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How VPS Web Hosting Works

Cloud hosting is the future of hosting. The VPS web hosting provided by iDataRack.com allow you to take advantage of a clustered web hosting platform without having to possess any technical expertise. You plainly upload and configure your website – as if you had a conventional shared web hosting account. Yet, with iDataRack.com proprietary cloud VPS server hosting technology, you will suffer less slowdowns and downtimes and your site will be operating at its best. Say 'hello' to increased stability, dependability and inner peace!

1 CPU Core
20 GB Storage
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40 GB Storage
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Generally, a cloud-hosted website is running on numerous connected web hosting servers rather than running on one server. With iDataRack.com, each hardware node is a carrier-class web hosting server offering 2 x Opteron 6128 8-core CPUs, up to one hundred and twenty eight Gbytes of DDR3 ECC registered RAM and multiple high-performance 600GB SAS HDDs in a RAID 10 configuration. Based on the top-notch KVM virtualization platform, which is famous for its stability, the VPS web hosting offer a range of OS choices, as well as free (Hepsia) and paid (cPanel) hosting Control Panels. iDataRack.com offers additional administration services, including weekly OS updates and backups. You can request additional dedicated Internet Protocol addresses as well.

Advanced VPS Web Hosting Solutions

For customers with high resource-swallowing websites, iDataRack.com provides the Memcached memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will boost the speed of your website and lower the load on the server. Furthermore, iDataRack.com' virtual private servers also offer PоstgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need without the need to move to an expensive dedicated server web hosting.