unable to
interfere, and can be separately rebooted.
VPS Hosting answers any issue of scalability and limited resources. A VPS is more
powerful than Shared Hosting, where you still technically “share” the server with others
but you have more control over how you use the virtual space. A VPS server price is more
expensive than Shared Hosting. A VPS host is similar to a Dedicated Server but the
resources are allocated between individual websites. Although it’s the most expensive
option, Dedicated Server Hosting gives you sole access to all the resources available.