HostSailor’s KVM VPS Hosting – Everything You Should Know

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KVM VPS Hosting

There are different software-based tools used to split a large physical server into multiple smaller VPSs. KVM is one of those virtualization technologies that helps hosting providers offer VPS servers to clients. HostSailor, as a leading web hosting provider, also offers KVM VPS servers to their clients. But, there are few things you need to know to understand why you should get it from us.

What is KVM VPS?

The acronym “KVM” represents Kernel-based Virtual Machine. RedHat developed it back in 2008. In this type of hosting, the operating system of the physical server simulates the hardware for that of the virtual private server to function on top of the former. Resources are not shared with others who access the same web server and are dedicated to that specific user. All users on the server remain fully isolated from one another. This isolation is very important because regardless of users’ actions, no one should interfere with how others’ website operates. This avoids hold-ups, which is a priority for most website owners.

Benefits of Choosing This Service from Us

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All our web servers are being powered by this virtualization technology, thereby giving you the quickest VPS service possible. The KVM VPS service allows you to have full isolation in the web server, meaning your hosting package would not be affected by the activities of others. This type of web hosting service guarantees you the full availability of resources such as RAM, bandwidth, disk space, and so forth.

Every guest who utilizes our KVM VPS hosting enjoys these dedicated resources, and part of what makes it so reliable is that independent access to VPS hardware. Consistently high levels of performance is also a given, because our KVM VPS hosting servers allow for extremely quick processing of every single task. It is also more secure compared to shared hosting.

You can go for RedHat-supported KVM hosting with Windows or Linux as an OS. If there is anything more that you would like to know about this, feel free to let us know.

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