A Linux Server is a server that uses Linux Operating System (OS). Linux OS is a type of software that controls computer operations and directs program processes. About 70% of web hosting servers use Linux because of affordability, flexibility, and reliability.
A Virtual Server is a hosting service that shares its resources with multiple users within one physical server. Each user can access their own virtual space using their own root access.
A Shared Hosting limits your customisation options because it’s a pre-configured package. On the other hand, a Virtual Server allows you to customise resources based on the features before deployment.
cPanel is a server management software based on Linux graphical user interface (GUI). Its GUI simplifies the management of web hosting using a browser. Below are some features cPanel can do for you:
Virtual Servers are usually ready within 24-48 hours. However, it may take longer for some because of its features.
Since Virtual Servers are flexible with their features, no set package can be considered best. However, you can talk to your developer or system administrator about what you’ll need for your web hosting.
You may also contact us to discuss the best option for your business.
Our Virtual Servers are in one of our high-performance vSphere servers in London and Perth as High Available cluster. Connecting High Available (HA) cluster – independent computers that help increase applications and services availability – with physical cables and software ensures a failover that minimises service disruptions.
We generally keep our own backups. However, we strongly encourage you to keep your own.
You can create daily, weekly, or monthly backups depending on your preference. Doing so assures you that your backup files are recent.
We suggest automating your backup for convenience.
Yes. You get one dedicated IP for your Virtual Server with the option to add more.