Exabytes Managed Windows VPS Hosting is built for speed and scalability. Our Virtual Private Servers offer an ideal solution to developers, designers and businesses to run their websites and applications with top-notch performance and spectacular stability.
When should I move to Windows VPS hosting?
If you’re outgrowing your web hosting or simply want more control, a Windows VPS (Virtual Private Server) is the next logical choice for your hosting needs. It gives you more freedom with root access, plus you can install an SSL certificate, as well as any type of software – all without the responsibility of a physical dedicated server.
On a shared server, you rely on the performance of the platform provided. By choosing Windows VPS, you get to select a configuration best suited for your applications, requirements and growth.
What is a VPS used for?
A VPS allows you to host sites (storefront, e-commerce, content, media etc.) and software applications (primarily web: portal, extranet, collaborative solutions, wiki, CRM etc.) with ease. Unlike shared hosting, Windows VPS hosting allows multiple applications to be isolated from one another within the same container. While this VPS container shares physical resources (infrastructure) with other containers, its resources are dedicated to you.
How do I upgrade my Windows VPS hosting?
You can upgrade your Windows VPS anytime by contacting our 24/7 support or hit the live chat on the bottom right.
Who can use a VPS?
Anybody with some technical skills; this is especially true for managed Windows VPS hosting. Required admin skills include access, file transfer, and configuration. We continue to develop more tools and features that will make it even easier to manage your server environment.
How do I migrate my web hosting contents to Windows VPS hosting?
If you’re a current Exabytes shared hosting customer, our team can provide insights and share best practices for your migration. We also provide a paid migration service. Otherwise, it’s up to you to migrate your data and applications onto the Windows VPS and reconfigure the DNS on your own.