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Premium Windows VDS

The ultimate high-performance VPS with dedicated resources. Our Premium Linux VDS is built with super-fast NVMe SSDs and dedicated CPUs for demanding workloads.

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Windows VDS packages

Supercharge your business with our customized Windows VDS packages. Unlock unrivaled performance tailored to your needs.

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  • Windows VDS S

    from
    R2,280pm
    • 3 vCore Intel Xeon CPU
    • 24 GB Memory
    • 180 GB Super-fast NVMe SSD
    • Unlimited Bandwidth*
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  • Windows VDS M

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    R2,640pm
    • 4 vCore Intel Xeon CPU
    • 32 GB Memory
    • 240 GB Super-fast NVMe SSD
    • Unlimited Bandwidth*
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  • Windows VDS L

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    R3,960pm
    • 6 vCore Intel Xeon CPU
    • 48 GB Memory
    • 360 GB Super-fast NVMe SSD
    • Unlimited Bandwidth*
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  • Windows VDS XL

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    R5,280pm
    • 8 vCore Intel Xeon CPU
    • 64 GB Memory
    • 480 GB Super-fast NVMe SSD
    • Unlimited Bandwidth*
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  • Windows VDS XXL

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    R7,920pm
    • 12 vCore Intel Xeon CPU
    • 96 GB Memory
    • 720 GB Super-fast NVMe SSD
    • Unlimited Bandwidth*
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Windows cloud VDS features

Each virtual server comes with the latest Intel Xeon® Processors and RAM exclusively reserved for your use.

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Dedicated resources

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Powered by KVM

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Based in South Africa

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Optional backup plans

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Enterprise-grade NVMe SSD

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Next-gen Intel Xeon® CPUs

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Complete backup control

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2 RDP licenses included

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Windows Server 2016/2019/2022

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Full DNS & rDNS control

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Free static IP address

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99.9% uptime guarantee

VDS vs VPS vs Bare-metal

What's the difference between Container, VPS, VDS and Dedicated Servers.

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Feature Container VPS (Virtual Private Server) VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server) Dedicated Server
Isolation
infoRefers to the level of separation between different instances or tenants on the same physical hardware.
Process-level Full virtualisation (OS level) Full virtualisation (OS level) Full hardware
Resource allocation
infoSpecifies whether resources like CPU, RAM, and disk space are shared or dedicated for each instance.
Shared Shared Dedicated Dedicated
Performance
infoThe overall performance of the system, which is influenced by resource allocation and isolation level.
Lightweight Good Good Excellent
Scalability
infoDescribes how easily the system can accommodate increasing demands by adding more instances or resources.
High Limited Limited Limited
Cost
infoIndicates the relative pricing of each option. Containers are generally the most cost-effective, followed by VPS and VDS, while dedicated servers are the most expensive.
Low Moderate Moderate High
Customization
infoRefers to the level of flexibility in configuring the environment and software on each option.
Low Moderate Moderate High
Security
infoThe level of security provided by each option. Dedicated servers offer the highest level of security.
Good Good Good Excellent
Management
infoThe ease of managing and maintaining the system.
Easy Moderate Moderate Complex
Hardware Dependency
infoIndicates whether the option relies on specific hardware features or can run on any hardware.
None None None Dependent
Dedicated Resources
infoDenotes whether the resources (CPU, RAM, etc.) are dedicated solely to the instance or shared with other instances.
No No Yes Yes
Ideal For
infoSuggests the typical use cases or projects that best suit each option.
Microservices Small to Medium Projects Medium to Large Projects Large Projects/Enterprise

Operating system templates

Choose from a variety of Windows templates

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Windows Server 2016 is a powerful and flexible platform that is suitable for a wide range of environments, including datacenters, cloud environments, and on-premises environments. It offers improved security and scalability, as well as new and enhanced features.
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Windows Server 2019 is designed for mission-critical workloads and comes with a range of new features and enhancements, making it a great choice for organizations looking to deploy a robust, scalable server operating system.
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Windows Server 2022 is the latest version of the Windows Server operating system. It includes features such as security enhancements, advanced storage options, and Azure hybrid capabilities and is only compatible with 64-bit processors.
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Smart server management

Take full control of your new VDS. Here are some key features that are included.

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OS management

Install the operating system of your choice. Many templates are available.

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rDNS

Maintain your PTR records from the control panel.

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DNS management

Create your own zone records with our DNS manager.

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VNC console

Manage the server through VNC as an alternative to SSH.

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Backup management

Do your own full and incremental backups and restore if needed.

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IP management

Add up to four IP addresses to your virtual dedicated server. Additional IPs require motivation.

Optional extras

Are you looking for more resources or software to accompany your purchase?

Software licenses

Windows License

R600 per 2 Core

MS SQL Web

R340 pm

MS SQL Standard

R4 500 pm

Office Standard

R409 pm

Office Pro Plus

R549 pm

Remote Desktop Licence

R209 pm

Acronis backups

from R25 pm / 50GB

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Virtual Dedicated Server FAQs

If you still have unanswered questions, please reach out to us and we’ll be happy to assist.

What is a Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS)?

A Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) is a type of hosting service where a physical server is divided into multiple virtual servers, each of which functions as a separate, dedicated server environment.

Unlike shared hosting, where resources are shared between all users on a server, each VDS has its own set of resources (CPU, RAM, storage, etc.) that it does not share with others. This leads to better performance and stability.

VDS users also have root access, which means they can install their own software and customize their server environment.

Why do I need a VDS?
A VDS can provide several benefits, depending on your needs. Here are a few reasons you might consider a VDS:
  • Performance: Since each VDS has its own dedicated resources, you don't have to worry about other users on the same server using up too much CPU or RAM and slowing down your website or application.
  • Control: With a VDS, you have root access, so you can install your own software and customize your server environment to meet your specific needs.
  • Scalability: A VDS can be easily upgraded or downgraded as your needs change. This makes it a flexible option if you're not sure how much server power you'll need in the future.
  • Security: Because each VDS is isolated from the others on the same physical server, it's harder for a security issue in one virtual server to affect the others.
What's the difference between a VPS and a VDS?

The terms Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) are often used interchangeably in the hosting industry. However, there can be nuanced differences in their use.

Both VPS and VDS involve the division of a physical server into multiple virtual servers. The key distinction typically lies in the allocation and management of resources.

With a VPS, although you have your own isolated environment, the resources such as CPU and RAM are still part of a shared pool. In certain instances, if other users are experiencing high traffic or usage, it might impact the availability of resources for your VPS.

On the other hand, a VDS, as the name suggests, is like having your own dedicated server. Each VDS is allocated its own set of resources (CPU, RAM, etc.) that are exclusively for its use, regardless of the activity or demands on other servers. This setup ensures consistent performance and higher stability.

Can I order a custom VDS?
If you don't find a suitable VDS package on our website, please contact us so we can offer you a custom solution to your exact requirements.
Can I upgrade/downgrade my plan?
Yes, simply log in to the client area, choose the product and select upgrade/downgrade. Upgrades will be processed immediately, downgrades at the end of the month.
Which operating systems can I use on my VDS?

The choice of operating system on your VDS often depends on your specific needs, the software you plan to run, and your comfort level with the operating system.

We offer a range of popular Linux distributions, such as Debian, Ubuntu, and AlmaLinux.

On the other hand, Windows Server is also commonly available for those looking for a more familiar, GUI-based environment, or who need to run software that specifically requires a Windows operating system.

When selecting an OS, it's important to consider the software requirements of your project, your security needs, and your own familiarity with the system's management and operations.

Can I order a custom VDS?
If you don't find a suitable VDS package on our website, please contact us so we can offer you a custom solution to your exact requirements.
What is a Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS)?

A Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) is a type of hosting service where a physical server is divided into multiple virtual servers, each of which functions as a separate, dedicated server environment.

Unlike shared hosting, where resources are shared between all users on a server, each VDS has its own set of resources (CPU, RAM, storage, etc.) that it does not share with others. This leads to better performance and stability.

VDS users also have root access, which means they can install their own software and customize their server environment.

What's the difference between a VPS and a VDS?

The terms Virtual Private Server (VPS) and Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) are often used interchangeably in the hosting industry. However, there can be nuanced differences in their use.

Both VPS and VDS involve the division of a physical server into multiple virtual servers. The key distinction typically lies in the allocation and management of resources.

With a VPS, although you have your own isolated environment, the resources such as CPU and RAM are still part of a shared pool. In certain instances, if other users are experiencing high traffic or usage, it might impact the availability of resources for your VPS.

On the other hand, a VDS, as the name suggests, is like having your own dedicated server. Each VDS is allocated its own set of resources (CPU, RAM, etc.) that are exclusively for its use, regardless of the activity or demands on other servers. This setup ensures consistent performance and higher stability.

Can I upgrade/downgrade my plan?
Yes, simply log in to the client area, choose the product and select upgrade/downgrade. Upgrades will be processed immediately, downgrades at the end of the month.
Why do I need a VDS?
A VDS can provide several benefits, depending on your needs. Here are a few reasons you might consider a VDS:
  • Performance: Since each VDS has its own dedicated resources, you don't have to worry about other users on the same server using up too much CPU or RAM and slowing down your website or application.
  • Control: With a VDS, you have root access, so you can install your own software and customize your server environment to meet your specific needs.
  • Scalability: A VDS can be easily upgraded or downgraded as your needs change. This makes it a flexible option if you're not sure how much server power you'll need in the future.
  • Security: Because each VDS is isolated from the others on the same physical server, it's harder for a security issue in one virtual server to affect the others.
Which operating systems can I use on my VDS?

The choice of operating system on your VDS often depends on your specific needs, the software you plan to run, and your comfort level with the operating system.

We offer a range of popular Linux distributions, such as Debian, Ubuntu, and AlmaLinux.

On the other hand, Windows Server is also commonly available for those looking for a more familiar, GUI-based environment, or who need to run software that specifically requires a Windows operating system.

When selecting an OS, it's important to consider the software requirements of your project, your security needs, and your own familiarity with the system's management and operations.