KVM Virtual Private Servers

KVM 256 KVM 512 KVM 1024 KVM 1536 KVM 2048
256MB RAM 512MB RAM 1024MB RAM 1536 MB RAM 2048MB RAM
1 Core 2 Cores 2 Cores 4 Core 4 Cores
20GB RAID-10 30GB RAID-10 40GB RAID-10 50GB RAID-10 60GB RAID-10
1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink
250GB Transfer 500GB Transfer 1000GB Transfer 1500GB Transfer 2000GB Transfer
1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address
$3.95 /mo $5.95 /mo $9.95 /mo $14.95 /mo $19.95 /mo
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Why Choose KVM?

KVM is a full virtualization solution, it is isolated and therefor a bit more secure. Its most important strengths include the ability to run Windows, FreeBSD & Solaris, each virtual machine has private virtualized hardware: own kernel, a network card, disk, graphics adapter, etc. Since it has its own virtualized hardware, the virtual server will act completely on its own. The pros with KVM is that all applications should work exactly as on a dedicated server, usability of its own kernel, the flexibility of migrating from virtual machine to dedicated server.

Another nice feature about KVM is it even allows you to have a much more secure VPS by encrypting your entire filesystem. Its important to remember though that if you don't need these extra features, usually choosing OpenVZ is fine.

OpenVZ Virtual Private Servers

OVZ 256 OVZ 512 OVZ 1024 OVZ 1536 OVZ 2048
256MB RAM 512MB RAM 1024MB RAM 1536 MB RAM 2048MB RAM
1 Core 2 Cores 2 Cores 4 Core 4 Cores
20GB RAID-10 30GB RAID-10 40GB RAID-10 50GB RAID-10 60GB RAID-10
1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink 1Gbps Uplink
250GB Transfer 500GB Transfer 1000GB Transfer 1500GB Transfer 2000GB Transfer
1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address 1 IPv4 Address
$3.95 /mo $5.95 /mo $9.95 /mo $14.95 /mo $19.95 /mo
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Why Choose OpenVZ?

OpenVZ is container-based virtualization for Linux. OS level virtualization means many basic components exist once on the machine, and are used by all guests (like the identical kernel). That means that each container shares the same underlying OS but still operates as secure, isolated Linux container. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; a container can be rebooted independently and have root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files. This way you use the resources more efficient but at the same time you can not run different OS types (FreeBSD, Windows or Solaris).

 

All of our KVM Servers are powered by Intel Xeon Enterprise Servers, RAID-10 Storage and feature Premium Bandwidth on 1GB Uplinks.