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Linux Virtual Machine

Optimized Virtual Machine With Web Admin Panel

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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONLS100
  • CPU 2 Core
  • RAM 4 GB
  • Storage 300 GB SSDBoost
  • 100 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 14/Month)
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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONLS200
  • CPU 4 Core
  • RAM 8 GB
  • Storage 200 GB SSD
  • 200 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 19/Month)
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    (USD 29/Month)
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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONLS400
  • CPU 6 Core
  • RAM 16 GB
  • Storage 400 GB SSD
  • 400 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 29/Month)
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    (USD 49/Month)
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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONLS800
  • CPU 8 Core
  • RAM 30 GB
  • Storage 800 GB SSD
  • 600 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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    (USD 39/Month)
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    (USD 79/Month)

Windows Virtual Machine

Optimized Virtual Machines with Windows Server 2019, 2016 & 2012

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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONWS100
  • CPU 2 Core
  • RAM 4 GB
  • Storage 300 GB SSDBoost
  • 100 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
  • Other Details  
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  •  WIndows
    (USD 19/Month)
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    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONWS200
  • CPU 4 Core
  • RAM 8 GB
  • Storage 200 GB SSD
  • 200 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
  • Other Details  
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  •  WIndows
    (USD 29/Month)
  • Windows Icon
    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONWS400
  • CPU 6 Core
  • RAM 16 GB
  • Storage 400 GB SSD
  • 400 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
  • Other Details  
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  •  WIndows
    (USD 49/Month)
  • Windows Icon
    Germany-Datacenter
  • CONWS800
  • CPU 8 Core
  • RAM 30 GB
  • Storage 800 GB SSD
  • 600 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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  •  WIndows
    (USD 79/Month)

All Virtual Machine Server Plans

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    Datacenter - USA
  • CONLS200
  • CPU 4 Core
  • RAM 8 GB
  • Storage 200 GB SSD
  • 200 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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  •  Linux
    (USD 24/Month)
  •  WIndows
    (USD 34/Month)
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    Datacenter - USA
  • CONLS400
  • CPU 6 Core
  • RAM 16 GB
  • Storage 400 GB SSD
  • 400 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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  •  Linux
    (USD 36/Month)
  •  WIndows
    (USD 56/Month)
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    Datacenter - USA
  • CONLS800
  • CPU 8 Core
  • RAM 30 GB
  • Storage 800 GB SSD
  • 600 Mbit/s port
  • 32 TB Traffic (100 Mbit/s) Unlimited Incoming Traffic
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  •  Linux
    (USD 46/Month)
  •  WIndows
    (USD 89/Month)

What a Virtual Machine Really Is?


A virtual machine, usually referred as VM, is similar to a physical device such as a smartphone, laptop, computer, or server. It features central processing, storage disks, and memory and can connect to the internet whenever needed. Virtual machines are often considered software-defined or virtual computers within physical servers that exist only as code.


Virtualization creates a virtual or software-based version of a computer with a specific amount of storage, memory, and CPU. The former elements are borrowed from the host computer located physically. The host computer can be a personal computer or a remote server. The virtual machine is a computer file, also referred to as an image, that acts like an actual computer. It can operate in a window as a distinct computing environment that runs a different operating system or to operate as the entire computer experience of the user. The virtual machine is separated from the system which implies that it cannot indulge with the primary operating system of the host computer.



Why to Choose a Virtual Machine


Virtual machines or VMs enable businesses to function as an operating system that runs like a separate computer in a desktop or an application window. They can be deployed to contain different levels of processing power requirements to test applications in a sandboxed and safe environment or to run software that demands a different operating system.


From earlier times, Virtual machines have been used for server virtualization. It allows IT teams to improve efficiency by consolidating their computing resources. Moreover, virtual machines can carry out certain tasks which are considered too risky to be conducted in a host environment, such as testing operating systems, accessing data that has been infected by a virus. As the virtual machine and rest of the system are separated, the software of the virtual machine cannot interfere with the host computer.


The virtual machines can be used to build and deploy applications to the cloud, trying out the latest OS which includes beta releases. Also, they can spin up a new environment to make it quicker and simpler for developers to check dev-test scenarios. They back up your existing operating system and can run applications and software on OS that they were not fabricated for.



Why Buy a virtual machine?


VMs function similarly to individual computers with individual applications and Operating systems. They have the benefit of functioning completely independently of the other and the host machine. A software name as hypervisor enables the user to operate different OS on different virtual machines simultaneously. For instance, the user can run Linux Virtual machine on a Windows operating system.


Moreover, the virtual machines are independent of each other which makes them extremely portable. The virtual machines can be moved from one hypervisor to another on a different machine instantaneously.


Due to their portability and flexibility, virtual machines offer several benefits. They minimize your physical infrastructure footprint by functioning multiple environments from a sole infrastructure, thus saving costs. Spinning up a virtual machine is quicker and easier than provisioning a new environment for the developers. Moreover, they serve as a great backup solution that minimizes or lowers downtime. Also, you can scale your applications by incorporating an increased number of virtual or physical servers to distribute the workload across numerous VMs.


The virtual machines enable enhanced security forensics and can be used to study the viruses of a computer.



Features of virtual machine


The resources of the host system are shared among numerous virtual machines. The ultimate feature of a virtual machine is that the user can run several operating systems or virtual machines parallelly on a single host system.


The virtual machines are isolated from each other which secures them from threats or malware from any compromised machine functioning on the same host. Also, the direct exchange of mutual influencing and data is prevented and the transfer of VMs to another system can occur by copying the data of the virtual machine as the complete status of the system is stored in fewer files.



Unmanaged Virtual machine


The unmanaged virtual machine is required to build a storage account before creating a new disk. The storage account is owned by the user and thus, he has complete control over the data present in the account. Also, he manages the encryption and data recovery plans.


Unmanaged virtual machines give you granular access control. It can be used to assign dedicated permissions for a managed disk to multiple users. Moreover, the cost-efficiency of unmanaged virtual machines is a delightful factor.