Virtual Servers (VDS, VPS) on Linux KVM

Linux KVM virtual server is the thing exactly like your own physical server. It is working on our equipment in virtual environment and you manage it using remote access. You do have 100% administrator/root access and there are no management limitations.

We offer VNC access to your server. Together with our PXE Network Boot environment this allows you to install any OS any way you like. We also support custom ISO as installation media.

All KVM servers of a single Customer Account are also connected into zero-setup isolated virtual network. This allows building your systems such as Kubernetes clusters or any custom solutions with no reconfiguration. You Network Plan will work at NeuPrime as it is. Free of charge Internal network is at 200 Mbps, low latency, best-effort.

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We support the following systems with one-click install:

  • CentOS Linux - all currently supported versions, such as 7, 8 Stream, 9 Stream and on
    • CentOS 7
    • CentOS 8 Stream
  • Ubuntu Linux - all LTS versions starting 18.04 and up to the latest current release version
    • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
    • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
    • Ubuntu 21.10
  • Debian Linux - all key versions such as Debian 9, 10 and 11
    • Debian 9
    • Debian 10
    • Debian 11
  • FreeBSD 11 to 13
    • FreeBSD 11.4
    • FreeBSD 12.2
    • FreeBSD 13.0
  • Current Rolling releases of Arch Linux, Gentoo Linux
    • Arch Linux 2021-10
    • Gentoo Linux 2021-10

We offer VNC access to your server. Together with our PXE Network Boot environment this allows you to install any OS any way you like. We also support custom ISO as installation media.

Differences from Physical Server

Our Virtual Servers do not support nested virtualisation. This is the most importand difference - you cannot run your own virtual servers indide our virtual server.

Virtual server is very much like real physical server. You can manage everything including your OS kernel and drivers, given that your configuration keeps supporting KVM virtual devices.

Virtual server is a bit slower that dedicated server with the same specs. You share virtual execution environment with another customers, that leads to unpredictable resource allocation and some virtualization overhead. However, your peak resource usage may be very high and even higher compared to physical server.

Well managed website or application will work on virtual server just right - fast and reliable. But you should always test your configuration first. Low power hosting plans with 512 MB of RAM or less have no direct equivalents in modern equipment, so their performance may be unexpected. Please test to ensure that you have right hosting plan selected!