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Virtual Private Servers Definition

Cloud hosting is the future of hosting. The virtual private servers offered by WebPage 4 All permit you to take advantage of a clustered web hosting infrastructure without needing to have any practical experience. You plainly upload and configure your site – as if you had a traditional shared hosting account. Yet, with WebPage 4 All in-house developed clustered VPS server web hosting technology, you will suffer less slowdowns and downtimes and your website will be operating at its full capacity. Say 'hi' to increased stability, dependability and inner peace!

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11 GB RAM
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10 GB RAM
270 GB Storage
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Generally, a cloud-hosted web site is operating on lots of hosting servers in a cluster rather than running on one single web hosting server. With WebPage 4 All, each hardware node is an enterprise-class physical server machine offering 2 x Opteron 6128 eight-core processors, up to one hundred and twenty eight gigabytes of DDR3 ECC reg. RAM and numerous high-speed 600GB SAS server hard disks in a RAID 10 configuration. Based on the premium KVM virtualization platform, which is famous for its dependability, the virtual private servers hosting offer a variety of OS choices, as well as free (Hepsia) and paid (cPanel) Control Panel tools. WebPage 4 All offers optional administration services, including weekly OS updates and backups. You can request extra dedicated IPs as well.

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For the sake of users with high resource-swallowing sites, WebPage 4 All provides the Memcached distributed memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will improve the loading speed of your site and decrease the server load. On top of that, WebPage 4 All' virtual private servers also offer PgSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-level tools they require without having to migrate to a costly dedicated server.