If your business has outgrown web hosting, then its time to consider moving to a scalable server with SSD storage solution.
A VPS is designed to scale out as your traffic and resource requirements grow. A VPS will also give you full control over what applications are installed and running with full access to the server.
When you place an order for a VPS, the provisioning will start instantly. The server is built using the OS of your choice. The IP addresses are then assigned and the VPS is ready for use. If you wish to have a custom build for your server, you can contact us to discuss your requirements.
The server can be reimaged at any point via the control panel.
When you decide to move to a VPS, the main reason you do it is likely because you want a reliable server with excellent connectivity, performance and availability. With a VPS, the network connectivity is fed from multiple internet points into the data centres, creating redundancy, speed and assurance that the VPS will not get bogged down with high traffic or poor connections.
At Tidyhosts, we’re proud to host our servers inside data centers with redundancies in place for your peace of mind.
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Some of the common Cloud VPS Hosting questions
A Cloud VPS, is a virtual server that appears to the user as a dedicated server, but is one piece of hardware serving multiple VPS's to different users.
A VPS can run different operating systems which are entirely independent of each other.
You are given full root access to the VPS, just like you would a dedicated server.
You can intall applications, upload and download files, there are no limits on usage.
Reboots can be carried out via the control panel. Should the VPS become unavilable, a reboot will power off, and power on the VPS.
You can also connect direct to the console on the VPS should there be any network problems with the VPS.
If your websites are growing and needing more resources, then a Cloud VPS is the next step and provides more power and flexibility.
You can also use your VPS for a number of things such as a remote backup server or game server.