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What is VPS hosting?

Servers are powerful computer systems for hosting, which host websites or software apps so multiple users can access them at once. Like other computers, servers have certain performance characteristics, for example, the memory, the hard drive and the power of the processors. A virtual server, also known as a vServer or VPS (Virtual Private Server), works according to the same principle. However, a virtual server does not use dedicated hardware, like a hard drive or CPU, rather it accesses one or more parts of certain hardware resources. This means a VPS has some performance characteristics that differ from those of a physical server. For example, the virtual hard drive capacity can be spread over various hard drives, or only use a part of a physical hard drive. 

The advantage of a virtual server is the flexible allocation of physical server resources, which allows for the creation of tailor-made server sizes and in turn makes renting a vServer very cost efficient. The opposite of a vServer is a dedicated server, where specific hardware resources are rented either in their full capacity, or just one or more processors and hard drives. Our vServers, like a dedicated server, give you full root access. That means you decide how you want to use VPS hosting – completely in private and independently from other users. You can also choose between Linux or Windows-based operating systems. You rent your vServer at an affordable monthly rate. Our virtual server packages offer various performance levels for your individual needs.

What is the difference between virtualisation and emulation?

Although similar concepts, there are some key differences between emulation and virtualisation. In short, the emulation process replaces hardware with software, whereas a virtual machine uses physical hardware directly.

Emulation is essentially the process of enabling one computer system (the host) to behave like another computer system (the guest). It uses a virtual machine (VM) in order to simulate hardware, therefore creating a virtual environment that acts similarly to a physical hardware environment. This mimicking process is quite common in the world of gaming. For example, many gamers use emulators to play classic game consoles on their computer.

Virtualisation on the other hand, utilises a computer's existing hardware system and distributes it onto several VMs. For this, a virtual private server (VPS) can be utilised to provide users diverse server functionality that is similar to that of a dedicated server. Virtualisation aims to use all computer resources to their fullest potential resulting in high performance, maximum reliability and reduced hardware costs.

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