REPO

bKVM 256

bKVM 256

$2.39 / month

RAM 256MB

RAID-10 hdd 10GB

Bandwidth Unlimited

CPU 1x3.30GHz

bKVM 512

bKVM 512

$3.99 / month

RAM 512MB

RAID-10 hdd 15GB

Bandwidth Unlimited

CPU 1x3.30GHz

bKVM 1024

bKVM 1024

$6.99 / month

RAM 1024MB

RAID-10 hdd 20GB

Bandwidth Unlimited

CPU 2x3.30GHz

If you are managing a business that expands rapidly, you might be already facing this issue: the information is collected to the point that it is not possible to manage it efficiently. The business procedures are difficult, and there are plenty of them, and they cannot be managed in a traditional way with the requested speed and in order to provide the needed performance.

In such a case, a VPS in REPO is the right alternative for you and your business. What is a VPS? You have definitely heard of data centers. However, owning your data center might be still too pricey. And you cannot afford storing secret data on a shared alternative. A Virtual Private Server combines the positive features of a shared option and a dedicated solution. It is a space dedicated to you and your enterprise only but in a physical data solution that can be applied by numerous users.

However, in your virtual space on this data server, you are able to run your OS, manage your processes, and implement whatever you need.

The access to your VPS REPO is protected. Hence, only you and authorized persons can get access to your processes and handle the procedures.

The costs depend on the functions that you require. If you don’t use a super-functional solution, you might pay very little for the virtual option. But whenever you are implementing functionality, the costs are growing.

Hence, at some point, some companies believe that it costs more to rent VPS in REPO rather than getting their own data center and running there just whatever the company requests.

Thus, a VPS REPO is an optimal option for any enterprise if your own solution seems to be too pricey, and a shared solution doesn’t comply with the mandatory needs. However, be ready to some challenges such as speed drops. If it is fine for you, go for a VPS REPO.