Japan Windows VPS Hosting
Japan Windows VPS Server hosting is the perfect combination of the features of shared hosting and dedicated server hosting. It is ideal for those who start small and aims to scale gradually. It brings higher power, flexibility, and security with unparalleled performance. The key benefit of Windows VPS is that it is budget-friendly and provides great freedom for customers to manage their work portals. VPS Hosting utilizes a flexible virtualization technology called KVM, to offer you dedicated (private) resources on a server with multiple users. It provides the features and functions of dedicated hosting without the extra cost. With KVM, you have complete isolation – no matter what other clients may be doing on the server, your VPS plan will be unaffected. We deliver Windows VPS hosting that is both robust and easy to use, and by architecting our servers with high-performance components, we truly unblock breakthrough speed.
The Windows VPS Server in Japan packages can be up and running in as little as 15 minutes, come with 24/7 emergency support, up to 100 Mbps contended connectivity and are housed in Japan-based ultra-modern data centers.
The Japan VPS Server is packed with the most essential features and optional extras to make sure you get the best out of your server.
Robust Infrastructure with Unparalleled Uptime
The state-of-the-art infrastructure prioritizes stability, scalability, and security. The world-class data centers boast of the very best air-conditioning (HVAC) architecture, cutting edge networking switches and of course, the best-of-breed, latest hardware around. All these together contribute to offering an unparalleled uptime guarantee.
Scale & Resize
You can scale and resize your virtual server anytime based on your business needs to handle the increase and decrease in website traffic.
A Wide Choice of Operating Systems
Windows VPS servers offer a high degree of flexibility and choice when it comes to the operating system. You can choose between a range of Windows and Linux distributions at installation.