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VPS Help!

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03-16-2012, 06:08 AM
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Hey everyone!
So i have seen everyone talking about VPS and all that.
What exactly does it do for you?
How can people run their bot views off it?

What are the uses?

Sorry for noob question...

Appreciate all your hel
IM

03-16-2012, 09:10 AM
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A VPS is a Virtual Private Server. Unlike a shared hosting environment, a VPS provides you with a slice of a whole dedicated server and actually guarantees certain dedicated resources like RAM (something shared hosting accounts do not offer).

A VPS is recommended for more intense websites that do a lot more processing work than average websites.

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Thinks of a VPS as a physical server. However, unlike physical server the VPS (VMs) are created through virtualization technologies. Tehre are various virtualization technologies, which create a different virtual environments that run on top of the physical machine. I'd suggest you to spend some time reading about virtualization.

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A VPS is an allocation of a physical servers resources. It is isolated so you have all the control of a dedicated server without the price point.

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I would recommend shared hosting if you aren't familiar with how a VPS works, but if you do get one find a provider that offers you cPanel and managed services.

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