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Hyper-V virtualization delivers
high performance, scalability, and flexibility.

Hyper-V Hosting

Are you frustrated by the limitations of shared hosting? Or do you find that dedicated servers are too expensive and inflexible? Don’t despair. Hyper-V hosting on virtual dedicated server offers the best of both worlds and more – affordable pricing with the capabilities of a dedicated server, the flexibility to quickly add RAM or storage space to match the increasing demands on your server, and a greener technology that uses less power and space.
 

With Apps4Rent’s Windows Hyper-V hosting, you get a stable virtualization platform from Microsoft, and support from a leading application hosting provider of Microsoft software. So what are you waiting for? Get a Hyper-V hosting plan from Apps4Rent with a choice of Windows or Linux operating system included in the price. Then let us know the business application or software that you desire on your Hyper-V server, and our staff can help you with its pricing and installation.

Each Apps4Rent virtual dedicated server performs and behaves exactly like a stand-alone server for both users and applications. You get root access to manage the virtual server, can associate IPs, and install software of your choice. A Windows Hyper-V hosting solution enables you to run multiple operating systems on a single physical server as virtual machines (VMs). Why is this beneficial? Deploying multiple isolated virtual machines instead of physical servers means a lower total cost of ownership for you and a lower carbon footprint on the environment. Additionally, Hyper-V hosting can help you optimize asset utilization and balance workloads across different resources. If you intend to use a version of Windows server operating system on a virtual server, you also save the cost of server OS licensing with Windows Hyper-V server in comparison to a competing virtual server platform.

How does Hyper-V work?

Hyper-V is a thin layer of software between the bare metal hardware and the Operating System (OS) that allows multiple instances of an OS to run (virtual machines), unmodified, on a single physical server at the same time. Windows Hyper-V virtual machines are scalable, reliable and highly available and can be managed from a central management interface known as System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). A key feature of Hyper-V hosting is the virtualization of multiple operating systems, including Windows and Linux, on the same server, allowing users to consolidate systems into a single environment without losing control, security or performance. This is a true hypervisor-based platform. Hyper-V architecture features also include large memory support and provide backup/restore, system snapshots and easy transition of virtual servers from one physical server to another.

 
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