Hosting.international support will help you to choose the right root dedicated, vps server or shared webhosting plan, will consult you how to manage the purchased product using your client area. They are using latest versions of cloud images for your virtual servers as well as latest OS releases for dedicated servers. Simple configuration of all resources, add or remove your private firewall rules, view all resources usage. Pay with Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, Paypal or any credit card. Your KVM VPS is easily managed from the client area. Manage VPS from your PC, laptop, tablet or mobile device.
With KVM technology enabled for this VPS, your servers are powered with increased flexibility and control. They are here for you 24/7/365 via Ticket system and Email to assist with any questions you may have. They use latest models of Supermicro TwinPro servers which are optimized for cloud, HPC, and virtualization. You can create your private infrastructure on the high speed interconnection which is completely isolated. In combination with HP enterprise storage and redundancy of all network equipment your infrastructure is rock solid.
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Infrastructure key features
By default all your dedicated servers are configured with 2 HDDs/SSDs in software RAID1 (unless you have ordered server with hardware RAID) No matter what happens – your data is secured.
Hosting.international technical assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by Ticket system and email. They are using only Tier IV datacenters (2(N+1)) for your infrastructure. They are using Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) which is an open source virtualization technology built into Linux®. Specifically, KVM lets you turn Linux into a hypervisor that allows a host machine to run multiple, isolated virtual environments called guests or virtual machines (VMs).
Certified Data Center
No compromises, they are using only Tier IV datacenters where all equipment is dual-powered and all components are redundant. Sure, you can just install new kernel version or compile your own build. Reboot your VPS and safely watch the boot or rollback using your VNC console in the clientarea.
Hosting.international operate in 3 datacenters using own AS and about 12000 IP addresses that provide ultra fast and reliable networks using best routing with lowest ping. All hardware is located in the locked racks and cages under 24/7 monitoring without any probability of 3rd party access according to ISO/IEC 27001 standards.
Hosting.international KVM-based VPS hypervisor technology ensures consistent top-notch performance and the resources of the server can be scaled as your business expands. Currently they offer VPS and shared hosting service in your datacenter located in Czech Republic (your AS213354), heart of Europe with best routing to all EU countries. Soon they will offer it in Singapore (your AS50935) and Ukraine (your partner`s AS48031). Dedicated servers are offered in Ukraine and Czech Republic. They can offer 100 Mb/s (default) or 1 Gb/s uplink for extra cost. All traffic is totally unlimited, you don`t have t worry about anything.
Top network and uplinks
Hosting.international operate own Autonomous Systems AS213354 in Czech Republic and AS50935 in Singapore using multiple reputed ISPs to ensure high stability, eliminate single point of failure. With the plans that include IPMI access you will get it for free. For other plans they can provide KVM-over-IP for free. Please contact to get more details. By default they provide 2 IPv4 addresses. If you need more please contact , they are able to provide as much as you need.
How Does KVM Work?
KVM converts Linux into a type-1 (bare-metal) hypervisor. All hypervisors need some operating system-level components—such as a memory manager, process scheduler, input/output (I/O) stack, device drivers, security manager, a network stack, and more—to run VMs. KVM has all these components because it’s part of the Linux kernel. Every VM is implemented as a regular Linux process, scheduled by the standard Linux scheduler, with dedicated virtual hardware like a network card, graphics adapter, CPU(s), memory, and disks.