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As many know, RackNerd currently offers AMD RYZEN KVM VPS in Los Angeles. We’ve deployed many Ryzen VPS’s in Los Angeles already, and our design has proven to offer generous resources, and awesome performance. Performance was a heavy emphasis when designing our Ryzen-based platform. As an illustrative example – we’ve even had some users tell us that […]
By: Dave Cooper, RackNerd Following on from our last article “Finding The Best Hosting Provider” brings us to which hosting product is right for your needs. This article is geared towards those who are new to the hosting world and just want reliable information, Here at RackNerd we offer a range of hosting services with no […]
RackNerd KVM VPS’s come equipped with VNC out-of-band access by standard! This is useful for many purposes, such as if you ever find yourself in a situation where you may have accidentally incorrectly modified your SSH configuration, or if you have some sort of firewall rules blocking incoming network access to your server. Additionally it […]
Los Angeles, CA., May 5, 2020 — RackNerd LLC, a dedicated server, complex hosting, cloud, disaster recovery, colocation, and infrastructure services provider today announced the launch of its new product offering: DDoS Protected Virtual Private Servers (VPS). DDoS Protected VPS services, powered by KVM virtualization, will be deployed out of its new Los Angeles DC-05 […]
You may have come across the term “VPS” which means Virtual Private Server. Just as the name suggests, it is a private server that is installed on a physical server. Despite the fact that the server runs multiple servers (also known as multi-tenant hosting); this private server does not alter the performance of other servers […]
Ever wondered what the difference between an OpenVZ or KVM VPS is? In this article, we will go over the differences so you can make an informed decision. OpenVZ VPS: OpenVZ is container-based virtualization for Linux. Each container performs and executes exactly like a stand-alone server; a container can have root access and be rebooted […]