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How Do Virtual Private Servers Work?

If you are maintaining a busy site with an ever-increasing number of viewers, hits and file downloads, but cannot afford a dedicated hosting web server to cope with the expanded load, then explore our cost-effective virtual private server.

The Virtual Private Servers Hosting Solution Explained

1 CPU Core
20 GB Storage
$6.00 / month
VPS Virtua-1
1 CPU Core
40 GB Storage
$12.00 / month

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

When you order your virtual private server from BreHost, you are given the option to select between two cutting-edge data centers – Steadfast in Chicago, USA, & Pulsant in London, England, and we recommend you to pick the one closest to your physical location, so that you and your site's viewers can be served faster.

With BreHost's virtual private hosting servers, you can select an OS and install your own software (you receive full server root access). What's more, you can reboot your VPS web server at any given moment, keep an eye on the resource usage and monitor your traffic statistics in real time. You can pick between OpenVZ and KVM powered VPS hosting plans, and if you need assistance in managing your private virtual hosting server, you can try the additional managed services offered by us.

BreHost Virtual Private Servers – A Hosting Solution Optimized for Your Demands

For the sake of customers owning data-rich web sites, at BreHost we offer the Memcached distributed memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator, which will enormously increase the speed of your site and lower the server load. It's good to point out that BreHost's virtual private servers offer PostgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need.