1.7 GHz 2c/2t
4 GB DDR3
1× 128 GB SSD SATA
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3.5 GHz 4c/8t
32 GB DDR3
2× 1 TB SSD SATA
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3.5 GHz 4c/8t
32 GB DDR3
1× 1 TB SSD SATA
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Frequently Asked Questions
A dedicated server is a type of hosting service where an entire physical server is leased to a single client or organization. It’s not shared with other users, providing full control and dedicated resources.
- High performance: Dedicated resources ensure optimal performance.
- Full control: You have root/admin access to configure the server.
- Enhanced security: Your data is isolated from other users.
- Customization: You can install and configure software as needed.
- Scalability: Resources can be adjusted to match your needs.
Dedicated servers provide an entire physical machine, while VPSs are virtual instances created on a shared server. Dedicated servers offer more resources and better performance but are also more expensive.
Typically, you’ll get the physical server, a specific amount of CPU, RAM, storage, and bandwidth, as well as an operating system. Some providers offer managed services like regular maintenance and monitoring.
- Managed: The hosting provider handles server maintenance, security, and software updates.
- Unmanaged: You are responsible for all aspects of server management, including security, updates, and configuration.
Consider your performance requirements, budget, technical expertise, and the specific applications or workloads you plan to run. Consult with your hosting provider for guidance.
Ensure that your server is regularly updated with security patches, use strong passwords, configure a firewall, and consider security software like intrusion detection systems (IDS) or intrusion prevention systems (IPS).
Yes, many hosting providers offer scalability options. You can upgrade to a more powerful server or downgrade if your requirements change.
The cost varies depending on factors like server specifications, location, and managed services. On average, dedicated servers can range from $50 to several hundred dollars per month.
The process can vary, but typically, it involves setting up the new server, transferring data and configurations, and updating your domain’s DNS records. Your hosting provider should assist with the migration.
This depends on your service level agreement (SLA). Providers may offer 24/7 technical support, hardware replacement guarantees, and various levels of managed services.
Yes, you can host multiple websites on a dedicated server by configuring virtual hosts or using containers like Docker. The number of websites you can host depends on your server’s resources.
Most hosting providers offer a choice of operating systems, including Linux distributions (e.g., CentOS, Ubuntu) and Windows Server.
Yes, you can set up a mail server like Postfix, Exim, or Microsoft Exchange on a dedicated server to manage your email communication.