OVHcloud has decided to further expand its Virtual Private Server offering, designed for DevOps and Pmi.
The Vps market was estimated at $1.1 billion in 2018 and is expected to exceed $2.5 billion by 2025. This growth is due in particular to the increase in the number of e-commerce websites, which require flexibility to meet one-off or seasonal demand peaks. By providing an excellent compromise between the freedom of administration of the bare metal servers and the flexibility offered by virtualization, virtual private servers also meet the needs of companies in terms of infrastructure monitoring, testing in pre-production environments and hosting websites.
Easy to configure and manage, the new VPS OVHcloud stands out for their flexibility and boasts up to 50% higher performance than the previous range.
Thanks to the complete control of your value chain, OVHcloud offers this new range of Virtual private servers that combine performance and accessibility with maximum readability.
Five configurations are now available, ranging from Starter to Elite, all of which are transparent and affordable prices, from 3 to 100 euros per month excluding VAT, and guarantee costs under control. Available in Asia-Pacific data centers (APAC), Canada, USA and Europe, these new VPS include unlimited traffic with up to 2 Gbps bandwidth
Customizable Virtual Private Elite servers offer ample capacity for vCPU, RAM and storage.
In addition, for the infrastructure to be scalable according to operations, customers can now monitor the use of their resources and resize them, if necessary, in just a few clicks from their dedicated space.
Both for the development of personal projects and for the implementation of virtual instances in a multi-cloud environment, the VPS range offers all the exclusive advantages of OVHcloud solutions, including integrated anti-DDoS protection, choice of data residence, In addition, the options available include additional disks, snapshots, IP fail-over and automatic backup, all at transparent and predictable prices.