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A virtual private server (VPS) is used for hosting websites (e-commerce, content, visual media) and software applications (portals, extranets, collaborative solutions, wikis, CRM). Unlike shared hosting, the data is isolated onto a virtual machine which is dedicated to the user.
The VPS is a perfect compromise between web hosting plans and physical servers, combining reliability with the high performance of a dedicated server — but without the difficulty of managing a server’s physical hardware. Read more at https://www.hostingb2b.com/blog/5-things-you-can-do-with-your-vps/
Once your order delivery is completed, you login to the HostingB2B Customer Portal and start using your VPS. You can immediately start hosting your website, running your applications, and more.
You have the ability to fully customize HostingB2B VPS Plans. The available cofigurable options are CPU Cores,RAM, SSD Storage Options, IP, OS and Control Panel.
When you choose a VPS instead of a dedicated server, you don’t have to worry about hardware management, you do not need to monitor the status of hard disks, RAM, and CPU. VPS servers are adapted to host most types of web projects that are moderately sized. With VPS, HostingB2B takes care of virtualization, hardware management and platform security. If you prefer full control over your hardware, dedicated servers may be more aligned with your needs.
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When compared to shared hosting solutions, VPS gives you more control over your resources and provides better performance. VPS solutions are also more flexible than shared hosting plans. If you are a growing business or are looking to scale up your resources, you may not fit into small shared hosting solutions and would be better suited with VPS. Please review the article for more information.
Read more: https://www.hostingb2b.com/blog/shared-hosting-vs-vps/
You can choose one of our six VPS packages by choosing a tha one that suits best your business needs, from the table above, or by going straight to our VPS configurator webpage here.
A VPS is delivered within a few minutes, unless you have very specific requirements. Once the VPS order is verified, the order will be delivered fully automated immediately. You can review the status of your order on H2B customer portal here.
HostingB2B VPS’s support Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Suse and Windows.
Windows operating systems are not supported by our VPS Lite packages unless, you upgrade your VPS.
You can configure VPS server operating system any time through the customer portal by reinstalling your VPS with the OS of your choice.
HostingB2B provides the following control panels: Plesk Web Admin Edition, cPanel Lite, CPanel Pro, Webuzo, Webmin, Interworx, ISPConfig and CentOS Web Panel.
You can also add a control panel at a later stage by reinstalling your VPS with the control panel of your choice.
You can upgrade automatically your virtual server pack through the customer web portal.
To downgrade, please cancel your VPS and order a new VPS with the desired specifications.
Please note that downgrading a VPS package is not technically possible, as downgrading disk space means the removal of a part of disk space which could lead to data loss (even if you are not utilizing the full disk space). If you would like to switch to a smaller VPS, you can order a new VPS here with your desired specifications. Your existing VPS will need to be cancelled, and you will need to backup and transfer your data to the new server.
Once you have fully settled your billing, our UK VPS Hosting plans are created automatically.
Any special OS template though needs to be coordinated with our 24/7 support team, which also specializes in Web Hosting and DevOps tasks.
Custom Website Development are also offered in a monthly fixed fee though our Managed Services
HostingB2B clients have the ability to control their VPS server through client web portal. They may list their virtual servers, retrieve information, change password, power on and off, reboot, upgrade/downgrade and request cancellation of their VPS. Read more on how to start boot your VPS using SolusVM or to reboot your VPS using SolusVM.