VDS Hosting FAQ’s
What is VDS?
VDS stands for Virtual Dedicated Server. Unlike shared hosting, where multiple websites share the resources of a single physical server, VDS provides each user with an isolated virtual server on the same physical server, allowing for dedicated resource allocation. This setup can be configured and managed according to the user’s specific needs. A VDS solution offers businesses greater flexibility and control over their websites and server resources, delivering improved performance and enhanced security compared to shared hosting, all at a fraction of the cost of dedicated servers.
What is the difference between a Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) Hosting?
VPS Hosting is an unmanaged Linux server and is perfect for users who need command-line access. The platform gives you the freedom to configure your virtual machine to the exact specifications needed for your project or application.
Virtual Dedicated Server Hosting has all the benefits of VPS Hosting, with the additional advantage of dedicated CPU cores. Virtual Dedicated Server hosting is perfect for customers who need dedicated resources and more power, without the cost of a Bare Metal server.
What billing options are available for Virtual Dedicated Server Hosting?
At RamNode, we only charge for the resources you need and use. Simply add at least $3 in Cloud Credit through your Client Area to get started. Credits will be deducted from your credit bank based on the hourly cost of your services. Monitor your usage on your virtual dedicated server and add more credits as needed in your Client Area.
What are the hardware specifications for a RamNode Virtual Dedicated Server?
RamNode uses Intel E3 and E Series (3.2GHz+) server hardware configuration with RAID10 solid-state drive at each of our data center locations for our Virtual Dedicated Servers.