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VPS Hosting Definition

If you are managing a resource-swallowing web site with an ever-increasing number of visitors, page views and file downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated hosting server to tackle the increased load, then have a gaze at our cost-effective VPS hosting package.

The VPS Hosting Solution Clarified

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) offers an insulated web hosting environment whereby the whole amount of CPU, RAM, data storage space and traffic resources is apportioned to you exclusively – as if you had a dedicated server hosting account.

When you order your virtual private server from Lime Server, you are given the option to pick between 2 state-of-the-art datacenter facilities – Steadfast in Chicago, United States of America, and Pulsant in London, England, and we suggest you to choose the one closest to your physical location, so that you and your website’s guests can be served quicker.

With Lime Server‘s virtual hosting servers, you can pick an Operating System and install your own software (you get complete root-level access). Moreover, you can restart your VPS hosting server at any moment, keep track of the resource usage and monitor your web traffic stats in real time. You can pick between OpenVZ and KVM powered VPS hosting plans, and if you need assistance in administering your VPS, you can make use of the additional managed services offered by us.

Lime Server Virtual Private Servers – A Hosting Solution Fitted to Your Demands

For the sake of customers having content-loaded websites, at Lime Server we provide the Memcached distributed memory object caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will tremendously increase the loading speed of your site and reduce the server load. It’s good to point out that Lime Server‘s VPS hosting packages offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can get all the flexibility and high-performance tools they require.

 

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