Definition of VPS
If you are administering a heavy resource-swallowing site with an ever-increasing number of visitors, page impressions and downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated web hosting server solution to handle the expanded load, then take a look at our cost-effective VPS plan.
The VPS Hosting Solution Explained
1 GB RAM
20 GB Storage
2 GB RAM
40 GB Storage
A VPS (Virtual Private Server) ensures an insulated hosting environment whereby the whole amount of CPU, RAM, web storage space and web traffic resources is apportioned to you solely – as if you were hosted on a dedicated web hosting server.
When you order your VPS from NTyT, you are given the opportunity to select between two state-of-the-art datacenter facilities – Steadfast in Chicago, USA, & Pulsant in London, UK, and we suggest you to pick the one nearest to your whereabouts, so that you and your site's audience can be served quicker.
With NTyT's virtual web servers, you can choose an Operating System and install your own software (you obtain complete root access). Moreover, you can reboot your Virtual Private Server at any particular moment, keep track of the resource consumption and monitor your bandwidth statistics in real time. You can select between OpenVZ and KVM powered VPS hosting plans, and if you need assistance in administering your VPS server, you can try the optional managed services offered by us.
NTyT VPSs – A Hosting Solution Optimized for Your Demands
For the sake of customers managing data-rich websites, at NTyT we offer the Memcached memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator, which will considerably speed up your site and diminish the server load. It's worth pointing out that NTyT's VPS plans offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need.