|KVM-SAS-1||1||512 MB||40 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-2||1||1 GB||60 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-3||2||2 GB||100 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-4||2||4 GB||200 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-5||2||8 GB||400 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-6||7||16 GB||800 GB||200 Mbit/s||
|KVM-SAS-7||8||32 GB||1200 GB||200 Mbit/s||
KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) — hardware virtualization technology, allows you to create on the host machine full virtual analogue of the physical server. KVM allows you to create completely isolated from the "neighbors" virtual server with its own operating system kernel, the user can customize and modify to suit your needs without any restrictions. Each such server is allocated its own area in the RAM and hard disk space, a private network card, which increases the overall reliability of the operation of the server.
Group of KVM-SAS tariff plans built on the basis of the traditional HDD (SAS) with the use of SSD drives (for caching). Virtual KVM-SAS servers have the optimal speed of the disk subsystem IO and the large volume disk.
A virtual server is a democratic version of a dedicated server. Access by SSH gives you complete freedom: install the necessary software, run any number of sites. Can be installed on any operating system of choice (Debian, CentOS, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, Windows Server, Solaris).
|Additional IPv4 address (1 included, 10 maximum)||2|
|Additional IPv6 address (1 included, 10 maximum)||0.16|