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Here's our list of apps for Virtual Private Server Software. Filters help you narrow down the results to find exactly what you’re looking for.
vSphere is a server virtualization software designed to help businesses manage applications and modernize workflows using virtual machines, Kubernetes, and containers. Enterprises can protect their hybrid cloud infrastructure against malware, ransomware, and other threats using built-in security capabilities.
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Hostinger is a virtual private server and website optimization software that helps businesses create websites, monitor vulnerabilities, conduct daily backups, set up file transfer protocol (FTP) accounts, and more from within a unified platform. It allows staff members to to utilize SSL certificates and cache-engine to ensure website protection.
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Plesk is a WebOps and hosting platform designed to help users run, grow and automate their apps, sites, and business. The software offers a full set of technical, security and automation tools in a single hosting platform, including full & incremental backups, resource usage monitoring, and more.
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cPanel & WHM is a server management solution that helps IT professionals, developers, as well as small and midsize businesses create websites, domains, and cPanel accounts. The solution enables teams to utilize phpMyAdmin, MySQL Wizard, and other tools to design and launch custom databases.
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DigitalOcean is a cloud management software designed to help businesses build and launch applications in cloud environments. Administrators can use the platform to set up application development frameworks, maintain product catalogs, and capture and store business data in a centralized repository.
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Cloudways is a managed cloud hosting platform, which helps businesses in eCommerce, IT, and media sectors launch, manage, and maintain applications and servers. Features include automated backups, IP whitelisting, two-factor authentication, patching & real-time monitoring.
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Linode makes it easy to manage your applications in the cloud.
Flat pricing across every global data center, an intuitive cloud manager, full-featured API, best-in-class documentation, and award-winning support.
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Amazon Lightsail is a virtual private server (VPS) designed to help businesses deploy web applications, create websites, run open-source and commercial software, and create testing environments. It lets users route web traffic across instances to accommodate variations in traffic through load balancing.
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Atlantic.Net Cloud Platform is designed to help organizations launch and scale their businesses using cloud infrastructure and services. The ACP secure control panel enables teams to create and manage cloud virtual servers, SSH keys, DNS records, block storage, private and public IPs, and more from within a single platform.
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OVHcloud is a cloud security software that helps businesses utilize dedicated servers to build websites and manage online presence. The platform enables administrators to check the availability of domain names and transfer them to various extensions including .dev, .info, .shop, and .com.br.
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Cloud VPS is a cloud-based software that provides businesses with tools to host and securely manage private virtual servers on a centralized platform. Supervisors can monitor the performance of servers, mitigate risks, and automatically protect the system against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.
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DreamHost Virtual Private Servers is a cloud-based managed VPS hosting service, which enables businesses to handle performance, security, and updates across websites and applications. It helps IT teams protect CPU and RAM, alter the memory, and reboot the server from the panel.
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Vultr provides cloud and private servers, solid-state drives (SSDs), hosting, and other cloud infrastructure solutions to help users develop, deploy, and manage applications, games, software, and operating systems. The platform allows developers to launch games servers, WordPress blogs, development environments, and more using one-click apps.
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UpCloud is an Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platform, which enables businesses to run web applications within a secured production environment. IT teams can deploy and configure various resources such as CPU, RAM, storage, and IP addresses independently.
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Hostwinds VPS is an unmanaged service that allows businesses to host and manage Linux and Windows virtual private servers using cloud portals. It allows supervisors to maintain a backup of data in real-time and recover the server using snapshots to specific events in case of sudden failure.
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AccuWebHosting offers Windows and Linux operating systems-based virtual private servers for managing forex trading, installing management consoles, and more. It provides dedicated virtual resources such as storage, hosting, random access memory (RAM), server, and more to manage deployment and hosting for websites and mobile/web applications.
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AWS Direct Connect is a virtual private server software that helps businesses create and manage private end-to-end network connections between data centers, offices, and colocation facilities across global networks.
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