What is VPS Hosting?

If you are new to the prospect of starting your own website, chances are you are overwhelmed by all the terminology and acronyms. You may have found yourself asking “What is VPS hosting?”  

In a nutshell, VPS stands for Virtual Private Server and it is an in-between option between having a dedicated server and shared server hosting your website. There are some specific advantages to using a VPS and some options that can make hosting your website super smooth.  
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Is There Such a Thing as Free VPS Linux Hosting?

Are there companies out there who offer free VPS Linux hosting? Yes, there are many, and while you may be tempted to consider them, you should know what “free” actually means.

The free service very likely have serious drawbacks. You could face limited resources and features, backup problems with your site, and terms and conditions may have hidden fees, contract requirements and/or lack of service coverage and downtime prevention guarantees. In addition, they may even restrict ownership of your own website.
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DDoS Attack – Is My VPS Protected?

Web hosting is critical to the success for your business and message. Unfortunately, if left unprotected, your “home on the internet” may be vulnerable to a wide variety of attacks from hackers and malicious organizations. One type of threat to your online presence is a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. This type of an attack is an attempt to prevent any visitors from accessing your website, causing serious harm your customer confidence and web reputation, not to mention the potential for lost revenue.
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What is High-Availability (HA) VPS?

What is high availability VPS?

When you run a business, you can’t risk having a subpar website. It should be available and running well 24/7 to meet the demands of your customers. If your site has been operating on a shared server and you’ve noticed some performance issues, it might be time to consider high-availability VPS.
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