We offer Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting that gives you the flexibility and full independent control of having your own machine.
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Depending on your level of technical expertise, your VPS is completely customizable. Get root access to your server, choose your Operating System (CentOS, Ubuntu or Debian), and decide if you want to install a cPanel.
Keep your “virtual” hosting environment in the safest of hands thanks to state-of-the-art hardware and software firewalls, alongside our internal security package. Routine server backups also mean further peace of mind.
Enjoy 20X faster storage with pure Solid State Drive (SSD) storage, designed to enhance performance over the traditional Hard Disk Drives (HDD) preferred by VPS competitors. The result? Significant improvements to your website's speed, performance, and loading times.
We offer 24/7 support to all our VPS Plan that you purchase. If you have any questions, want to discuss your customization options or upgrade your Server Management? With URHITECH Web Solution, you can count on us to help you out — no matter what.
Short for a Virtual Private Server, a VPS refers to the partitioning of a physical server into multiple ones. Since each VPS features its own Operating System (OS), it receives a specific share of resources from one physical server so they are isolated, unable to interfere, and can be separately rebooted.
Choosing a VPS usually implies that you already have some basic server management knowledge and skills. With Urhtech Web Hosting, however, you can rely on us to set up everything for you. If you prefer to do things on your own, please refer to our Knowledgebase article, specifically the VPS section.
Ideal for web developers, bloggers, resellers, and e-commerce owners, we offer top security, flexibility if and when your business scales in size, independence from neighbors, and full control over your hosting environment. The best part? It’s all at an affordable price.
VPS Hosting answers any issue of scalability and limited resources. A VPS is more powerful than Shared Hosting, where you still technically “share” the server with others but you have more control over how you use the virtual space. A VPS is similar to a Dedicated Server but the resources are allocated between individual websites. Although it’s the most expensive option, Dedicated Server Hosting gives you sole access to all the resources available