Virtual Private Server

Fasthosts, one of the UK’s leading web hosting providers, has announced the launch their new Virtual Private Server (VPS) range, another innovation offered by the company to support growing businesses. Hot on the heels of Bare Metal Servers and a new WordPress Hosting package released earlier this year, has seen Fasthosts focus on developing more flexible and scalable options to cater for the growing number of businesses and individuals seeking alternative approaches to tech investment and scalability. David Ainscough, Product Owner, feels this new solution is the right fit for those seeking something in between a cloud and dedicated server. “Our new Virtual Private Servers package is built on our cloud platform, so we have taken five years’ experience of managing, growing and enhancing that platform, and created a new virtual server offering with more reliability and options than others currently on the market,” said David Ainscough. So, what is VPS for the uninitiated? “Visualise a…
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Siauliai, Lithuania – Ever since we opened our first data center in 2005, our ambition has been to become a key global player in the Virtual Private Server (VPS) market. With thousands of satisfied customers in over 70 countries, we’ve been able to realize our ambition and establish ourselves as a go-to provider of reliable web hosting services in Lithuania and beyond.

Now, we’re bringing two of our most popular services to the United States: Linux KVM NVMe and Windows KVM NVMe VPS hosting.


VPS hosting has been growing in popularity because it gives customers complete control over their environment, allowing them to tweak it precisely for their needs. As our customers would happily attest, VPS hosting provides increased stability and reliability over shared hosting, and it brings significant cost savings when compared with in-house hosting.

Customers that choose VPS hosting can pay only for what they really need and instantly scale their resources based on current demand. Adding more memory or purchasing additional processing power is a matter of a simple click, making VPS hosting ideal for agile startups that can go from a thousand users to millions in a matter of months or even weeks.

Our VPS hosting services are backed by high-performance NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) storage, which delivers up to 6 times better performance compared with classic SSD disks, transmitting data at up to 30 Gbps. NVMe was designed for both enterprise and client applications needing acceleration in critical data, and it eliminates bottlenecks and provides capabilities to meet the very demanding and time-sensitive requirements of cloud computing.

Because we use KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) as our virtualization infrastructure of choice, our customers can simultaneously manage several virtual machines and their configurations while enjoying superior security provided by the Linux kernel, an open-source monolithic Unix-like computer operating system kernel that powers nearly 70 percent of the top 10 million Alexa domains.

Apart from the use of cutting-edge technologies, our US customers can benefit from our strategically chosen location: Chicago. Widely known as the premier carrier hub for the Midwest, Chicago is arguably the best location in the United States for providers of hosting services, which is why it’s also home to Motorola Solutions, NetSuite, Snapsheet, Glassdoor, Sprout Social, Flexera, and many other internet-centric companies.

Of course, we’re bringing with us our core principles, which govern everything we do, and which have helped us thrive for well over 10 years. We consider our customers to be the important part of our business and provide reliable 24×7 support with guaranteed response times to help our customers solve any problems they may have in a timely manner.

We are firmly committed to providing our services at competitive prices without sacrificing reliability. Our customers benefit from a 99.97 percent network uptime guarantee, which has earned us Great Uptime Award from HostAdvice, a leading web hosting information center.

Last but not least, we at Bacloud continue to invest in new technology and improve our services in every way we can to make them more attractive to existing and new customers alike. We back everything we do with a 30-day money back guarantee because we’re confident in our services, and we encourage you to try them yourself to see what makes us stand out from the crowd.

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Plesk, the leading WebOps platform provider, recently announced that it has acquired the VPS (virtual private server) and IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) management system called SolusVM from OnApp. SolusVM (Solus Virtual Manager) platform allows enterprises to manage OpenVZ, Xen and KVM virtual machines from a single point. It comes with a web-based and customizable user interface using which customers can easily manage the virtual servers. The VPS management system of SolusVM is designed for cloud service providers (CSPs) and resellers, which supports several billing systems and virtualization technologies. With the acquisition, Plesk aims to provide CSPs and web professionals a single solution for web operations. “We’re very happy to have Solus Virtual Manager and their complete VPS management solution on board. SolusVM lets companies of any size manage virtual machines – from one central user interface, with security and ease. Firstly, makes it a breeze for service providers,…
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Conshohocken, US – As computing infrastructure keeps on moving into the cloud, Unisecure, cloud server hosting provider the premium data center in the US recently reported that most of the organizations are opting for their hybrid cloud solutions. In the report, many associations stated that there’s no better place to integrate hybrid cloud services into your IT environment than in Unisecure.

It offers unprecedented adaptability, security, and reliability in hybrid cloud services. Hybrid cloud services offered with the features of public cloud server & private cloud server gives the adaptability to combine public cloud and existing on-premises infrastructure in the ratio that is best for your framework. As a hybrid cloud service provider, Unisecure, quickly provisions infrastructure and applications, increments scalability, enhances productivity through computerization and virtualization, and at the same time lessen costs. These hybrid cloud solutions give effortlessness, security, administration, and control to help your IT and business objectives by combining features of private & public cloud.


“The core reason that leads organizations to utilize hybrid cloud is the need to keep their most sensitive information secure. Numerous IT heads still have questions about public cloud environment, with its multi-tenure model and universal availability via Internet, can provide the assurance of data privacy they require. By utilizing hybrid cloud solutions offered by us, organizations can keep their most sensitive or mission-critical data securely on their own premise and behind their own firewalls, while as yet approaching the advantages of the public cloud for information that is less delicate. Obviously, other benefits such as flexibility, performance, and cost-effectiveness are also the causes.” said Olivia, Head of Business Development at Unisecure.

About Unisecure
Unisecure is one of the leading data centers and cloud hosting provider in the US established in 1996. It is well known for cheap cloud web server hosting prices. Unisecure data centers guarantee 99.995% uptime, high-density redundant power, flexible configurations, carrier-neutral facilities, and 24x7x365 customer support. We have 5 data centers among which 2 are located in Philadelphia and Conshohocken, U.S embed with Information Security Management System (ISMS) to examine risks and develop better processes for security our data centers are most secure and reliable. Our data centers offer services from virtual private server hosting,cloud web server hosting,linux dedicated server hosting, co-location services to bare metal server , firewall and advanced backup solutions. We have 50000+ customers over 17 countries including brands such as Canon, DHL, HP, Microsoft, Pepsi, Mc Donalds and much more. For more information about server hosting services, visit https://www.unisecure.com/contact-us/

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IRVINE, CA – Cloud 9 Hosting, a leading provider of Web hosting services has started to accept Bitcoin, the world’s most widely used digital currency, as a form of payment for its web hosting and VPS services.

CTO Matt Dubois believes the move is a positive step in support of emerging technologies and entrepreneur communities across various industries. “Our major aim has always been and continues to be to support high-tech entrepreneurs,” Dubois stated, adding that the move is perfectly aligned with the company’s mission to stay ahead of the curve as an early adopter and forward thinker who embraces new technology. “Technology is changing how we do business. Cryptocurrency is the next big thing in the payment industry and as a market leader we want to keep leading from the front,” he continued.

Cloud 9 Hosting joins several other top online brands that currently accept Bitcoin, including Overstock, NewEgg, Expedia, Shopify Stores, WordPress, Microsoft, Reddit and Bloomberg.

Bitcoins are fast taking over the cryptocurrency marketplace. By allowing their customers to pay for services with Bitcoins, Cloud 9 Hosting is giving its customers both the flexibility and reduced payment processing costs that come with this payment option.

What to know about Bitcoin?

It is a distributed peer-to-peer payment system based on a fully digital currency. To acquire Bitcoin, you need to create a Bitcoin wallet on a Bitcoin payment network such as BitPay or Coinbase. You can then use the Bitcoins you’ve acquired in this account (wallet) to pay for goods and services by sending them directly to the other Bitcoin user (Cloud 9 Hosting in this case).

Bitcoin users can make payments easily from anywhere in the world using PCs or mobile devices. The method is instant and secure.

About Cloud 9 Hosting
Cloud 9 Hosting is a full-service provider of web hosting and virtual private server services. The company has been in business since 2008. It does a rigorous fraud check and requires clients to have verified identities as it specializes in compliant hosting for various high-security industries. The company has a longstanding policy to create an environment that supports tech startups and entrepreneur communities, and provides customer support 24 hours a day.

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In this day and age, it is important for most companies and businesses to have a web presence. A website allows for far greater international exposure than would be possible without one.

But, a web site in turn requires a domain name and webhosting.

Most people know what a domain is, but far less are familiar with web-hosting, and related terms and concepts.

There are a few basic forms of website hosting:

  • Free Webhosting
    Yes, it is possible to get your website hosted for free, but there usually are trade-offs. Often the free hosting provider may add advertising to the top and/or bottom of your website pages, to help offset his free service. Other times, you may not be able to use your own domain name, and will have to settle for a sub-domain (e.g. yoursite.theirsite.com). In addition, page loading times on these free hosts are typically very high, and they suffer from frequent outages due to overloading. This kind of hosting is really only suitable for cheapskates and newbies, not for any serious company or business.
  • Shared Web-Hosting
    If you are happy to have your website share a server with many (sometimes, 100s) of other websites, shared hosting is the most affordable type of paid webhosting. But your website may suffer due to so-called “overselling” (where the host basically overloads the server by adding too many sites to it).
  • Dedicated Web-Hosting
    This is the kind of hosting where you rent your own server, and you have full control over it. This service may be managed (the webhost will perform updates, support, etc.), or unmanaged (everything is your responsibility).
  • Reseller Web Hosting
    This is suitable for aspirant webhosts and webdesigners (who provide/resell hosting to clients), internet marketers, or webmasters who want to create separate accounts for their different clients/websites.
  • VPS Web Hosting
    A “Virtual Private Server” is created by implementing virtualization technology on a server, in order to have numerous “virtual” servers perform under one physical server. It allows the website owner/webmaster almost as much control as for a dedicated server, but requires a lot of technical know-how to operate.
  • Co-location
    If you own and are able to manage your own web-server, you may opt for co-location, where a data center will physically host your equipment, and hook it up to the internet, for a fee.
  • E-commerce Webhosting
    This webhosting service provides add-ons to help businesses perform online transactions, such as sales. Typically it will include a shopping cart, an internet merchant account, as well as an online payment solution.
  • Cloud Hosting
    A fairly new concept, cloud hosting allows website content/data to be hosted/distributed in the “cloud” (i.e. in several redundant online locations). In addition to redundancy, this kind of hosting also scales well, such as in cases of short-term critical bandwidth increases.
  • Email Hosting
    This is for companies that only require webhosting for their employee email.

As you can see, there are many different types of webhosting solutions, and it is it is important that you determine your needs and requirements before signing up for hosting. Then you still have to shop around and find the best webhosting provider for your particular situation. For example, you may decide to go with offshore web-hosting, instead of hosting your website locally.