Are you looking for a hosting service that can handle huge visitor traffic, at blazing-fast speeds for all your websites? A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is what you should look at, after web hosting plans.
Let Webhoster help to manage and support your virtual server from setup to initialisation.
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Connection to Tier 1 backbone with 10GB/sec, enjoy super fast site speeds.
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Network SLA of 99.9%, reliability on your virtual server availability.
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When you order a Cloud VPS hosting package, you specify the virtual machine's initial configuration. The following virtual machine configuration options are available:
Mount of memory
Number of CPU cores
High availability: This option provides failover functionality. If the virtual machine's host fails for any reason, the virtual machine automatically starts on another host.
Disk size and media (SSD or HDD)
Zone: This option specifies the geographical area where the virtual machine is located.
Template: This option specifies the operating system template to use for the virtual machine.
Hostname: Each virtual machine must have a unique hostname.
You can easily modify the virtual machine's configuration later if your requirements change.
All you have to do to add additional virtual machines is place an order. Make sure you select a unique hostname for each virtual machine you add. Billing and invoices for each Cloud VPS virtual machine are processed individually, and you can manage each one independently in the WebHosting Customer Portal.
Unfortunately, if you did not choose the SSD Storage option when you first ordered your virtual machine, you cannot add it to an existing virtual machine later. This is because SSD storage resides on
a different storage pool.
If you want to switch a virtual machine to SSD storage, you must first copy any data on the existing virtual machine that you want to keep. Then you can destroy the virtual machine, deploy a new one with the SSD option enabled, and copy your data to the new virtual machine.
No, Webhosting is not providing API (Application Programming Interface) access to our cloud at this time. However, we are working on a virtual data center product that we hope will be available in the near future. This product will include API access. Stay tuned to our blog and newsletter for product announcements!