A VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a virtual machine that’s sold as a service by a cloud hosting provider like SkySilk.
It runs its own operating system and the user can have full root access. Functionality-wise, it can be compared to a dedicated physical server. A VPS is much cheaper than a physical server’s equivalent.
Want to install and remove a package? Go ahead. You have the power to configure your server according to your needs.
Added layers of security to your server with built-in DDoS protection and Anti-Virus software.
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A VPS is a virtual machine that uses virtualization technology to divide one robust physical server into numerous virtual servers. To put it in simpler terms, it’s one portion of physical hardware that operates like several independent servers.
It’s a virtual server hosted on a physical server that is optimized for Linux operating systems.
Yes. The server’s main hardware runs hypervisor software that keeps VPSs separate from each other and controls how they operate. The software ensures data for each individual VPS, both in memory and on disk is kept separate and secure.
Resource distribution - you can set limit tailored to your website
Security - you can install security software that only covers your VPS
Performance - great website load page speed that supports a fast-growing site with plenty of visitors
Configuration and customization - you have greater control over how you use your CPU and memory
Scalability - ability to grow exponentially
In short, more or less anything unless you’re not breaking the law or violating your VPS hosting provider’s terms and conditions. With a VPS, you can: