Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) is a different kind of virtual private server, where you have dedicated CPU, RAM and DISK resources. Our Dedicated Servers are based on the KVM virtualization which provides you with better isolation between the guests. While on KVM VPS some resources are shared with other guests, on the VDS service you have the CPU threads assigned only to your server and the cores are not shared among other servers.
What is Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS)?
The VDS service looks and acts as a dedicated server, but has the features of the cloud like scaling, easy backups/snapshots, easy transfer, etc. We can say that VDS is the future of the Dedicated Cloud.
As we said, VDS is a server like every other server but on VDS the processing power is dedicated and is not shared with other servers (guests). You can spin to 100% CPU constantly and you can be sure that the full CPU power is reserved for you. Every CPU thread is pinned to a specific VDS by the hypervisor. Our VDS service is based on the powerful AMD EPYC chips and for storage we use one of the fastest NVMe drives. This guarantees you receive high performance 100% of the time.
The future Dedicated Cloud
The industry is changing, your applications require more power and we are improving our products and services in order to meet your needs. We believe that the Dedicated CPU servers are the future Dedicated Cloud. And we think that way because using VDS resolves some issues like easy provisioning, upgrading without downtime, creating a backup/snapshot of the whole system, easy monitoring, etc. And it saves a lot of money, because in the beginning you would probably need less CPU cores and you would want to scale-up when needed. Easy job when using VDS!
When do you need a Dedicated Server (VDS)?
Not every website or application needs a Dedicated Server. The VDS service is suitable for specific needs. As you may have guessed, the Virtual Dedicated Servers have stable and predictable high performance, it is very suitable for projects that require a lot of CPU usage or just high performance in general.
Using a VDS service gives you not only CPU power, but higher network and I/O performance. So, in brief, VDS is a perfect choice for resource-needy applications. And to be more practical these can be (but not limited to):
Online shops with a big amount of daily visitors and orders;
Applications that do a lot of calculations;