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Linux VPS Hosting

Basic

$ 12
99
Monthly
  • RAM 1GB
  • CPU 2 core Intel Xeon
  • Storage 50GB SSD
  • Dedicated Resource
  • Unlimited ‌Bandwidth
  • 14 Operating systems
  • +20 Locations

Starter

$ 19
99
Monthly
  • RAM 2GB
  • CPU 2 core Intel Xeon
  • Storage 60GB SSD
  • Dedicated Resource
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • 14 Operating systems
  • +20 Locations
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Pro

$ 29
99
Monthly
  • RAM 4GB
  • CPU 4 core Intel Xeon
  • Storage 80GB SSD
  • Dedicated Resource
  • Unlimited ‌Bandwidth
  • 14 Operating systems
  • +20 Locations

Business

$ 64
99
Monthly
  • RAM 8GB
  • CPU 4 core Intel Xeon
  • Storage 150GB SSD
  • Dedicated Resource
  • Unlimited ‌Bandwidth
  • 14 Operating systems
  • +20 Locations

VPS stands for Virtual Private Server, which is a virtualized environment established within a physical machine through virtualization technology. Specifically, a Linux VPS refers to a server that operates on the Linux Operating System within this virtualized environment.

All hardware resources for your VPS are exclusively allocated to you. As an administrator with full access, you have the capability to host production environments and business applications, ensuring complete control over your hosting needs.

The infrastructure supporting your VPS ensures an ideal level of availability for both production environments and business applications. With minimal latency and hardware availability guaranteed through an SLA, you can rely on a stable, long-term service.

When you buy Linux VPS, our expert teams optimize our Linux VPS solutions to deliver peak performance. These virtual private servers utilize Intel’s cutting-edge architecture, SSD storage, and a robust infrastructure for superior efficiency.

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You Must Know About Linux VPS

Absolutely! A Linux virtual server offers a ton of flexibility for what you can install. Just like a physical server, you can set it up for web hosting with software like Apache or Nginx, create a mail server with Postfix, or develop applications with tools like Python and Java. There are also options for databases like MySQL, security firewalls, and even desktop environments if you need a graphical interface. Really, the possibilities depend on your specific needs!

Changing the SSH port can add a layer of security by making it less vulnerable to automated attacks that target the default port 22. It's like having a secondary lock on your house - it won't stop a determined thief, but it deters casual break-in attempts. However, for maximum security, you should also consider using strong passwords, SSH key authentication, and keeping your server software up to date.

The best program for your Linux VPS depends on what you want to do! For secure command line access and administration, PuTTY for Windows and the built-in terminal for Linux/Mac are excellent free options. If you need a graphical desktop experience, consider tools like Remmina or TigerVNC. Let me know if you want to dive deeper into any of these!

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