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What Does VPS Hosting Stand for?

Usually, guaranteed system resources and full server root privileges are available with dedicated packages, but Sharplogics server virtualization technology enables them to offer very moderately priced VPSs that cost less than a dedicated hosting web server. Sharplogics VPS infrastructure is exceptional. Each hardware node is an enterprise-grade physical server offering 2 x Opteron 6128 8-core CPUs, up to one hundred and twenty eight GB of DDR3 ECC reg. RAM memory and multiple high-performance 600GB SAS server disk drives in a RAID 10 configuration.

Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian OSs

Sharplogics offers different OSs (Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian). There is a variety of Control Panel choices available with the all VPS hosting server plans provided by Sharplogics. The clients can pick between DirectAdmin, Hepsia and cPanel, and while the popular cPanel hosting Control Panel is available as a paid option, the cost-free Hepsia CP is intended for those seeking a user-friendly full-featured web hosting Control Panel.

A Free-of-Cost Control Panel

If you juxtapose the cPanel Control Panel and Sharplogics's Hepsia hosting CP, you will notice that the Hepsia web hosting Control Panel looks better and works considerably faster. Another major upside is that, in contrast with the cPanel hosting Control Panel, everything is well arranged and users can perform multiple tasks. With the Hepsia CP, you will be able to administer all your domains, email boxes, files, etc. from a single location. This hosting Control Panel is not only intuitive, but it also offers domain name registration and transfer options – something, which is lacking in cPanel. Furthermore, Hepsia offers comprehensive statistics, the Varnish Cache web accelerator and the Memcached distributed memory object caching system, a complete range of database administration tools for your MySQL and PgSQL databases, a single-click web application installer and more.