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What Does VPS Hosting Stand for?

If you are administering a resource-swallowing site with an ever-increasing number of viewers, page hits and file downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated web server hosting solution to accommodate the increased load, then have a gaze at our cost-effective VPS package.

The VPS Hosting Solution Described

VPS OVZ01
1 CPU Core
1 GB RAM
30 GB Storage
$12.00 / month
VPS OVZ02
1 CPU Core
2 GB RAM
50 GB Storage
$20.00 / month
 

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) offers an isolated hosting environment whereby the whole amount of CPU, RAM memory, hard drive storage space and traffic resources is allocated to you only – as if you had a dedicated hosting account.

When you order your VPS from computesolve, you are offered the option to pick between 2 cutting-edge data center facilities – Steadfast in Chicago, USA, and Pulsant in London, United Kingdom, and we advise you to choose the one closest to your location, so that you and your website's visitors can be served faster.

With computesolve's VPSs, you can pick an OS and install your own software configurations (you obtain complete server root access). Furthermore, you can reboot your VPS web hosting server at any given time, keep an eye on the resource consumption and check your bandwidth stats in real time. You can select between OpenVZ and KVM based VPS hosting plans, and if you need assistance in handling your virtual private web server, you can try the additional administration services provided by us.

computesolve VPSs – A Hosting Solution Fine-Tuned to Your Needs

For the sake of customers owning data-loaded websites, at computesolve we provide the Memcached distributed memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will enormously improve your web site's speed and reduce the server load. It's good to mention that computesolve's VPS packages offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can get all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need.