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1800/Yr
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  • Host 1 Website
  • 2 GB SSD Disk Space
  • Plesk Panel
  • 50GB Bandwidth
  • 5 Email Accounts
  • 2 MySQL DB's
  • SSD Disk Space
  • 5 subdomains
  • 5 Parked domains
  • 5 FTP users
1800/Yr
Standard
  • Host 1 Website
  • 2 GB SSD Disk Space
  • Plesk Panel
  • 50GB Bandwidth
  • 5 Email Accounts
  • 2 MySQL DB's
  • SSD Disk Space
  • 5 subdomains
  • 5 Parked domains
  • 5 FTP users
1800/Yr
Standard
  • Host 1 Website
  • 2 GB SSD Disk Space
  • Plesk Panel
  • 50GB Bandwidth
  • 5 Email Accounts
  • 2 MySQL DB's
  • SSD Disk Space
  • 5 subdomains
  • 5 Parked domains
  • 5 FTP users

Frequently Asked Questions

A Cloud Server is a virtualized computing environment that runs on cloud infrastructure. It provides users with scalable resources, including processing power, memory, and storage, allowing them to deploy and manage applications in a flexible and cost-effective manner.

Unlike traditional servers, Cloud Servers are virtual instances that run on a cloud platform. They offer on-demand resources, scalability, and flexibility, allowing users to adjust their computing power and storage based on their needs.

Key benefits include scalability, cost-effectiveness, flexibility, and the ability to access resources on-demand. Cloud Servers also offer high availability and redundancy, reducing the risk of downtime.

Yes, most cloud service providers allow users to choose their preferred operating system during the server creation process. This flexibility enables users to work with the OS that best suits their application or project.

Cloud Servers are typically billed on a pay-as-you-go or subscription basis. Users are charged based on the resources (CPU, RAM, storage) they consume and the duration of usage. Pay-as-you-go models provide flexibility, allowing users to scale resources as needed.