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VDS hosting plans with optimal vCPU cores, amount of RAM and the size of SSD hard disk space
|KVM-SSD-START-SG||1vCPU||512||5||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||1.47||order|
|KVM-SSD-1-SG||1vCPU||1024||10||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||3.95||order|
|KVM-SSD-2-SG||2vCPU||2048||20||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||7.91||order|
|KVM-SSD-3-SG||4vCPU||3072||50||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||13.2||order|
|KVM-SSD-4-SG||6vCPU||6144||100||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||27.73||order|
|KVM-SSD-5-SG||8vCPU||8192||200||unmetered traffic 200Mb/s||46.22||order|
KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) — virtualization technology in Linux, for VDS hosting. The advantages of KVM VDS are reliability, guarantee allocation of resources, access to the server through the VNC, as well as the ability to install any operating system without any restrictions.
For the group of KVM-SSD tariff plans we used the Ceph as a storage system, distributed data platform, built on the basis of the SSD drives (for caching). Virtual KVM-SSD servers have the optimal speed of the disk subsystem IO and the large volume disk.
SSD — solid state disk, which are compared with traditional SAS can deliver up to 100 times better performance, near-instant access to files and quick loading of the operating system.
Available OS templates for virtual servers based on KVM virtualization container: Centos 6; Centos 7; Debian 6; Debian 7; Debian 8; Ubuntu 14; Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Standard. It is possible to install an operating system from an ISO image.