Managed VPS Hosting Plans & Pricing
Our managed VPS hosting options are ideal solutions if you require the control of a dedicated server but need to keep your monthly costs down.
All feature included
- Free Site Migrations
- Free Dedicated IP Addresses
- Proactive Site and Server Monitoring
- Fully Managed Service
- 12-hour Incremental Backups
- PCI Compliance
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a VPS?
VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. Thanks to modern virtualization software (we use KVM), one physical server can be split into multiple virtual servers, allowing more efficient use of the server resources and lower prices for compute services.
What is the difference between the SmartVPS plans and the Startup, FirstClass and Ultimate plans?
The SmartVPS plans are tailored for web developers, agencies, and resellers, allowing them to easily manage the hosting services for their clients. The Startup, First Class, and Ultimate VPS plans are designed to provide a flexible and powerful solution for a single resource-demanding website.
What is the difference between managed and unmanaged VPS hosting?
On a managed VPS server, all software required for running websites, email, and databases is already installed, configured and tuned.
When should I consider the Ultimate plan?
The Ultimate plan is our most powerful VPS solution. You get 8 CPU cores, 32 GB of RAM, and 1 TB of SSD space.
What is the difference between VPS and Shared Hosting?
Simply put, shared hosting means your site will share the same server as many other sites. It’s usually the cheapest option but comes with limited bandwidth, administration, and performance capabilities. VPS hosting is a more premium option, with the ability for greater customization and increased performance.
What is the difference between VPS and Cloud Hosting?
The biggest difference between the two server environments is scale. If you’re looking to launch as quickly as possible and don’t care about scale, then a VPS server can be a great starting point. However, if you demand a flexible hosting setup and a high level of site performance and storage then it’s worth checking out a cloud hosting environment.