What is VPS hosting?

VPS hosting is high performance web hosting.

Instead of pooled community resources (as in 'shared hosting'), VPS hosting is defined by the availability of reserved server resources, much like a dedicated server, where there is 1 user for 1 physical machine.

  • Dedicated RAM (memory), SSD (file storage), and CPU processing, physically reserved for your server. Not shared.
  • Dedicated network bandwidth and IPv4/v6 addresses assigned exclusively to your server. Not shared.

How to Use a VPS


Use the SolVPS Secure Client Panel to manage your hosting services, settings, support requests, and more. Some of the key features include:

  • Overview of all hosted services
  • Upgrade/downgrade servers on demand
  • Support, billing, email history, and all aspects of your customer account in one place
  • Sub-user management for delegating access to your organization
  • Available two-factor authentication for enhanced account security

Connect to a VPS from anywhere. Whether a Windows or Linux VPS, you can use secure connection methods to remotely transfer files and manage the server.

  • RDP/Remote Desktop (Windows) or SSH/FTP (Linux)
  • Dedicated, secure connection directly to your VPS
  • Accessible from any device, over any internet connection
  • Compatible with all apps including RDC, TeamViewer, Putty/WinSCP, FileZilla
  • Compatible with all operating systems and mobile devices

Enjoy easy configuration of Forward and Reverse DNS records, and easily point domain names to virtual servers.

  • Setup domain(s) with our nameservers, even if purchased elsewhere
  • Configure RDNS (PTR) records for assigned IP addresses
  • Host unlimited domains and DNS records

The VM Manager provides secure access to core server settings and 'hard wired' rescue options:

  • Shutdown/reboot virtual server
  • Reinstall the server's Operating System
  • Access in-browser KVM console for direct video access to the server
  • Mount ISO images for direct installation

What can you do with a virtual server?

Virtual servers can run many applications. They are low-cost and easily expandable servers that can be configured to meet the needs of different applications, ideal for hosting:


  • High traffic websites, blogs, and CMS
  • Compute nodes, file stores, and on-demand services
  • Email, DNS, and other uptime-critical applications
  • Online stores and e-commerce platforms
  • SQL and database hosting
  • Development environments
  • Remote workstations for your organization
  • Media streaming and transcoding
  • Gameservers and voice servers
  • Other user systems, databases, and back-ends









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