If you’re in the market for a virtual private server, Rose Hosting may have a plan that is made to order for your needs. You’ll find several VPS plans at Rose, but for this review, we’re going to focus on their Ultimate VS plan. This is a plan that is well suited for site owners who are interested in a dedicated server, but can’t quite swing the monthly costs.
This plan offers 15 gigs of data storage and the monthly bandwidth allotment is 200 gigs. Given the price tag of $89.95, this is a very fair deal. Most sites should fall well within these limits, unless they have a great deal of rich media or large files, or a very busy site. There are several dedicated hosting plans on the market that are comparable with these amounts, but pack a much heftier price.
The available memory for this account is 768 megs, but this is burstable up to 1 gig. You’ll have your own dedicated IP address and the ability to host unlimited domains, making this a great hosting package for a reseller. Full root access is offered, which is a nice feature for a VPS plan and should provide you with a level of control that most dedicated servers offer.
Rose Hosting will allow you to select between several versions of the popular Linux OS, which is yet another nice feature that makes this plan truly comparable to a dedicated server. The current choices include CentOS 4 (RHEL Equivalent) Mandrake 10.0, Mandrake 10.2, Fedora Core 1, Core 2, Core 3, Core 4 and Debian Sarge. The control panel with this account is the Webmin panel, but you can elect to use optional DirectAdmin if you prefer.
There is a 30-day money back guarantee, and currently, Rose Hosting does not charge a set-up fee. Once again, this gives Rose an edge over many dedicated hosting companies that require a large set-up fee with all new servers. Technical support is offered via a support system 24/7, but telephone support is not provided.Related Posts:
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