Definition of VPS and explanation of VPS hosting

Short explanation. What is VPS? VPS is the abbreviation for 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 you own … Read more

Short explanation. Linux vs Windows VPS. Windows VPS advantages are: Easier to operate than Linux and all Microsoft products and services can be used. Windows VPS disadvantages: Slower than Linux, less stable and less secure. Linux VPS advantages are: faster than Windows, better stability and more secure. Linux VPS disadvantages: More difficult to operate than … Read more

Short explanation. 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. KVM can host any operating system while OpenVz VPS is limited to Linux OS only. OpenVZ can be slower than KVM under specific circumstances. KVM … Read more

Short explanation. 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 allocated resources. … Read more

Short explanation. 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 where one … Read more

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 can process instructions … Read more

What is RAM? RAM (Random Access Memory) is the working memory expressed in number of GigaBytes (GB) that is included with your VPS. RAM is used to (temporarily) store (processor) data and is very decisive for the speed of the applications on your VPS. The maximum amount of RAM a VPS can use on our … Read more

Short explanation. 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 devices Always … Read more

Short explanation. 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 the RedHat … Read more

Short explanation. How to install ffmpeg on Linux? Very easy: with the company Linux Hosts Inc. (see below) ffmpeg is automatically included in the Control Panel. So there’s no need to install ffmpeg simply because it is already installed for you! If you don’t want a control panel for some reason you can scroll down … Read more

Short explanation. How to install WordPress on a VPS? Normally when you have a good control panel installed on your virtual private server then installing WordPress is a piece of cake. The only thing you have to do is press a few buttons and voila, your WP installation is finished! On the other hand there … Read more

Short explanation. Ideas for VPS. 11 ideas for virtual private servers in 2021. A VPS can be used for: a mail server. a development environment. a gameserver. a cloud service. a media server. hosting your website or application. a private, secure playground hosting websites of others. VPN. a seedbox for torrenting. trading stocks, options or … Read more

Short explanation. Is VPS Cloud Hosting? If you ask me if VPS is cloud hosting then my answer is no. However, if you have a real good VPS you don’t need the Cloud. In this article we’ll explain why. Cloud Hosting is known for its reliability. If a web server fails, for whatever reason, another … Read more

Short explanation. Is VPS worth it? Yes, it’s definitely worth trying VPS when your shared hosting account can no longer handle the work or if a dedicated server is too expensive. Think of large numbers of visitors, many uploads or downloads, complicated software that needs to be installed and much more. You pay a bit … Read more

Short explanation. Pros and cons of VPS hosting. The advantages are: cheap, fast, secure, flexible, scalable, and all the freedom to do what you want with the server. The disadvantage is that you need to understand web servers. You should know how to configure and maintain a virtual private server and how to install programs … Read more

Short explanation. Server hosting or VPS? VPS vs web hosting. You hardly need any technical knowledge for a server hosting account. For example, if you want to install WordPress on your website, pressing a few buttons is enough to install WP within minutes. You share the web space with other customers and that makes regular … Read more

Short explanation. Cloud server or VPS? Web hosting can be divided into shared hosting, VPS, semi-dedicated web server, dedicated servers and bare metal servers. A bare metal server is the most advanced type of dedicated hosting while VPS is the most advanced type of shared hosting. All these types of hosting can also be used … Read more

Short explanation. How does VPS work? A VPS (also called vServer or virtual private server) works like a dedicated web server. However unlike the physical dedicated server a VPS server is virtualized. Server virtualization is the method of splitting up a physical web server into multiple independent virtual servers. Each virtual server can run its … Read more

Short explanation. How to buy VPS? If you are planning to purchase a VPS, first try to answer the following questions for yourself: How much can I pay? What will the VPS be used for? Will it be a Linux or Windows operating system? Which Linux or Windows version do I prefer and why? KVM … Read more

Short explanation. Best VPS for Forex. The best VPS for Forex trading is offered by the company Linux Hosts Inc. Why they are better than others? Well, they have the fastest, most comprehensive, most flexible and most reliable virtual servers and admins. Many of the company’s customers are happy Forex traders including me. They have … Read more

Short explanation. VPS or home server? If you are technically savvy and you are the lucky owner of a successful website or application or you have that golden idea of which you’re sure that it will bring success, you may be wondering whether it is worth having your own web server at home or would … Read more

Short explanation. How to make a VPS server at home? If you really want to have VPS at home, we recommend the company Antsle. They have a large number of virtual private servers on offer. The fact that companies such as IBM, Dell, Symantec, AT&T and General Electric are among their customers proves that they … Read more

Short explanation. Can I use VPS for VPN? Yes you can with WireGuard. WireGuard is a simple, fast and modern VPN that utilizes the best cryptography. It is faster, simpler, leaner, and more useful than IPsec. WireGuard has a much better performance than OpenVPN. It is designed as a Virtual Private Network for running on … Read more

Short explanation. VPS vs VPC. Compare VPS to Virtual Private Cloud. Both are virtual so no physical machines are being used by the customers. Both are private so your resources are not shared with others. Both are multi-tenant environments so others are using the same system as you. Difference between VPS and VPC. A VPC … Read more