Windows 2016 VPS

  • KVM NVMe VPS 2 GB
    • CPU 2 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 2 GB
    • HDD 30GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 9/month
    9/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 4 GB
    • CPU 2 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 4 GB
    • HDD 50GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 14/month
    14/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 8 GB
    • CPU 4 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 8 GB
    • HDD 80GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 30/month
    30/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 12 GB
    • CPU 6 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 12 GB
    • HDD 140GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 60/month
    60/month
  • KVM NVMe VPS 16 GB
    • CPU 8 x Xeon Core
    • RAM 16 GB
    • HDD 200GB
    • BANDWIDTH 1 Gbps
    • IPv4 / IPv6
    € 88/month
    88/month
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  • What is a fully managed dedicated server? What is a fully managed dedicated server?
    We speak about a fully managed dedicated server if the service provider manages all the technical processes behind the server running
  • What does RAM mean on VPS? What does RAM mean on VPS?
    RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a space used by your server for computing operations. RAM influences directly on the VPS functionality. Hence, a common concern among VPS users is how much RAM they need. This is not an easy question
  • What is the difference between VPS and VPN? What is the difference between VPS and VPN?
    Many people confuse between VPS and VPN. It is normal, they sound very similar. However, they are completely different services. A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual space in a physical server. A client can use this space as their server
  • Exploring Linux Bash History Exploring Linux Bash History
    In a Linux server environment, you'll frequently interact with the terminal. Most Linux distributions come with the bash shell as the default, so you're likely to use it
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