Hosting Plans

Micro

$3.95/mes
  • 0.5 GB RAM
  • 1 vCPU
  • 20 GB Storage
Free 24H Trial

Small

$5.95/mes
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 1 vCPU
  • 40 GB Storage
Free 24H Trial

Medium

$10.95/mes
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 1 vCPU
  • 60 GB Storage
Free 24H Trial

Large

$20.95/mes
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 2 vCPU
  • 80 GB Storage
Free 24H Trial

VPS hosting platform features

SSD Disk Drives

Up to 300% faster access to your files and databases compared to non-SSD hosting providers!

Network Level Firewall

Firewall configuration and rule additions are easy and quick to setup and manage.

Full Root Access

With full root access you will be able to take full control of your server very easy and quick.

Dedicated IP

One of many premium features is a dedicated IP address. Even the cheapest VPS hosting plan is fully packed with dedicated IPv4 & IPv6 Internet protocols.

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Multiple regions

We offer the service in 10 global regions and availability zones, so that your app or website can be where it needs to be.

Snapshots

Management becomes a lot easier on CloudyHost, thanks to snapshots, which you can use to clone your server or backup and protect your data.

Control Panel

The most powerful and intuitive cloud control panel out there

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Virtual Private Server?

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine that runs an independent copy of an operating system (OS), and customers can allocate all the available resources without most of the restrictions of a typical shared hosting environment.

For almost any hosting purposes, they are functionally equivalent to a dedicated physical server but much more cost-efficient, highly scalable and provides a level of redundancy that most bare-metal (physical server) solutions are missing.

CloudyHost VPS servers are powered by fully-redundant, SSD Cloud hosting infrastructure, which makes them ideal for high-traffic websites and resource demanding applications.

What is the difference between VPS and Shared Hosting?

Websites hosted on a Shared Hosting environment have access to a shared pool of server resources available to a single physical or virtual server. Because of the nature of this setup, certain limitations and restrictions apply to the amount of resources each user can allocate for a specified period.

Although the concept of sharing resources makes the Shared Hosting service very cost-efficient for the end user, some high-traffic and resource-demanding websites and applications may require more than the available fair-share resources or a more flexible setup and configuration that is not suitable for a shared environment.

For such projects, the Virtual Private Server provides an excellent alternative by being much more affordable than a fully dedicated server and far more powerful performance-wise than a typical shared hosting service.

Additionally, customers may have superuser-level access to the operating system instance, create unlimited hosting accounts, install almost any software that runs on that OS and freely allocate all the available server resources without affecting or being affected by other customers' websites.

What is the difference between VPS and Dedicated CPU Server?

Despite being fully independent, Virtual Private Servers share the underlying physical hardware with other VPSes, which means that they still "compete" for the CPU and memory of the hosting hardware infrastructure. This setup architecture gives a Virtual Server guaranteed amount of resources to utilize but does not provide exclusive access to the hardware hosting infrastructure.

The Dedicated CPU Servers, on the other hand, have fully dedicated CPU cores and memory that are 100% available and isolated from any other servers. Despite being a bit more expensive, this exclusive access to the hardware infrastructure makes the Dedicated CPU Servers suitable for very resource-intensive and high-traffic websites and applications without compromising any of the VPS advantages.

I don't have any Linux/Unix experience, is this the right service for me?

Although having some Linux/Unix experience can be useful, you don't need to have any technical knowledge to take full advantage of your server.

In case you need any technical assistance, you can always contact our 24/7 technical support team as a part of the Fully Managed service included with every plan.

What is the difference between managed and unmanaged service?

Usually, an unmanaged service means that you are provided with access to a specific hosting environment (whether a dedicated or a virtual server) with minimal configuration and setup. Having such service provided as-it-is means that you will need to install, configure, and maintain all software and technical aspects (including monitoring and security updates) by yourself. Furthermore, the unmanaged service usually includes no technical support and control panel or such are provided as a paid service. In general, unmanaged services are recommended for very experienced users with lots of technical knowledge who prefer to manage all the aspects of their infrastructure on their own.

On the other hand, with the CloudyHost Fully Managed service you will receive fully setup and optimized server with a powerful web-based control panel. Additionally, our 24/7 Technical Support will take care of your server security, optimization and help you with any technical issues you may face completely free of charge. You can check the full list of Technical Support Services for more information on our Fully Managed Service.

Can I host multiple websites on my VPS?

Yes, every Virtual Private Server provides full access where you can create an unlimited number of independent hosting accounts with their own domain(s) and website(s).