Linux KVM VPS is an ideal bridge between shared hosting and dedicated servers. With full root access, you’re able to install advanced software and completely customize virtually anything as if your KVM VPS were a dedicated server without the cost of one.
|Addons||Available for KVM VPS||Price|
|SAN Storage SAN 50GB||All||$22|
|SAN Storage SAN 100GB||All||$30|
|SAN Storage SAN 200GB||All||$42|
|SAN Storage SAN 300GB||All||$52|
|SAN Storage SAN 500GB||All||$73|
|NAME||VERSION / VALUE|
|CentOS||CentOS 6.x (64 BIT)|
|Virtualization||NA-KVM based virtualization|
|Apache||Included in cPanel|
|BIND||Included in cPanel|
|PHP||Included in cPanel|
|MySQL||Included in cPanel|
|Tomcat for Java (.jps files/servlets)||Included in cPanel|
|PhpMyAdmin||Included in cPanel|
|Ioncube loader||Included in cPanel|
|PGSQL||Included in cPanel|
|.NET Framework||Not Supported (Windows)|
|IIS (Internet Information Services)||Not Supported (Windows)|
|CloudLinux||Conversion not possible in Virtualized Environment|
|RDP or XRDP||NA (Shell Access for remote access)|
|Email Sending Limit||NA|
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