What kind of virtualization?

We offer KVM based virtualization. The servers we offer are fully virtualized private servers. KVM technology gives you the absolute freedom in the virtual environment when you have your independent server available.

It brings out the quality of our product making it distinct from the 'outcomes' of Open VZ container-based virtualization. You may have noted that OpenVZ virtual servers are cheaper than those based on KVM or the more mainsteam Xen products. Their attractive price range is accounted for by the fact that the providers keep overselling the resources in that a number of virtual servers can make use of one physical machine. Incidentally, as one of the user servers happens to build up a substantial load, the rest of them can come short of host's capacity.

As long as the full virtualization systems are concerned, our experts are of the opinion that KVM are more preferable than Xen. The all in all is in the fact that the KVM hypervisor is a part and parcel of the Linux core, while Xen distribution still keeps being installed as an addon.

Despite its prolonged market history and the substantial designer effort applied to it, Xen is bound to overload the Linux core, in the long run. From user point of view, the distinction in administering either of the server types (KVM vs Xen) that have been installed on the root server, is quite vague.

Any restrictions?

No technical restrictions imposed. You are free to Introduce changes into iptables, routing etc. You can enjoy a range of services, such as Open VPN. Further more, you can have a custom core installed.

Any automatic back-up settings?

We are not into generating back up, backing up is entirely the users' responsibility. As it is, the underlyig host system is supplied with RAID.

Is it possible to change the server to another without canceling the current server?

It is impossible. If that's the case, you ought to be looking to ordering a new server. Once the data have been migrated onto the new server, you can have the old one cancelled.

Which operating systems can be installed on vServer?

To this point we can offer support to the following range of operating systems: debian 6, debian 7, ubuntu server 12.04, ubuntu server (latest release), centos 6.

How can I change the OS on the server?

To have your existing OS replaced, you are free to consult our service desk.

What is the difference between VDS and dedicated server?

A server is often thought about as a high-powered computer with a case, CPU and the rest of the inside. Each of the nodes is main power feed and internet connected as well as is provided with a due disc space within the data center. It is just the type of equipment you can lease as part of our VPS servicing.

What is a virtual server for?

Virtualization represents a technology that allows for several separate apps or even operating systems to reside at the common server. Each of them can sit on its own partition and enjoy the dedicated resources. Each of the above partitions is understood to be a virtual server. The service packages are ranged due to the RAM reserves and the dedicated disk space available. Irrespective of what kind of server you are going to lease, in either case you will get the root-access passwords for your machine and be able to either administer it on your own or use our seperately paid for managed hosting service (whichever you elect). The equipment operability and the access to server traffic are the things we are responsible for.

What is VDS about? Why is it the preferred alternative to the virtual hosting?

VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server) (AKA Virtual Private Server, VPS) is a software product which emulates the physical server operation. One physical server, in this case, can host several VPS servers, each of them providing the users with a full and independent access, servey and management of the resources, which are similar to those of the conventional servers. Every VPS-сервер is guided by a dedicated Linux system.