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We use a patented Virtuozzo OS virtualization solution. Virtuozzo creates isolated virtual environments (VE) or containers on a single physical server and OS instance. Compared to other virtualization technologies, Virtuozzo offers the highest levels of density, performance and manageability.
OS virtualization virtualizes servers on the operating system (kernel) layer. This method of virtualization creates isolated partitions, or virtual environments (VEs) on a single physical server and OS instance to utilize hardware, software, data center and management efforts with maximum efficiency.
The two diagrams below show the hypervisor or hardware virtualization technology in comparison to OS virtualization.
The OS virtualization model is streamlined for the best performance, management and efficiency. At the base resides a standard host operating system, in the case of Virtuozzo Containers that includes Windows and Linux. Next is the virtualization layer with a proprietary file system and a kernel service abstraction layer that ensure isolation and security of resources between different virtual environments. The virtualization layer makes each virtual environment appear as a standalone server. Finally, the virtual environment itself houses the application or workload.
Intelligent Partitioning - Division of a server into as many as hundreds of VEs with full server functionality.
Complete Isolation - VEs are secure and have full functional, fault and performance isolation.
Dynamic Resource Allocation - CPU, memory, network, disk and I/O can be changed without re-booting.
Live Migration - Business continuity capabilities including live migration ensure data is available and recoverable.
- Mass Management - Suite of tools and templates for automated, multi-VE and multi-server administration.
Virtuozzo's OS virtualization solution has higher efficiency and manageability, making it the best solution for organizations concerned with containing the IT infrastructure and maximizing resource utilization. Virtuozzo's complete set of management tools and unique architecture makes it the perfect solution for easily maintaining, monitoring and managing virtualized server resources for consolidation and business continuity configurations.
Advantages of VPS
- Root Access
- Unlimited Websites
- More Services
- Increased Security
Root access lets you choose which software to deploy – an especially critical consideration if you already have a huge customer database that you want to maintain without transfer issues to a different database. So, if you'd rather run PHP with PostgreSQL than the more common MySQL you're free to do so with root access.
Again, if you're just starting out, these are features you don't need at the moment but if you plan on growing quickly, consider starting with a VPS package to make transitioning to upper-tiered packages seamless (and painless).
Another advantage to VPS is the ability to manage numerous web sites. You aren't limited to a single domain and several subdomains, i.e. mywebsite.com, info.mywebsite.com, etc. You can host as many domains as you need or want and link various sites to best affect your bottom line.
Once again, you won't run into problems with hardware sharing even if you run a dozen different sites. Your access to server assets is assured through the use of server-side software such as Apache Virtual Hosts and similar VPS packages. This, by the way, is one of the reasons that VPS hosting plans are a bit pricier than shared hosting. But with more and more sites coming on-line (approximately 6,000 a day!) VPS offers better value for your server dollars when you can host as many sites as you want. When considering VPS plans, amortize the monthly costs over the number of sites you anticipate creating. You'll quickly see that VPS monthly costs are consistently lower than shared hosting on a per site basis.
With shared hosting you get what you get – whatever the host offers in the way of tools and applications. With VPS plans, you're able to access and offer more services to your customers or clients.
For example, if you're moving large amounts of data from Point A to Point B, an FTP (file transfer protocol) server is essential. FTP isn't available with shared hosting plans. It takes up way too much bandwidth. However, with a VPS, you can upload your own FTP server to your VPS account and move mountains of data quickly from one place to another – safely and securely.
With a VPS account, you can deploy any kind of server you want – email, FTP, database – whatever your server needs, you can meet them with a VPS package.
VPS plans isolate clients sharing the same physical disk space. This makes it much less likely that your site will be hacked through a neighboring site because your VPS site is isolated – a distinct entity on the server.