Virtual Private Servers

Affordable Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting plans providing scalability with consistent, reliable performance. You maintain complete control of your server environment while we take care of the hardware and infrastructure to keep it running smoothly. As your business grows, this solution enables you to easily scale to a Dedicated VPS.

  • Enterprise-class VPS hardware: Dell and SuperMicro
  • Free Backup and Disaster Recovery
  • Public and Private networks. All your ServInt Flex VPS accounts can exchange unlimited traffic for free.
  • Data Centers in North America (Virginia and California) and Europe
  • Trusted infrastructure provider for over 20 years

Shared VPS (Multi-Tenant)

VPS technology is the backbone of the virtualized hosting industry and many businesses today continue to rely on this technology as an important part of the infrastructure environment. ServInt was one of the early pioneers of VPS in 2004 and we’ve spent the last decade optimizing this powerful technology in support of our customers.

Memory Disk IPs Bandwidth Price Purchase
Basic 1.5 GB 30 GB 1 10 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $27/mo Buy
Essential 3 GB 60 GB 2 10 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $55/mo Buy
Essential+ 4 GB 65 GB 2 10 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $65/mo Buy
Signature 6 GB 90 GB 2 10 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $95/mo Buy
Ultimate 8 GB 120 GB 2 10 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $135/mo Buy

Cloud VPS (Multi-Tenant)

Optimize your VPS hosting plan with our scalable SSD cloud technology. Blazing fast all-flash solid-state drives (SSDs) combined with guaranteed IOPS, provides the quick scalability of VPS with the power of dedicated resources effectively eliminating the effects of “noisy neighbors”.

Cores Memory Disk IP Addresses Bandwidth Price Purchase
3 GB 50 GB SSD 2 6 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $69/mo Buy
6 GB 65 GB SSD 2 7 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $129/mo Buy
9 GB 110 GB SSD 2 8 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $229/mo Buy
12 GB 140 GB SSD 2 9 TB
$0.10/GB overage
from $309/mo Buy
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Fast Scalability

ServInt combines the best-of-breed virtualization technology with our own custom code to ensure that hardware migrations are fast and efficient.

VPS – A Proven Track Record

VPS — or Virtual Private Server — technology is the backbone of the virtualized hosting industry. Before there were a 1000 flavors of Cloud, there was the VPS. ServInt was one of the early pioneers of VPS in 2004 and has spent the last decade optimizing this powerful technology.

Scaling and migrations are faster than ever before thanks to numerous third-party enhancements and over 70,000 lines of custom code. WIth our 10+ years of experience, ServInt has built the most stable, robust and versatile VPS hosting platform on the market.

Fast Read/Write Access Speeds

ServInt's Cloud VPS and dedicated servers offer more than guaranteed read/write performance (IOPS). By using an all-SSD cloud storage architecture, our servers also offer users some of the fastest, lowest latency read/writes of any VPS, dedicated, or cloud hosting product on the market.

The Speed of SSD with Guaranteed IOPS

ServInt’s Cloud VPS uses blazing fast all-flash solid-state drives (SSDs) to do away with the latency and limited IOPS of magnetic disk drives. The shift to SSD brings with it a tremendous increase in speed, but unlike other SSD VPS and dedicated server products on the market, ServInt’s Cloud VPS platform goes beyond simple SSD in two important ways to further increase drive performance.

Cloud SSD storage

With ServInt’s Cloud VPS, we’ve built an all-SSD storage cloud that contains the data that used to be stored on individual VPS host machines. No longer is a customer’s drive performance limited to the handful of drives. With ServInt’s Cloud VPS, customers have access to the power of scores of SSDs all linked in a vast array. ServInt’s SSD cloud storage can handle literally millions of IOPS.

Guaranteed IOPS

An SSD VPS or Cloud server which promises “access to” 5,000, 20,000 or even 1,000,000 IOPS (Input Output operations Per Second) is no better a measure of predicted performance than a virtual server that promises that you share access to multiple cores of CPU. In an access model, one user’s performance depends on how many other users are contending for those promised resources.

ServInt’s Cloud VPS overcomes the hurdle of shared access to IOPS through the use of benchmark storage architecture. In our all-SSD cloud storage array, I/O load is distributed evenly across all drives in the array. On top of this, our technology allows us to designate a specific number of sustained IOPS for every customer package. No longer is the speed of your drive, your site, or your application dependent on how many users you are competing with for shared IOPS.

Near-Instantaneous Scalability

By replacing onboard server storage with a cloud storage array, ServInt's Cloud VPS eliminates the need to transfer data from one host machine to another during upgrade and downgrade migrations — by far the most time-consuming and tedious aspect of the migration process.

Moving from VPS “Migrations” to Cloud Scaling

All virtualized hosting infrastructure resides on physical hardware. Whether you’re “in the cloud” or on a traditional VPS, there is a physical computer somewhere housing your data and crunching your numbers.

An important consideration before upgrading (or downgrading) your hosting package is the potential downtime for your server as it is migrated from one host machine to another. Server migration can take a long time, especially for older customers where junk folders and caches have not been cleaned out or compressed.

ServInt’s Cloud VPS brings the speed of Cloud scalability to the world of VPS. ServInt technology offloads the storage demands from slower, magnetic disks housed in the host node to a remote SSD cloud storage array. With ServInt’s Cloud VPS, no matter what host machine your server mounts on when live, your data is stored in this central cloud. Scaling no longer requires that data be copied during an upgrade; your server is simply mounted on another host machine with a more powerful CPU.

In most cases scaling into more powerful hardware will take only a few seconds to repoint the data on a multi-tenant Cloud VPS server and less than a minute for single-tenant Cloud Dedicated servers. Add in the time it takes to simply stop and restart your VPS on the new, more powerful host node, and vertical scaling on a VPS now takes a fraction of the time it once did.

No “Noisy Neighbor” Resource Contention

The activities of one customer on a multi-tenant VPS server — or on a dedicated server attached to a SAN — can measurably impact the performance of other customers. ServInt’s Cloud VPS solves this by reserving and guaranteeing IOPS on a per-customer basis. ServInt’s Cloud VPS is the only small business VPS technology able to do this.

The Noisy Neighbor, Evicted

In the past, when VPS customers suspected that their site or apps had slowed down because one of their “neighbors” was consuming more than their fair share of server resources, there was little they could do beyond upgrading to a dedicated server, or requesting a migration to another server with quieter neighbors. Similarly, if a customer with a dedicated server attached to a SAN or cloud storage network was suffering the effects of a noisy neighbor — or many noisy neighbors — that customer was completely out of luck.

With most resources — RAM, drive space, and even CPU on some higher-end products — the performance of one VPS customer’s site or app does not impact the performance of other sites in a different partition because resources on the server are carved up and held in reserve for each user.

Traditionally, however, this partitioning has not been possible with one important resource — IOPS (“Input/Output operations Per Second”). This deficit gave rise to the mysterious slowness caused by the “noisy neighbor.”

For a long time most providers kept quiet about IOPS — mainly because no one had a good solution to the problem of IOPS resource contention. Some switched to much faster SSD drives, but that only temporarily masked the resource contention problem.

This has all changed with ServInt’s Cloud VPS. ServInt’s Cloud VPS eliminates the noisy neighbor phenomenon completely by guaranteeing an exact number of IOPS per customer, just like most hosts guarantee RAM and drive space.

ServInt’s all-flash storage architecture offloads drive storage from the server into an all-SSD storage cloud with millions of total IOPS on tap for customers. ServInt’s technology then takes this a step further, actually giving us the ability to specifically assign a set number of guaranteed IOPS to each customer. You purchase the number of IOPS you need, and we guarantee you will always get that exact number. It’s as simple as that.

Managed Migration

With ServInt Managed Migration™, we'll move your files and databases from your current hosting company for you, for free. We'll even take care of establishing any custom configurations you need. Once the website migration is complete, just change the DNS for a seamless, no-hassle switch to ServInt. It's that easy.

Curing the Pain of Switching Hosts

Sometimes the only thing holding a customer back from switching to a more reliable host is the fear of how hard website migration can be. That’s why ServInt has taken the pain out of moving hosts.

As part of ServInt’s Managed Migration, we’ll move your files and databases from your current hosting company and establish any custom configurations you require. Simply repoint the DNS and you’re done. ServInt Managed Migration is free when you establish a new account — and we do it better and faster than anybody else, according to cPanel.

ServInt Managed Migration applies to cPanel-to-cPanel and Plesk-to-cPanel transfers. Simply update your operating system and control panel on your existing server to the most recent versions before we start the migration and provide us with SSH access for every account you want transferred.

For more information on Managed Migration, contact ServInt today.

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