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KickAssVPS.com now offers Linux VPS Hosting Plans powered by Virtuozzo. A Virtuozzo Virtual Private Server performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone dedicated server making it a perfect alternative to expensive dedicated servers. All our VPS plans are feature-rich, with superior control, power, and flexibility that businesses and power users require.
Instantly Scale Resources Start small, and easily add disk, RAM or CPU as you grow. Our Linux CloudVPS servers scale whenever you need.
PowerPanel Server Management Manage a server via your web browser. Instant access to server reboots, resource usage and monitoring, backups, and reinstalls. Learn More!
140+ Installable Apps Get access to instantly installable web applications including WordPress, Joomla, and More with Plesk Panel 11. Plesk is included free in our Linux CloudVPS Plans. Learn More!
Full Root Access With a Linux VPS server, you have full root access via SSH just like your own dedicated server. Not familiar with the command line? No worries, our servers also come with PowerPanel and Plesk 11 for browser-based Server Administration.
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Each Linux VPS provides complete account isolation. No customer can affect or crash other customers on the same server, even when customers have administrative access. Minimizes downtime and eliminates service issues and conflicts between users.
Web-based interface allows users to backup, restore, manage, recover, repair and reinstall their Linux VPS without technical support assistance.
Self-administered incremental and scheduled backup capability comes as a part of the feature set. Backups enable quick restoration of each account without support intervention.
The underlying architecture changes access points on a preset schedule and prevent Denial of Service and other malicious attacks.
Start, stop, fast stop and restart
Manage services and processes such as stopping an offending task or restarting a service
Monitor resource use for CPU, system, disk space and disk inodes
Back up and restore your account from the backup including all system and user files
Start the server in repair mode when a Linux VPS is broken and does not boot
Reinstall VPS from scratch, either saving or discarding existing files
View the actions log to monitor resource shortage alerts and various other events