vServer Center Cloud Servers
vServer Center’s fast and reliable cloud servers are available in a variety of hardware configurations and platforms — and support a wide range of popular Operating Systems.
Whether you are a Linux guru or a Windows expert, we have a cloud server that will meet your business needs at an affordable price. Order on-line or contact our knowledgeable on-premise sales staff, Monday through Friday, 8:00AM to 5:00PM(CST) at (314)621-9991
What is Cloud Server?
What is a Cloud Server?
- Cloud servers are a cost effective virtual server that provides the same functionality as a comparable physical (bare metal) server
- Cloud servers are created using virtualization software based on the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model
Cloud Server Advantages
- A highly redundant hardware infrastructure provide greater reliability and stability
- Isolated virtual environments and optional virtual firewalls provide cloud server security
- More affordable and flexible compared to (bare metal) Dedicated Servers
- Scalability allows for RAM, drive space and CPU Cores to be instantly increased on the fly
Why Chose vServerCenter
- Superior hardware and performance at an extremely competitive price
- A sophisticated cloud environment built upon an array of Enterprise blades and network storage
- Servers are located in our own state-of-the-art SOC-2/Level-2 certified and Privacy Shield (US/EU) certified data center facility
- Multiple top-tier internet backbone connections provides reliable and consistent resources to your users and customers
- Experienced and knowledgeable on-premise technical support staff is available 24 x 7 x 365 via phone, email or on-line ticketing system
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