A full root KVM VPS plan powered with Hostking is reliable, fast and lets you quickly take care of the tasks at hand. With KVM you get virtualization that closely resembles the stability of your having your own dedicated server and the security of knowing the resources are dedicated to you. All our server nodes (Servers that VPS sit on top of) are monitored 24/7 for all vital server functions.
We provide tools via the client area to manage your VPS with ease and security. The powerful GUI based VPS management system with full OpenVZ and KVM support.
You're able to Reboot, Power on & off. Reinstall OS template, recover your VPS and many more.
When you order a virtual server it is possible to choose any of the pre-installed operating systems based on Linux or Windows.
Windows Server 2012 R2 is only available for Unmanaged Windows VPS Servers.
Choose a Windows VPS Plan that fits your needs and budget
Here are some common questions and answers to VPS Server questions we get in our support team from time to time.
A Virtual Server is is your own set of resources on a Dedicated server isolated from other VPS servers giving you your own space, memory and cpu with a operating system of your choice to install anything you prefer.
VPS Servers are not easy to manage yourself if you starting with hosting hence its recommended for more experienced IT literate customers, like web developers, system administrators, etc. We monitor Ping of servers 24/7. You need to monitor services and do regular updates. Abuse is not tolerated on our network and fair usage is important.
Upgrades can easily be done via the client area at any point in time. The system will calculate the different and charge accordingly based on the plan you on versus the one you going to.
We try to keep our servers between 12 and 15 VPS Servers per Dedicated server (NODE).
We unfortunately do not provide a service whereby we copy or transfer data from any other point even our shared servers to a VPS Server, hence the reason you are required to be quite IT literate.