A VPS is a virtual dedicated server that runs as part of a larger physical server. This is a method of dividing a physical server into several servers, each of which has the appearance and capabilities of a separate machine.

Scientific foundations of VPS

VPS hosting uses virtualization technology, in which the physical server is divided into virtual compartments. Each compartment runs its own operating system (OS), which is independent of the others, which allows you to create a private, secure and customizable environment.

Key Features of VPS

Isolation. Each VPS works independently and is not affected by other VPS on the same physical server.

Customization. Users can customize their VPS environment as they wish, including the choice of OS and software.

Allocated resources. VPS have their own set of resources, which ensures stable performance.

VPS, shared and dedicated hosting

VPS hosting. The balance between shared and dedicated hosting. It provides a lot of customization options and resources, but it does not require the cost of a dedicated server.

Shared hosting. Several websites share the resources of the same server. It is cost-effective, but may have a lower speed and limited customization options.

Dedicated hosting. The entire server is allocated to a single user or website. It is a powerful and customizable server, but its cost is higher.

Who is suitable for VPS

  • Growing sites. Sites with growing traffic that exceeds the capabilities of virtual hosting.
  • Developers. Those who require special software or configurations that are not supported by virtual hosting.
  • E-commerce platforms. Online stores that require increased security and performance.

Pros and cons of VPS


  • It can be configured flexibly depending on the needs.
  • The allocated resources ensure stable operation speed.
  • Increased privacy and security.


  • High cost compared to shared hosting.
  • Technical knowledge is needed for management and maintenance.
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