Our virtual servers are primarily for customers who want to be flexible at any time. Through cost-transparent cloud functions, you can adapt your vServer Cloud solution to the current workload at any time and make day-to-day or monthly-accurate settlements. Our vServer solutions are ideally suited for their own Internet presence and smaller web applications.
All our vServer with Windows for rent at a glance. Now compare our vServer with Windows to find the right virtual server for Windows 2016, Windows 2012 or Windows 2008. Compare the different features of the VPS Windows and order your vServer quickly and easily. If you want to rent a Linux vServer, these virtual servers can also be viewed in comparison.
Now rent your vServer with Windows Server operating system. The new VPS Windows products can now be rented with the free pre-installed Windows Server 2016 operating system. The vServer is also available for rent with Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2012. The virtual servers with Windows Server 2008 and Server 2012 are provided with virtualized HDD or SSD storage as container virtualization. The new VPS based on virtual machines can be rented with Windows Server 2016 or Windows Server 2012 and can be deployed via KVM on a redundant storage including SSD boost.
If you are looking for a Linux vServer, you will find it in the vServer Linux area.
VPS Server Features
VPS with Windows Server 2016
From now on you can rent your virtual server with the new Windows Server 2016 operating system. The vServer Windows 2016 are provided as full virtualization.
VPS Windows 2016 are provided fully virtualized as a virtual machine. On our Virtual Machines, you have a stand-alone kernel-based full virtualization.
HDD, SSD or maybe SSD boost?
If you prefer the new VPS with Windows Server 2016, you will get the new SSD boost technology. Through SSD caching an optimal i / O performance is achieved.
FREE VPS BACKUP
A contingent of backup volume is available free of charge for each vServer, which varies depending on the amount of the hard disk space received.