All Telasera’s Windows VPS's are deployed using Microsoft's Hyper-V virtualization platform ensuring the highest performance and reliability. The Hyper-V platform is developed by Microsoft and is a leading hypervisor-based virtualization technology. Windows VPS’s deployed on Hyper-V are designed to scale to your requirements so you purchase resources that your virtual servers require.
Hyper-V is specifically developed for the Windows Server Platform. Microsoft Windows Server is a commercial product with proprietary code that is not available to other virtualization software allowing Hyper-V developers the ability to optimise the virtualization platform targeted specifically at Microsofts server product range.
All of our servers are owned and managed by Telasera and not rented or resold in any way. Each node is built with Intel E5 series Xeon CPU’s and a minimum of 128GB of RAM per server allowing you to scale up your VPS with ease. Our VPS’s are backed up each week for FREE to our local backup infrastructure hosted and managed by us. Should you require more frequent backups or remote offsite replication please contact our sales representatives to assist in tailoring a package to meet your requirements.
Unlike many other VPS providers our hypervisor servers are built using only enterprise grade server components providing you with the best performance and overall system uptime.
Our servers include Intel Xeon processors with error checking (ECC) RAM & RAID hard disk arrays.
Using our control panel with you be provided with a range of statistics about our VPS server including CPU load, current network speed, bandwidth used and general health of your server. All sensors are updated every 5 minutes for your convenience and historical data is stored should you require it.
We currently use SolusVM as our VPS control panel. Using Our custom design which adds further functionally and greatly improves the overall usability of the VPS control panel. You will have access to boot, shutdown, reboot, re-install, backup, and update your password without opening a single support ticket.