Onlive Server, South Africa VPS Hosting provider, offers affordable and secured virtual private server hosting in Johannesburg with 24/7 support to all our clients around the world. We have provided affordable South Africa VPS Server hosting since 2008 and we are trusted by over 1200 customers from across the globe. You can easily get your own secure and affordable South Africa VPS Server from us.
Top reasons why you should host your website with Onlive Server
- We are based in South Africa.
- Onlive Servers are affordable!
- We have plans that start at $5 a month – 1 IP
- Free setup, free migration & free data backup
- 24/7 Support from an experienced team
- Choice of Debian or CentOS 7 32 or 64 bit
- What we host for you is all your own (No Shared hosting)
8: Unlimited bandwidth
9: Instant Setup
10: 100% Satisfaction guarantee!
What is a Virtual Private Server (VPS)
A virtual private server is a form of cloud computing that involves leasing virtual servers from a service provider for your use. It provides you with what essentially appears to be a server all to yourself. You may wish to use your South Africa VPS Server for various purposes, including business, online privacy or even running an online game. While not as secure as dedicated hosting services, it offers considerable benefits over shared hosting services. For example, you have root access and full administrative control over your South African Virtual Private Server allowing you to install whatever programs or software you need while also having complete control over security.
Why choose an SSD-powered VPS
SSDs (solid-state drives) provide lightning-fast performance for an amazingly low price. OnLive’s SSD-powered servers are a great value option for individuals and small businesses who want to get more out of their hosting investment than ever before. We’ve designed our platform from scratch with speed, scalability, and security in mind so you can maximize your investment in cloud computing. Learn more about why you should choose an SSD-powered server.
How are our servers secured?
We have a skilled security team who watch over all of our servers. They operate 24/7 to ensure that your data is safe at all times. At Onlive Server, we run regular backups on each of our hosting servers in case something bad happens, so you’ll never lose data again. Our state-of-the-art security features include full disk encryption with hardware SSL keys, brute force protection, firewall rules preventing login to unattended machines, and logs archived daily and retained for 90 days. We also offer free intrusion detection system (IDS) software which notifies us when unauthorized attempts are made to connect to your website or server. Simply put: We secure your site like Fort Knox secures gold.
Why choose Onlive Server as your host?
Our Cheap South Africa VPS Server is cheaper than you might think. You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars or even hundreds of dollars a month to get great technology. With our high-quality servers, you can get more power at a cheaper price. We make sure that your security is guaranteed with our option of a daily backup system. By backing up your data daily, we provide a way for you to always know that your files are safe, should anything happen to them on our servers. We also provide users with options when it comes to security through password protection and access control systems in place.
This type of server is primarily used for web servers, database servers, mail servers, and application servers. Hosting companies will usually purchase those resources on dedicated servers from their ISP or collocation provider. Then they’ll use a virtualization product to slice up a number of these shared resources into smaller partitions that they can then sell to customers as dedicated resources. This makes it possible for them to provide some level of high availability while maintaining a large pool of resources to sell based on demand. In some cases, even applications with low resource requirements might be better off running in containers rather than an entire physical machine due to cost or performance reasons. It’s important not to confuse virtualization technology with cloud hosting.