A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual instance of an operating system that runs on top of a physical server known as a hypervisor. Any operating system of choice can be installed on a VPS and can be used for an extremely wide variety of applications.
All of our virtual private servers are kernel based virtual machines (KVM for short). This allows your VPS to be its own isolated instance and ensures you always have the resources you pay for on standby.
If you have your own ISO file, we can upload it and make it available for use on your VPS. If you have a link to an ISO image you would like to use, we can also make it available for your VPS. Feel free to contact our support team should you have any questions.
Our bundle VPS packages include a default maximum of two IPv4 addresses at the time of purchase, our build your own VPS package includes a maximum of three IPv4 addresses at the time of purchase. Need more addresses? Contact our support team and we'll be more than happy to help.
Yes, each VPS is its own KVM instance and is completely isolated.
All service related issues are covered by us. This includes issues such as a VPS not working properly, or your website not being reachable. We can take a look at issues at a deeper scale, but we do not guarantee being able to assist with all cases. Our support team will be able to point you in the right direction if an issue is deeper than what we are able to support.
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