Dedicated Web Hosting Explanation
Dedicated web hosting is a service where the client rents an entire physical server and does not share its resources with anybody else. The prime benefit of the dedicated web hosting solution over the shared web hosting one is its power and flexibility. With a dedicated hosting web server, the customers have complete autonomy and full control over their web presence.
Premium-Quality Dedicated Web Hosting Services
16 GB DDR4 ECC REG RAM
2x256 GB SSD Hard Drives
64 GB DDR4 RAM
2x1000 GB SSD Hard Drives
With the dedicated servers offered by us, you will be able to select an Operating System for your machine and run any software supported by it due to the complete root access you are bestowed with and the secure SSH connection. All dedicated web hosting packages offer powerful hardware configurations, a rock-solid network connectivity, 1 dedicated IP address and large data storage space, web traffic and RAM quotas for your increasing web hosting needs. Each and every dedicated web server is backed up by a ninety-nine point nine percent server uptime SLA and is configured on your behalf for free. You can use the Memcache distributed memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator. In addition, you are offered PostgreSQL, NodeJS and InnoDB support, as well as a web hosting Control Panel of your choosing. The Hepsia and DirectAdmin web hosting Control Panels are free, but you can also install cPanel as an upgrade.
Additional Features & Upgrades
And in case you need assistance in administering your dedicated web server, you could consider resorting to our administration services. The latter differ with the different web hosting vendors. At Aasa Studio Business Hosting, we offer up to fifty gigabytes of backup storage space, weekly weekly Operating System updates, server monitoring, custom software installation and script troubleshooting services. All these upgrades are offered during the signup process, but you can also order them from your Dedicated Plan Manager later.