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The Virtual Server service that you have completed your order is automatically activated immediately. If you have any additional services you request, we will make your VDS Server ready for use quickly by automatically setting up and adjusting them. You can choose the server model that best suits your needs, and create hardware and software add-ons to create a server that fully fits your needs. You just concentrate on your work! We are here for server-related problems. By selecting the support model you need, you can leave us with the solution of any problems you may encounter. Thanks to VMware Technology, your resources are not software!
Virtual Dedicated Servers (VDS)
Our range of cloud solutions are now hosted in Germany, at our data centre based in North-East Frankfurt. OVH's 21st data centre in Limburg, Germany, is around kilometres from Frankfurt - it takes data less than a millisecond to travel this distance. The facility is powered by an electrical substation based a short distance away, and is equipped with the very latest innovative technology from OVH, like our efficient water-cooling system. This technology is more eco-friendly, and allows us to offer services at a significantly reduced price. This data centre also has the very highest security standards, and is compliant with German data protection laws. With a capacity of 45, servers spread across 4, square metres, the Limburg data centre is also directly connected to the main internet exchanges in central and Eastern Europe, via the OVH global fibre optic network.
Whatever you choose, you will get a high-performance virtual server based on fast SSDs. One of the most popular server hypervisors. Works in paravirtualization and hardware virtualization modes. The project was incepted at the Cambridge University and then became a commercial product. In , Citrix, the owner of XenServer, announced opening the source code of the product and made it available to the public.