High performance Cloud Servers & VPS with high availability options.
Gone are the days of waiting to have your server deployed. After choosing your desired configuration, your server will be up and running within a minute.
Our High availability servers have a guarantee of 99,99% uptime by triplicating your data and distributing it across multiple servers.
Build your ideal config by combining your virtual server with one of our additional cloud services such as Caching Load Balancer, Objects, DNS and Archive.
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At PCextreme we offer various types of servers to suit your needs. One of those options are our cloud servers, these share many similarities with our Standard Servers (aka VPS) but differ in a few key area’s: their high availability function and triple data replication makes them the most reliable server option.
Our Standard Servers on the other hand are most comparable to traditional VPS hosting. No bells and whistles, just raw computational power for a competitive price. They do however, offer some of the same conveniences that you may have grown accustomed to when used cloud services. Just like our cloud servers, they are billed daily and can be deployed within a minute via the control panel or API. These virtual private servers are perfect to use in a cluster, where you use several of these virtual servers to host your webapplication – effectively creating your own high available cluster of servers.
In the end, a cloud server is not necessarily better than a VPS, it all depends what your use case is. If your webapplication doesn’t lend itself to be distributed across multiple servers, then a high available cloud server is an excellent option. If you can distribute your application or if you simple need a simple fast server then you can’t go wrong with a VPS (Standard Server).
Using our affinity groups you can prevent having your cloud servers on the same physical server. On top of that, you can control which ingoing and outgoing ports should be open.
Fully automate your provisioning by instructing your virtual machine to execute code on its first boot with cloud-init.
Aside from an IPv4 address, your virtual server also receives an IPv6 address automatically.
Scale your website/application horizontally or vertically, by allocating additional RAM or by distributing the load over multiple servers.