It is generally understood that a server running Linux needs to have a relatively recent kernel version or at least one that has been securely patched to fix any vulnerabilities. For dedicated servers, a kernel upgrade is not big deal; a simple install, reboot and you are done. For a virtual private server, it can […]
OpenVZ is free and open source virtualization software that gives you the ability to create and manage virtual private server containers on your dedicated server. While you could manage it quite effectively from the command line, you may prefer to use some type of hosting automation system. The following are some free web-based management tools […]
CentOS is one of the most popular free and open source server operating systems. OpenVZ is a popular open source system for creating virtual private servers. Combine the two together, and you have a low-cost yet powerful VPS system. The following is a brief installation guide to get OpenVZ running on CentOS.
Step 1. Add […]
Virtualization gained many fans in 2011. More system administrators than ever before are seeing the benefit of creating virtual machines for a variety of purposes, from sectioning off business operations to hosting virtual private servers for customers. The more virtual machines you have, the more difficult it can be to manage all of them. Fortunately, […]
A VPS (virtual private server) gives you the ability to host several instances of your operating system within a single dedicated server. Each virtual machine or container within your server behaves independently as though it were a server by itself. This gives users all of the benefits and administrative access of a full dedicated server […]
CentOS is one of the most popular Linux distribution for dedicated servers. This is largely because it provides the functionality and stability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux without the licensing and support fees.
OpenVZ is a free and open source virtualization solution that you can use to create virtual private servers (VPS). In OpenVZ’s […]
OpenVZ is a free and open source virtualization tool that allows you to create virtual private servers (VPS) on your dedicated server. It gives you the ability to run virtual operating systems with “containers” and is regarded as the open source equivalent of Parallels’ Virtuozzo Containers.
WebVZ is essentially a web-based control panel for […]
In many cases, virtualization is used to create Virtual Private Servers (VPS), which essentially make small duplicates of the same operating system within directories that appear to the user as servers within themselves.
A VPS, however, is not the only use for virtualization. In some cases, you may actually want to run a completely different […]
A Virtual Private Server or VPS is a way to have many of the benefits of a dedicated server without actually having one. For the customer, it means having his/her own server while still working in a managed system environment, at a fraction of the full server cost. For the owner of the […]