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What Do Virtual Private Servers Represent?

The expression "Virtual Private Server" refers to a server virtualization technology, which allows one physical machine to be split into a few virtual machines. On a virtual private server, you can operate independently of the others. You can select an Operating System and, thanks to the complete root access you are bestowed with, you can install your own software configurations.

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With Anarchista Networks, you can choose between KVM & OpenVZ powered VPS hosting packages. Based on the preferred virtualization technology, your virtual web server hosting plan will come with the SolusVM Admin Panel, which will enable you to restart your virtual private hosting server at any given time, keep track of the resource usage and check your web traffic stats. Furthermore, with any of the VPS hosting packages offered by Anarchista Networks, you will get the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel for free.

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In case you need help handling your VPS, Anarchista Networks offers additional managed services, including weekly backups and OS updates, VPS server monitoring, restarting, custom software installation, script error solving, etc. procedures. All these upgrades are offered during the account setup procedure, but you can also order them from your VPS Plan Manager tool later.

Furthermore, for the sake of customers owning content-loaded, dynamic web sites, Anarchista Networks offers a high-performance web application accelerator – Varnish Cache, which can be installed in front of any web server that speaks HTTP and configured to cache the content. Varnish Cache will improve the speed of your site, substantially lower the server load and guarantee a more stable and dependable web hosting service.

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