Virtual Private Servers Definition
The appellation "Virtual Private Server" refers to a server virtualization technology, which permits one physical server machine to be split into several virtual ones. On a virtual private server, you can work autonomously from the others. You can pick an Operating System and, because of the full server root privileges you receive, you can install your own software configurations.
VPS Web Hosting of Your Choice
With Winselhost, you can choose between KVM and OpenVZ VPS hosting packages. Based on the chosen virtualization platform, your virtual server web hosting plan will include the SolusVM Admin Panel, which will allow you to restart your virtual web hosting server at any particular time, keep track of the system resource consumption and check your bandwidth stats. On top of that, with any of the VPS web hosting packages offered by Winselhost, you will receive the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel for free.
Advanced Managed Services
11 GB RAM
330 GB Storage
10 GB RAM
270 GB Storage
If you need support administering your private virtual server, Winselhost offers optional administration services, including weekly backups and Operating System updates, Virtual Private Server monitoring, rebooting, custom software activation, script error solving, etc. procedures. All these upgrades are offered during the signup procedure, but you can also request them from your VPS Plan Manager tool at a later time.
Also, for the sake of customers managing content-loaded, dynamic websites, Winselhost offers a state-of-the-art web accelerator – Varnish Cache, which can be installed in front of any server that supports the Hypertext Transfer Protocol and configured to cache the data. Varnish Cache will boost the speed of your website, tremendously diminish the load on the server and guarantee a more steady and reliable website hosting service.