Linux VPS hosting is better than Other Hosting

VPS or Virtual Private Server has become the most popular over the years because of its many benefits and how it helps your website. The best part of this is that it creatively makes use of virtualization technology to serve you with dedicated or private resources. It is virtually created within a server. It is possible that a single physical machine has the capability to host multiple Linux VPS hosting. The VPS, which is cloud-based, can even be hosted across multiple servers. The best part is that Linux VPS hosting comes right in the middle of shared hosting and dedicated hosting. If you are confused about which one to get, cheap Linux VPS is the best. Just like a shared host, VPS allows you to share the resources of your machine with the hosting accounts you want to. But also, Linux VPS hosting comes with customizable configuration which helps you use it as a dedicated hosting solution, making it isolated from other accounts.

Linux VPS hosting Plans

Processor / Cores / Threads / RAM / Space
UK VPS Server X : 1 Core, 1 GB RAM, 30 GB HDD, 1000 GB Bandwidth, KVM VPS
UK VPS Server Y : 2 Core, 2 GB RAM, 60 GB HDD, 2000 GB Bandwidth, KVM VPS
UK VPS Server Z : 4 Core, 4 GB RAM, 120 GB HDD, 4000 GB Bandwidth, KVM VPS
UK VPS Server Custom (Upto 4 Core, Upto 16 GB RAM, Upto 300 GB HDD)

How does VPS host work?


A server means a physical computer which stores all the files of your web host and databases required for your website. What happens with this is when an online visitor tries to access your website, the browser they are using would send a request to your server and that way the necessary files can be transferred through the internet. Linux VPS hosting gives you an illusion of a physical server but works as a virtual server.

This virtualization technology lays a virtual layer on top of the operating system of the server. This will help in separating the server into partitions so that each user has the freedom to install their own OS or software. Therefore, this is both a virtual and private server on which you have the ultimate control. It is like when you create partitions in your computer to install more than one OS, like Windows and Linux, without having to reboot.