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What is VPS?

What is VPS?
A VPS, or virtual private server, is a virtual machine which is sold separately and as a service by an internet housing service. VPS’s give you the ability to have your own server on your own resources, which means that the software you run on your computer can be split into a number of pieces and have different resources assigned to each of those pieces. Think of it like cutting apart a piece of pie, each VPS is able to split apart data so that one server doesn’t have to commit to handling all of your data.

The most useful aspect of a VPS is the added security it provides. By cutting up your software so it runs on individual sources, your security wherewithal increases as it becomes significantly harder to acquire each piece of information as it split apart by the VPS. VPS cost anywhere from €4.00 for 1 vCore(s), 3.5 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 30 GB SSD, 1 TB Traffic to €32.00 for 4 vCore(s), 3.5 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 80 GB SSD, 4 TB Traffic.