Can One Virtual Machine Compromise the Security of Another?

One of the frequently mentioned benefits of VPS hosting is that it is more secure than shared hosting because your account is walled off from other accounts, allowing them to function as separate servers. Virtual private servers and virtualization in general are generally thought to be secure. So, can one virtual machine compromise the security […]

3 Open Source VPS Options

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 […]

Virtual Windows Options on Linux Servers

In most circumstances, you will probably only run a single operating system on your server.  Dual booting makes little sense, as anything that normally runs on the other OS will be off while the current one is running.  For situations where you need two OSes, virtualization is a viable and increasingly popular solution.
On a Linux […]