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VPSs Explained

Cloud web hosting is the future of web hosting. The VPS offered by HUGOHOST permit you to take advantage of a cloud hosting infrastructure without the need to have any practical competence. You simply upload and configure your web site – as if you had a standard hosting account. However, with HUGOHOST proprietary cloud virtual server web hosting technology, you will suffer less slowdowns and downtimes and your website will be running at its best. Say 'hello' to increased stability, dependability and inner peace!

VPS OVZ 1
1 CPU Core
1 GB RAM
20 GB Storage
$6.00 / month
VPS OVZ 2
1 CPU Core
2 GB RAM
40 GB Storage
$12.00 / month
 

As a rule, a cloud-hosted web site is operating on numerous connected web hosting servers rather than operating on a single hosting server. With HUGOHOST, each hardware node is an enterprise-class physical server machine featuring 2 x Opteron 6128 eight-core processors, up to 128 Gbytes of DDR3 ECC registered RAM and multiple high-speed 600GB SAS server hard disk drives in a RAID 10 configuration. Based on the top-notch KVM OS-level virtualization platform, which is known for its stability, the VPS hosting offer an array of Operating System options, as well as free-of-cost (Hepsia) and paid (cPanel) hosting Control Panels. HUGOHOST provides additional administration services, including weekly Operating System updates and backups. You can request additional dedicated Internet Protocol addresses too.

High-Performance VPS Hosting Solutions

For users owning high resource-demanding sites, HUGOHOST offers the Memcached distributed memory object caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator, which will improve the speed of your website and diminish the load on the server. What's more, HUGOHOST' VPSs also offer PgSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can get all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need without needing to move to an expensive dedicated server.