Colocation services from A to Z
Colocation services from A to Z

What is a colocation?

When a firm decides to move its actual server to the host’s datacenter, the word for it is colocation. This means the service-provider is going to provide an excellent internet connection, reliable security services, availability & stability 24/7 all while using the customer’s current hardware inventory.

Such an approach allows organizations to funnel resources and improve their operations management, make their products and services better, and get customer’s recognition. All of this can be achieved while cutting the IT budget as they’ll use existing servers and there is no need to buy newer equipment.


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Buying new servers or upgrading the existing servers
Aug 6, 2020
Buying new servers or upgrading the existing servers

Keeping up with the latest technologies can be rather pricey nowadays, and probably you are one of those companies that keeps old servers over five or even six years trying to cut some expenses. No one even remembers those times when the existing servers were to be replaced after three years of running. No matter if you are going to maintain your day-to-day operations for a bit of time or give a new life to servers hardware, it’s time to think about the upgrading. So, what are the advantages and disadvantages of buying new hardware and modernizing the old one?

What you need to know about the remote server
Mar 20, 2020
What you need to know about the remote server

The remote server is a web application that receives and processes user requests through the Internet. In most cases, users connect to such servers through the RRAS service( a routing and remote access service). A company can implement such  system on its own or rent the corresponding servers from a hosting provider. The concept of “remote server” was first introduced by Microsoft. It was this company that started using this feature in their Windows NT operating systems for joint collaboration between employees.

Advantages of a dedicated server over VPS
Mar 20, 2020
Advantages of a dedicated server over VPS

In the case of large- scale web projects that are visited daily by a huge number of users, the capabilities offered by VPS servers may not be satisfactory. In such situations,it is necessary to  consider renting a remote server, for example dedicated server usa. In this article, we will try to help you understand why  a remote server is better than a virtual private one. In addition, we will highlight  about the areas of application of such servers and their disadvantages.Now, let’s take it one by one.

How to Recover a Dedicated Server Password
Jul 3, 2019
How to Recover a Dedicated Server Password

If you cannot find or recollect the password to your dedicated admin account or just would like to change it for higher security, there are a few ways you can do it. By the way, it is a good idea to alter a standard password right away after you have rented a server and you can also modify it from time to time to protect your server from hacking attacks.

How to Make a VPS on a Dedicated Server?
Apr 10, 2019
How to Make a VPS on a Dedicated Server?

A dedicated server is a set of hardware rented by one customer for his exclusive disposal and not shared with anyone else. A VPS (or VDS) is a virtualized machine, which emulates a real server utilizing only a portion of hardware. VDS users obtain superuser rights and can configure their machines the way they like. One physical computer can be divided into multiple virtualized ones by means of specialized virtualization technique.

How Many Sites Can I Host On A Dedicated Server?
Apr 10, 2019
How Many Sites Can I Host On A Dedicated Server?

Today we will give you answer to the question “how many sites can be hosted on a dedicated server?”. You will need a large number of sites depends on the type of your business and number of projects you have. As a result, the questions “where to host a big number of sites?” and “What is the limits sites on the server?” is open.

Using IPMI for administrating a server
Sep 11, 2017
Using IPMI for administrating a server

IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) is an interface designed for server control and monitoring, which can be carried out independently of the OS installed and current state of the server.


On a hardware level IPMI is a separate BMC (Baseboard management controller) microcontroller that operates regardless of server's hardware and software configuration. Also, the device has its own network interface, which allows user to establish connection even when the server is powered off.

Colocation or managed hosting
Sep 11, 2017
Colocation or managed hosting

If you have heard a term “colocation”, but don't know exactly what it is and what it has to do with using a server for your commercial needs, this article will give you some basic clues to start with.


Colocation can be interpreted as placing your own server in a rack along with other servers located in a facility with special conditions.

What kind of server does your project demand?
Sep 11, 2017
What kind of server does your project demand?

When starting a new project the most important task is to adequately measure its needs. Purchasing the best solution available does guarantee redundancy of resources but is often impossible due to limited budget. However, single-processor multi-core CPU low-end servers are quite versatile and often are able to provide enough resources for a start-up.