Definition of VPS and explanation of VPS hosting

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. What is VPS? VPS is the abbreviation of Virtual Private Server. The words say it all: you have your own web hosting server, but it is virtual and not physical. This is called virtualization and to achieve this the web hosting provider uses virtualization software. More in detail it means that … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. VPS Linux or Windows? Windows VPS advantages are: Easier to operate than Linux and all Microsoft products and services can be used. Disadvantages: Slower than Linux, less stable and less secure. Linux VPS advantages are: faster than Windows, better stability and more secure. Disadvantages: More difficult to operate than Windows and … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. KVM vs OpenVZ. The differences between KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and OpenVZ (Open Virtuozzo) VPS are: OpenVZ is easier to configure and easier to maintain than KVM VPS. However, this system can be slower than KVM under specific circumstances and it is limited to Linux Operating Systems only. OpenVZ can be … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. VPS vs dedicated server. What is a VPS? A VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a web server setup inside a large powerful computer in a data center connected to the internet. This computer contains multiple servers that can be used by other customers. These customers share the server but not their … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. VPS vs shared hosting. With shared web hosting you share all the resources with other customers. You can compare it with renting a room and sharing the garden, the entrance, stairs, kitchen, CR etc. with others. So shared web hosting is less secure. VPS can be compared with an apartment building … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 What is a CPU Core? The CPU (central processing unit) core (processor) of a CPU is the computing center of your VPS, so all calculations are performed here. The number of CPU Cores indicates the number of server processors that your VPS can use and determines the speed at which your VPS … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 What is RAM? RAM (Random Access Memory) is the working memory expressed in a number of GigaBytes (GB). RAM is used to (temporarily) store (processor) data and is very decisive for the speed of applications and websites. How much RAM do I need? Let’s take a look at the Cloud hosting provider … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. Debian vs Ubuntu. Advantages of Debian operating system on your VPS: Open source software Lightweight Numerous configuration options Can easily be adjusted Disadvantages of Debian operating system: Only for experienced users Fewer updates Advantages of Ubuntu operating system on your VPS: Suitable for inexperienced users Can also be installed on mobile … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. What is CentOS? People also often ask “is CentOS Linux?” and the answer is “yes”. CentOS (Community ENTerprise Operating System) is an operating system based on the Linux kernel for PCs, servers and VPS. The distribution is one of the most widely used non-commercial Linux versions worldwide and is based on … Read more

Last updated 03-12-2022 Summary. How to install ffmpeg on Linux? Very easy: if you have a good VPS plan that is managed by the provider you’ll get an easy 1-Click ffmpeg Install on Linux via the control panel. If you don’t want a control panel for some reason you can scroll down to find complete … Read more