CHEAP KVM VPS SERVER
KVM stands for Kernel-based Virtual Machine, which is a virtualization technology built into the standard Linux Kernel. It allows you to run the kernel on the root node, making it possible to run other operating systems.
All Monovm KVM VPS servers are built using the latest enterprise-grade Intel and Supermicro hardware components, guaranteeing excellent performance and uptime. Thanks to our professional team of experts, we provide 24/7 technical support through email, live chat, phone and our advanced ticketing system.
KVM VPS SERVER PRICING
KVM VPS Server Pricing refers to the cost structures associated with virtual private servers using Kernel-based Virtual Machine technology.
KVM Windows VPS
High quality remote desktop access and instant activation.
Full Administrator Access
99.99 % Uptime
KVM Linux VPS
Fast, Secure and reliable VPS service with customizable configurations.
$ 5.99 /MO (billed semiannually)
Full SSH Access
99.99 % Uptime
KVM RDP Server
Ultra Fast Remote Desktop Application
Full administrator Access
99.99 % Uptime
KVM Forex VPS
Push the performance of your VPS beyond the hardware capabilities of traditional spinning drives.
Full Administrator/SSH Access
99.99 % Uptime
KVM VPS Hosting Features
Experience high-performance KVM VPS server and unlock the power of virtualization, providing your business with dedicated resources, enhanced security, and complete control over your server environment. Optimize your online presence with a scalable and reliable solution designed to meet your growing needs.
Easily scale resources like CPU, RAM, and storage to accommodate your growing business needs without affecting your existing setup.
Gain full control over your virtual server, allowing you to configure your OS, applications, and settings to match your specific requirements.
With dedicated resources, KVM hosting ensures consistent performance even during peak traffic periods, enabling optimal user experience and efficient resource utilization.
Benefit from features like dedicated IP addresses, private networking, and DDoS protection to ensure a secure and reliable online presence.
Here are the most common questions we get from our customers, Hence we elaborated our FAQ to ensure you find answers as quick as possible.
KVM, short for Kernel-based Virtual Machine, is an open-source virtualization technology built into the Linux kernel. It enables the kernel to function as a hypervisor, allowing multiple virtual machines (VMs) to run simultaneously on a single physical server.
Each VM operates independently with its own dedicated resources, such as CPU, RAM, and storage, and can run different operating systems. KVM ensures full virtualization and efficient resource management, making it a popular choice for VPS hosting solutions.
To use KVM, a processor with hardware virtualization extensions, such as Intel VT (Virtualization Technology) or AMD-V (AMD Virtualization), is required. These extensions provide the necessary support for running multiple isolated VMs on a single physical host.
VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting is a web hosting solution that provides users with a virtual server environment, offering more control and resources than shared hosting. VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server) is another term used to describe a similar concept, where users get dedicated resources on a virtual server. Both VPS and VDS provide independent environments, allowing users to run their own operating systems and applications. They are cost-effective solutions that balance the benefits of shared hosting and dedicated servers, ideal for growing businesses and websites with higher resource demands.
With all our VPS Server packages, you have the full freedom to pick your preferred operating system.
Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019 is the first version of the system OS rolled out under Microsoft’s new long-term servicing channel (LTSC). Windows Server 2019 helps evolve data center infrastructure to achieve greater efficiency and security.
Windows Server 2016
Windows Server 2016 has been designed with a number of great features, its core foundation includes: identity management and enhanced security capabilities - to ensure your data and access to your data maintains its integrity from end-to-end.
Windows 10 is one of Microsoft's more recent systems, it contains a host of features, security updates, and a platform-unifying design aimed at both enterprise users and consumers.
CentOS Linux is a community-supported distribution derived from sources freely provided to the public by Red Hat for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Each CentOS version is maintained for up to 10 years by means of security updates. This results in a secure, low-maintenance, reliable, predictable and reproducible Linux environment.
Ubuntu is a free and open-source operating system and Linux distribution based on Debian. Ubuntu is offered in three official editions: Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server and Ubuntu Core each having their own specific performances. There are new releases of Ubuntu every 6 months while the long-term support (LTS) releases occur once every two years.
Debian has access to online repositories that contain over 51,000 software packages making it the largest software compilation. Debian officially contains only free software, but non-free software can be downloaded and installed from the Debian repositories. Debian includes popular free programs such as LibreOffice, Firefox web browser, Evolution mail, GIMP image editor, and Evince document viewer.
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