A virtual private server is a service that divides a server into multiple virtual private servers.
Each VPS can be assigned an independent public network IP address and operating system, realize the isolation of disk space, memory, CPU resources, processes, and system configuration among different VPS, and simulates “exclusive” experience of using computing resources for users and applications.
VPS can act as an independent server. You can reinstall your operating system, install programs, and restart the server individually. VPS can provide users with the freedom to manage configuration, which can be used for enterprise virtualization or IDC resource leasing.
VPS stands for “Virtual Private Server". As the name suggests, it is a private server that is exclusive to you. A VPS service provides you with a set amount of resources that you don’t need to share with anyone. It's a bit like having your own dedicated or private virtual server.
In this case, "virtual" means it's a partition on the physical server dedicated to you. This virtual server gives you the chance to gain root access, install your preferred operating system, and handle projects with freedom.
We are responsible for the back-end business and the physical server, ensuring speed, uptime and stability, so that you can focus entirely on your project.