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Dedicated IP
Dedicated IP
Full Root Access
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SSD Disk Drives
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100 MB/S Network


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Plan CPU Power RAM Storage Bandwidth Price
Managed-A 4 Core 8 GB 50 GB NVMe 32 TBUnlimited Incoming Tk 3750/mo ORDER
Managed-B 6 Core 16 GB 100 GB NVMe 32 TBUnlimited Incoming Tk 4750/mo ORDER
Managed-C 8 Core 30 GB 200 GB NVMe 32 TBUnlimited Incoming Tk 5900/mo ORDER
Managed-D 10 Core 60 GB 400 GB NVMe 32 TBUnlimited Incoming Tk 8400/mo ORDER


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VPS stands for Virtual Private Server.The main feature of VPS hosting is the virtual aspect. It relies upon virtualization technology, which creates a virtual server on top of an existing physical server. So, you have a single physical server, and this is divided up into multiple virtual servers. These virtual servers operate entirely separate from one another. They all have their own dedicated server resources.

So, you won’t have to share your RAM, CPU, or storage with other websites, even though you still might be on the same physical server. Compare this to shared hosting, where you’re sharing a physical server with potentially thousands of other websites. Plus, there’s a chance that other websites can end up negatively impacting your site when you’re using a shared server.

Essentially, a VPS will act similar to a dedicated server. But, it’s much cheaper, which makes it more accessible to a variety of different website owners. You can think of VPS hosting like living in a high-rise apartment complex.

The overall structure of the building is being shared between every apartment in the building. But, each apartment is completely isolated from one another. You can customize your space however you see fit, and you won’t have any issues with other apartments impacting your space.

In this scenario, the physical server you’re all sharing is the physical structure of the building while each apartment is an individual VPS server.

With VPS hosting the virtual server environment emulates a traditional physical server. With virtualization technology (mentioned above) the physical server is broken up into multiple virtual servers via a partition.

Each of these partitions operates as a virtual server that allows each user to install their own operating system, software, and more. Just as you would a traditional dedicated server. This type of partition is similar to when you partition your personal computer to run multiple operating systems, like Windows and Mac. Each operating system functions in a container in complete isolation from the other OS.

Even though a VPS server is virtual, it operates in the same fashion as a physical server. So, you don’t have to worry about issues with other sites impacting your website.

Hosting your website on a VPS gives you access to a guaranteed level of server resources that you’ll never have to split between other users.

  • Improved Performance
  • Greater Storage and Bandwidth
  • Higher Levels of Reliability
  • Greater Server Control and Customization
  • Ability to Scale Your Server Setup
  • Cheaper When Compared to Dedicated Hosting
  • Have Support From a Skilled Tech Team
  • Higher Levels of Security

Most users who outgrow their initial shared hosting plans will upgrade to VPS hosting. This form of hosting gives you more control over your hosting environment, along with added server storage and bandwidth. With this you can easily support larger sites that get high volumes of traffic.

However, some site owners may need VPS hosting from the start. For example, if you’re running an eCommerce website, or a site that requires higher levels of security, then it makes sense to start with VPS hosting right from the start.

But, most website owners will grow into VPS hosting. Once you’ve reached the limits of shared hosting and are noticing a decline in performance, then it’s time to upgrade. Unless you have the budget and need for a dedicated server, VPS will probably be your best option.

Running your site on a VPS server is a little more technical in nature. It’s a step up from shared hosting, which is incredibly easy to manage on your own.

If you run into an issue with your server, or your site goes offline for a mysterious reason you’ll want to ensure there’s a quality support team that can help you out.