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How Do Virtual Private Servers Work?

The appellation "Virtual Private Server" refers to a server virtualization technology, which permits a single physical machine to be split into a few virtual ones. On a virtual private server, you can work independently of the others. You can pick an Operating System and, owing to the root privileges you get, you can install your own software configurations.

Virtual Private Servers of Your Choosing

With Step2Ray's Website Hosting, you can choose between KVM and OpenVZ VPS hosting packages. Based on the chosen server virtualization technology, your VPS server hosting package will come with the SolusVM Admin Panel, which will enable you to restart your VPS hosting server at any particular moment, keep an eye on the resource consumption and check your web traffic statistics. What's more, with any of the virtual private servers packages offered by Step2Ray's Website Hosting, you will get the Hepsia hosting Control Panel for free.

Advanced Administration Services

If you need assistance in administering your virtual private hosting server, Step2Ray's Website Hosting provides optional managed services, including weekly data backups and Operating System updates, private virtual server monitoring, rebooting, custom software activation, script troubleshooting, etc. procedures. All these upgrades are offered at signup, but you can also request them from your VPS Plan Manager tool at a later time.

Besides, for the sake of clients managing content-laden, dynamic websites, Step2Ray's Website Hosting provides a state-of-the-art web accelerator – Varnish Cache, which can be installed in front of any web server that supports the Hypertext Transfer Protocol and configured to cache the content. Varnish Cache will boost the speed of your website, immensely lower the server load and ensure a more stable and reliable shared hosting service.


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