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What Does VPS Hosting Stand for?

If you are managing a popular website with an ever-expanding number of viewers, page views and file downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated hosting web server solution to cope with the expanded load, then have a glimpse at our cost-efficient VPS package.

The VPS Hosting Service Explained

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) offers an insulated hosting environment whereby the entire amount of CPU, RAM memory, disk space and traffic resources is assigned to you solely – as if you were hosted on a dedicated hosting web server.

When you order your VPS from Hosting On The Hudson, you are given the possibility to choose between 2 state-of-the-art data center facilities – Steadfast in Chicago, USA, & Pulsant in London, England, and we suggest you to choose the one closest to your location, so that you and your web site's visitors can be served quicker.

With Hosting On The Hudson's private virtual hosting servers, you can choose an OS and install your own software configurations (you acquire full root privileges). On top of that, you can reboot your virtual private hosting server at any particular time, keep track of the system resource consumption and check your bandwidth statistics in real time. You can select between OpenVZ & KVM powered VPS hosting packages, and if you need help managing your private virtual web server, you can make use of the optional managed services offered by us.

Hosting On The Hudson VPSs – A Web Hosting Solution Adjusted to Your Needs

For the sake of clients having data-heavy websites, at Hosting On The Hudson we provide the Memcached memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will tremendously speed up your site and diminish the load on the server. It's worth mentioning that Hosting On The Hudson's VPS packages offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-level tools they need.