A virtual private server is a hosting process which involves partitioning a physical server into multiple servers with each server fully capable of running on its own dedicated machine and full-fledged operating system. Every server on the machine can also be independently booted, rebooted or shut down if needed and at the convenience of the user without affecting the working of other servers on the system.
You Remain In Charge Of Operations
While technically you are in a shared environment in a VPS server, you will yet have absolute control like a dedicated server and also exclusive access to key resources. You won’t have to share RAM or bandwidth with other users on the server. When you upgrade from shared server hosting to VPS hosting, you will also have to make a choice between managed and unmanaged VPS.
Unmanaged VPS is for the geek who knows a thing or two about server management and does not mind managing and maintaining the various aspects of VPS server. It allows them to run the server the way they want while saving them some money too as managed VPS server option comes with a price.
What VPS Server Management Includes
When you choose unmanaged VPS server hosting, you were largely responsible for installation, configuration, and management of all issues associated with your VPS server without the administrator getting involved in the day to day running and maintenance of the system. The service provider will, however, make sure that any network issues originating from their data centre will be handled by their technical team and resolved quickly.
In a sense, unmanaged hosting makes you the administrator of the system. You can do everything from downloading to installing and setting up the monitoring services, all by yourself. You can add any software, malware detection tools and also design your own control panel.
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