What do you do with VPS?

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  1. Exa-Kent

    Exa-Kent New Member

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    Hi members,

    I am currently using my VPS for a website to support better traffic.
    Just curious, what are you doing with your VPS hosting?
     
  2. SoFast

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    The question is: what do you not do with a VPS?
     
  3. VPSnet

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    Virtual servers can be used as testing grounds for server setups that aren’t ready for live deployment. They can also be useful for quick exploration and testing of new components: operating systems, frameworks, software, etc. Also you can use a virtual server strictly for torrenting purposes. If you torrent frequently, moving all of that action to a remote VPS not only frees up a lot of home bandwidth, but it also allows you to keep it going 24/7.
    There are plenty of ways to benefit from a virtual server.
     
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    A VPS is best for a system administrator or programmer to test or host a web site, database or power your apps that requires full customization which is usually not available in a shared hosting environment. If the traffic and work load requirement is moderate then the VPS is your answer. It costs you half the price of a dedicated server but if you care for an increasing in demand for the calculation power and storage space, then go for the cloud.
     

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