Linux OpenVZ

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OpenVZ 2GB
  • 2 CPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • 1GB VSwap
  • 150GB HDD
  • 1 Gbps Port Speed
  • 4TB Bandwidth
  • 2 IPv4
  • 2 IPv6
OpenVZ 3GB
  • 2 CPU
  • 3GB RAM
  • 1.5GB VSwap
  • 200GB HDD
  • 1 Gbps Port Speed
  • 5TB Bandwidth
  • 2 IPv4
  • 2 IPv6
OpenVZ 4GB
  • 2 CPU
  • 4GB RAM
  • 2GB VSwap
  • 250GB HDD
  • 1 Gbps Port Speed
  • 6TB Bandwidth
  • 2 IPv4
  • 2 IPv6
OpenVZ 8GB
  • 4 CPU
  • 8GB RAM
  • 4GB VSwap
  • 300GB HDD
  • 1 Gbps Port Speed
  • 7TB Bandwidth
  • 3 IPv4
  • 3 IPv6
OpenVZ 16GB
  • 8 CPU
  • 16GB RAM
  • 8GB VSwap
  • 400GB HDD
  • 1 Gbps Port Speed
  • 8TB Bandwidth
  • 3 IPv4
  • 3 IPv6

OpenVZ - Affordable & User Friendly Virtualization

What are OpenVZ Virtual Private Servers?

OpenVZ (Open Virtuozzo) is an operating system-level virtualization technology. This means that the node is split into compartments / containers and the specified resources are allocated to each VPS on that node.

In OpenVZ there are two types of resources - dedicated & node. Dedicated resources means that the allocated resources are guaranteed "yours". Burst resources come from the unused resources of the host system. The system allows a VPS instance to borrow reasources (such as RAM) from another VPS, when the latter is not using them. Since, in this case, it's "borrowing" the resources, this means that they must be returned as soon as possible. In the case of both VPS require their dedicated resources back simultaneously, the processes that use them may become unstable or terminated.

Since OpenVZ is an OS-level virtualization technology, it requires much less resources than a VPS container with true virtualization. For example, on two separate hosts, with identical hardware and subscriptions, OpenVZ should outperform KVM, since it doesn't do full emulation. It does not need to run multiple full operating system kernels, because it can share a single kernel into multiple VPSs. This would result in significant memory and CPU savings.

Most of the kernel memory isn't used by the VPS at all. Any particular VPS would just use how much it needs from the main kernel.

Not what you're looking for? If so, might we suggest that you to check out our KVM VPS Pricing Plans.


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