Discover the power of KVM virtualization in our Windows and Linux servers
Jonathan - Engineering
In the world of hosting, the technology behind your virtual server is as crucial as the server itself. Our Windows and Linux virtual servers are powered by KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) virtualization technology, a leading solution in the industry known for its robustness and efficiency.
What is KVM virtualization?
KVM is a virtualization technology that turns Linux into a hypervisor, allowing multiple operating systems to share a single hardware host. Each operating system operates as if it's running on its dedicated server, ensuring high performance and security. It's a popular choice in the industry and is even the technology behind Amazon AWS's powerful cloud services.
Why we choose KVM for our servers
Performance: KVM provides near-native performance for the virtual machines it hosts. This means your Windows or Linux server runs efficiently, with excellent speed and responsiveness.
Flexibility: Whether you prefer Windows or Linux, KVM supports a wide range of guest operating systems. This flexibility allows us to offer you a choice of environments without compromising on performance.
Industry standard: Being widely adopted in the industry, including by giants like Amazon AWS, KVM is continually updated and supported by a vast community. Its widespread use is a testament to its reliability and performance.
The benefits for you
Choosing our virtual servers means you're getting top-notch performance, thanks to KVM's efficient resource management and strong isolation. Whether you're running a small personal site or a demanding business application, you can count on our servers to provide a stable, secure, and fast environment.
Explore our Windows and Linux virtual server options at our sign-up page.