An Overview on VPS (Virtual
Private Server) Hosting
VPS (Virtual Private Server) is one of the most popular hosting services chosen by many enterprises.
VPS uses virtualization to provide dedicated resources on a VPS server with other numerous users. It
is more secure and very stable solution than shared hosting and less in cost than dedicated hosting. VPS
hosting is smaller-scale and cheaper than renting an entire server. VPS hosting is chosen by business
organizations who have good and medium-level web traffic. Websites who exceeds the CPU resources
of shared hosting plans but they can’t afford resources of dedicated server. VPS offers more than one
web hosting plan. For example – at HTS Hosting, we have five VPS plans to suit our client’s
requirements and let them scale their website seamlessly when they require more resources.
Force driving server virtualization is very similar to that which leads to development of time-sharing
and multi-programming in the past. However, resources are still shared under the time-sharing model.
Virtualization provides high level of security, depending on the type of virtualizations that is being used.
As virtual servers are completely isolated from each other and run full-fledged operating system that
can be independently rebooted. Partitioning single server as multiple servers are increasingly common
on microcomputer since the launch of VMware ESX server in 2001. The physical server runs a
hypervisor that is tasked with creating, managing and releasing of operating system or virtual machines.
Such guest operating system are allocated to share resources of the physical server allocated by
hypervisor. VPS runs its own copy of operating system; consumers have root level access to the
operating system. They can install any software that runs on the VPS OS. Due to the number of
virtualization clients running on single machine,
HTS Hosting understand their customer requirements that’s why we have created most affordable
business plans for our clients.VPS are of