What is a VPS?

A VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a virtual machine that is hosted on a physical server but operates as an independent server. It is a type of web hosting service that provides users with dedicated resources, such as CPU, RAM, storage, and bandwidth, within a virtual environment.

With a VPS, multiple virtual servers can run simultaneously on a single physical server, each running its own operating system and applications. This isolation allows users to have more control and customization options compared to shared hosting, where multiple users share resources on the same server.

VPS hosting is popular among website owners, developers, or businesses that require more power, flexibility, and security than shared hosting but do not need the entire physical server dedicated to their use. It offers a balance between affordability and performance, making it a suitable choice for various hosting needs. See Eleven2’s VPS packages.