How to choose VPS?
You can try running in a lower VPS plan first, and if the performance and your performance needs increase, you can upgrade the VPS at any time in the user interface.
Order a VPS plan with the type and size of disk you require. You can then upgrade only CPU / RAM on the "Configuration" tab to keep the disk size from the current VPS plan. This also saves server backup costs.
You can choose between high-capacity and cheaper SATA drives or fast SSDs to help boost VPS performance. You can also connect local or network storage up to 10 TB to the VPS.
You can choose to install database servers: MongoDB or Redis. WebApps servers offer installed MariaDB database (MySQL). To host the database server, choose VPS with SSDs and enough RAM.
For hosting of more demanding applications we recommend to host each service on a separate VPS (eg. separately web and separately database).
CMSs combine multiple application and development layers and depend on dynamic content that requires more CPU and RAM than simple pages. We recommend using our WebApps servers with CMS pre-installed for running CMS: Wordpress, Drupal, Magento, Joomla! and MediaWiki.
For higher processor performance, choose from a series of dedicated CPU programs, ie. programs from the C and XL series. The C-Series has noticeable performance benefits with the SSD, while the XL-Series can offer you more RAM and higher capacity cheaper SATA drives.