The SolusVM Panel
A 1–stop formula for taking care of your OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting
Every single OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting hosting server comes ready for you to employ. At sign up, you will have the option to pick out your Operating System (Debian, Ubuntu or CentOS) and you will also get your very own version of the SolusVM Virtual Manager – a powerful interface, which can be used to restart your web server at any moment and also gives you all–inclusive resource consumption information.
All OpenVZ VPS hosting functions in a single location
We provide you with OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting packaged with advanced capabilities and programs. At registration, you can easily opt for your Linux OS and obtain a absolutely free Web Site Control Panel easily installed on your web server. What’s more, your VPS will offer SSD storage and root access to the server. 100% CPU usage levels and huge RAM memory volumes promise your server’s blazing–fast performance. Once–a–week offsite file backups are provided as well.
A Free Control Panel
The most powerful way to be in charge of your OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting
Your OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting comes with an assortment of Linux OS’s and a completely free Web Site Control Panel, so that you could begin working on your sites immediately after the registration process has been carried out. The Control Panel has been designed by our group of well–experienced web masters and offers you a drag–n–drop File Manager, extensive reports and a fully featured Domains Manager with unlimited domain hosting choices.
Data Center Options
An option to decide on a data center for your OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting
When you purchase your OpenVZ Linux VPS Hosting, apart from the Linux distribution and the Control Panel, you’ll also have the opportunity to choose the Data Centers destination. This enables you to opt for a data center that is closest to your web site customers. The latter makes it possible for you to offer far better site launching data transfer speeds to them. You can choose between a US datacenter (in the central district of Chicago, IL), a UK datacenter facility (near London) and an AU datacenter (in the central area of Sydney).