VMmanager Control Panel
Linux VPS
Open Linux and FreeBSD Operating Systems
from 3.47 /1 mo
  • RAM
    1024 MB
  • DISK
    25 GB
  • CPU
    2 cores
    1 GBit/sec
  • IP adress
    1 pcs
VMmanager Control Panel
Windows VPS
Server versions of Microsoft operating systems
from 12.14 /1 mo
  • RAM
    2 GB
  • DISK
    40 GB
  • CPU
    1 core
    1 GBit / sec
  • IP adress
    1 pcs

Virtual servers for any task

Virtual servers in RealHOST use KVM (Kernel-based virtual machine) virtualization technology - one of the most popular, reliable and fast hypervisors used by professionals around the world.
The productivity of a virtual machine running KVM is almost the same as the productivity of a physical server.

Any client will be able to choose a server for himself from the available tariff plans to solve any problems - from a simple web server with one site to a multi-user terminal server.


Automatic deployment

Server deployment is fully automatic. The most popular open source OS distributions are available for installation: CentOS 7/8/Stream, Ubuntu 14.04 / 16.04 / 18.04, Debian 7/8/9/10, FreeBSD 9/10/11/12, as well as server versions of Microsoft Windows : 2012/2016/2019

Failover platform

A server cluster that provides VPS hosting is located in a reliable Tier-III data center, assembled using a high-speed Infiniband 40Gb/s network, powerful Supermicro servers, Microtik routers and gigabit uplinks to the Internet. All cluster nodes are duplicated, hardware redundancy is provided. All cluster server data is located on the distributed SDS Ceph block storage in the all-flash pool (only SSD disks).

This solution provides us with maximum fault tolerance and guarantees long uninterrupted operation with minimal downtime.



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Frequently Asked Questions Hosting

Answers to frequently asked questions on choosing a virtual server

Is it possible to change the amount of RAM or disk space after ordering a server?
  • Yes, it is possible. At any time, you can change the physical parameters of the server - the number of CPU, RAM and disk size.
    But there is one limitation - you can change the disk size only upward.
Can I install my own version of the operating system?
  • The control panel offers templates of the most popular operating systems for automatic deployment. However, if you need to install an OS of your own build or a system that is not listed, you can download your ISO image in the control panel and manually install the system from it.
Do you carry out server backups?
  • We do not automatically backup all servers. Often it is simply not necessary, but creates an extra load on the hosting.
    For data backup, any client who has ordered a Virtual Server is provided with FTP/SMB Storage (Stor-0 tariff) free of charge in the amount of the ordered server. For example,
    - You ordered one VPS with a disk capacity of 40 GB. You are given the opportunity to order the FTP/SMB Storage service for free at the Stor-0 tariff, according to which 40 GB will be automatically allocated for storing backup copies.
    - You ordered a second VPS with a disk capacity of 60 GB. The Stor-0 FTP / SMB Storage service, ordered earlier, will be automatically recounted to a capacity of 100GB.
    Any solution can be used to configure server data backup, we recommend Veeam Agent for Windows FREE.
How many IP addresses can I order in addition to the virtual server?
  • The limit of allocated addresses depends on the tariff plan:
    - KVM-S1 - 3
    - KVM-S2 - 5
    - KVM-S3 - 8
    - KVM-S4 - 10
    - KVM-S5 - 13
    - KVM-S6 - 16
    - KVM-WS1 - 3
    - KVM-WS2 - 6
    - KVM-WS3 - 10
    - KVM-WS4 - 16
Do you need more help?
Please, see knowledge base about this topic.
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