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VPS MAX Pluto
1 CPU Core
1 GB RAM
30 GB Storage
$13.75 / month

VPS MAX Eris
1 CPU Core
2 GB RAM
50 GB Storage
$22.90 / month

VPS MAX Mercury
2 CPU Cores
3 GB RAM
70 GB Storage
$39.95 / month

Definition of VPS hosting

Cloud web hosting is the future of web hosting. The VPS packages offered by MaxTECH Hosting permit you to take advantage of a cloud hosting platform without needing to possess any technical experience. You plainly upload and configure your site – as if you had a traditional hosting account. However, with MaxTECH Hosting in-house developed cloud virtual server hosting infrastructure, you will suffer less slowdowns and downtimes and your site will be operating at its full potential. Say 'howdy' to enhanced stability, reliability and inner peace!

Generally, a cloud-hosted website is running on multiple connected web servers rather than operating on a single web hosting server. With MaxTECH Hosting, each hardware node is a carrier-grade web hosting server featuring 2 x Opteron 6128 8-core processors, up to a hundred and twenty eight gigabytes of DDR3 ECC reg. memory and numerous high-reliability 600GB SAS hard drives in a RAID 10 configuration. Based on the cutting-edge KVM platform, which is popular for its stability, the VPS hosting offer a range of OS choices, as well as free (Hepsia) and paid (cPanel) Control Panel tools. MaxTECH Hosting provides additional administration services, including weekly Operating System updates and data backups. You can order extra dedicated IP addresses as well.

High-Performance VPS Hosting Solutions

For clients with content-laden sites, MaxTECH Hosting provides the Memcached memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator, which will speed up your web site and lower the load on the server. Also, MaxTECH Hosting' VPSs also offer PоstgreSQL, InnoDB and NodeJS support, so power users can find all the flexibility and high-performance tools they need without the need to migrate to an expensive dedicated package.