Day: October 22, 2018

Virtual Private Servers

Hosted Virtual Private Server

When looking for the right kind of server to host your company’s applications, websites, and databases you are faced with several options: physical servers, dedicated hosted servers, and virtual private servers. Physical servers tend to be expensive and difficult-to-maintain while dedicated hosted servers prove to be inefficient for most business IT requirements. Virtual Private Servers from IronOrbit, on the other hand, fulfill your organization’s need for a server that is cost-efficient, flexible, secure, low-maintenance, and high-performance.

How VPS Works

Virtualization makes it possible to divide a single physical server into multiple virtual machines. A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual machine with semi-permanent dimensions commonly used to host applications and store data. The virtual private server of one user cannot be accessed by the user of another VPS on the same physical server. The resources of a VPS—its CPU, RAM, storage space, and bandwidth—aren’t shared with a physical server’s other virtual servers, either (in other words, a virtual private server will always possess its allotted amount of Random-Access Memory, even if another VPS on the same physical server has maxed out its available RAM). Though a virtual private server only has so much processing power, storage capacity, and bandwidth, IronOrbit users can add or subtract computing resources from their VPS at any time.

IronOrbit Virtual Private Server Features

  • Meets your exact requirements: CPU, RAM, storage capacity, and bandwidth
  • Monitoring and maintenance of your entire IT infrastructure 24x7x365
  • Exclusive Atomic Speed Technology for superior performance
  • Orbital Security provides 4 layers of security to safeguard and protect your IT
  • 24x7x365 expert, local support: no call centers

Server Hosting Business

A Managed Solution

With IronOrbit, all you have to do is sign up and sign on. Our team of experts will make sure that your virtual private server is always up and running and accessible. They will monitor, maintain, and protect the hardware and software of your solution around-the-clock.

A Multitenant Environment, But Still Private and Secure

A virtual private server usually shares the resources of a physical server with other virtual private servers. Even in a multitenant environment, however, a user of one VPS can’t view, much less access, the VPS of another user. Our VPS can be considered as private and secure as an unshared physical server.

A Server That’s Accessible from Anywhere

Virtual private servers are web-based. As a result, administrators can monitor and control them remotely, and users can access the files, applications, emails, websites, and platforms hosted on the VPS via the Internet.

An Empty Canvas with No Limits

A virtual private server can be used to host an IT solution of any type or size and with any technical requirements. It supports applications, virtual desktops, websites, email accounts, and more. If your IT solution requires additional CPU, RAM, storage capacity, or bandwidth, simply contact IronOrbit to add more.

Benefits to Your Business

No on-site servers. There’s no purchasing or maintaining any on-site IT hardware with virtual private servers; you just sign up and sign on.

Lower IT costs. It’s a fraction of the cost to sign up for a virtual private server from IronOrbit compared to purchasing and maintaining an on-site server.

Raise employee productivity and collaboration. Employees can work from anywhere and off-site and on-site workers can collaborate with a web-based virtual private server.

Outsource management but retain control. There’s nothing beyond your visibility or control with the root-level access of a virtual private server.

Optimal performance, security, and reliability—without lifting a finger. There’s no need to hire any on-site IT personnel with one of our Virtual Private Servers; our technicians work around-the-clock to ensure that your VPS is as fast and secure as possible.

Terminal Server Hosting

What an IronOrbit Terminal Server Can Do for You

Lower your IT costs. You don’t have to purchase or maintain any on-site servers with a hosted terminal server from IronOrbit. It isn’t necessary to hire any on-premise IT personnel, either. For a low, flat monthly fee, IronOrbit will provide all the hardware, IT management, and technical support required by your terminal server.

Improve the performance, security, and reliability of your applications. IronOrbit provides the fastest, best-protected, and most reliable hosted solutions due to our unique combination of advanced technologies (including Atomic Speed Technology and Orbital Security) and the unmatched dedication and skill of our personnel.

Raise the productivity and collaboration of your employees. You can access your IronOrbit terminal server from anywhere, at any time, using any Internet-connected device (including Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs, as well as Android and iOS smartphones and tablets). As a result, your employees can work from anywhere, and off-site workers can share the same applications and files as on-site workers.

IronOrbit Terminal Servers Feature:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, 2012, or 2016
  • Atomic Speed Technology
  • Orbital Security
  • 24x7x365 technical support
  • 100% uptime guarantee
  • Flat rate pricing
  • Automated backups
  • Disaster recovery

Terminal Server Basics

Terminal Server Hosting Client

Every version of the Windows operating systems since Windows NT has included a feature alternately referred to as terminal services or remote desktop services. Thanks to this feature, users on the same network have the ability to access each other’s operating systems. This includes the operating systems of servers. A server running terminal services—that is, a terminal server—can be used to host applications. Reasons why a business might want to choose a terminal server over other kinds of servers or hosted solutions include:


The user interface of a terminal server should be pretty familiar to anyone that has ever come into contact with a Windows operating system: it basically has the same appearance and features as Microsoft’s OS. In addition, the IT personnel of a business should be equally familiar and comfortable with the Windows Server operating system.


Terminal servers will host any Windows-compatible application. They can also be scaled up to support any amount of users, processing power, storage space, or bandwidth.


Terminal services isn’t a fringe technology. It has been around for over a decade. Microsoft and Citrix, two of the largest and most successful software companies in the world, developed the technology, which has been shown to be extremely versatile and dependable. Microsoft also provides ongoing support for terminal services in the form of updates, security patches, and the occasional new operating system.

Server-Side Processing

With terminal services, all the applications’ processing takes place on the terminal server. This method utilizes less bandwidth. It also lets users access their applications from any device including thin clients, tablets, and smartphones without experiencing a drop in performance.

Single-Tenant Architecture

With a terminal server, businesses don’t share a physical server with other businesses like they do with a virtual private server. Even though single-tenant and multi-tenant architectures are both equally secure for terminal server hosting, there are some data security regulations that require businesses to store data on a single-tenant server. Single-tenant infrastructures can also be more powerful, predictable, and reliable.