It provides your services with round-the-clock protection against all types of DDoS attack, without any limitations in terms of volume or duration. What is anti-DDoS protection? Managing a DDoS attack. Measures put in place to protect your system against DDoS attacks, while letting legitimate traffic pass through. Permanently active L7 mitigation protection, exclusive to Game servers and specifically designed for certain gaming and communication protocols. A software you can use to deploy custom rules for filtering traffic, giving you more adapted protection. An infrastructure designed and deployed by OVH for all our services, to vacuum and mitigate traffic during a DDoS attack. Anti DDoS. Keep your infrastructures protected against distributed denial-of-service attacks. Find out more about the technology you can use to block DDoS attacks, without affecting any of your services!
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Even though both types of webhosting make use of the same type of hardware, they tend to function a bit differently. While most consider these differences negligible, they can have an enormous impact as your site draws more traffic, or needs to make use of more complicated dynamic scripts. Unfortunately, most people that are not aware of their essential differences may wind up spending more money during the upgrade process simply because they chose a hosting provider that does not offer VDS hosting. What is a VPS Server? Basically, when your website is hosted on a VPS server, the files are hosted on a virtual machine. Essentially, one computer runs multiple operating systems in order to function like two, or even hundreds of separate computers. When it comes to VPS hosting, your files may reside on any number of computers at any given moment, and become accessible through any available channel on the network.
With this is mind, we have launched our new dedicated server platform. Our goal with this post is to briefly outline the differences between our two generations of servers. The new servers build upon our legacy platform with an increase in resources, essentially offering up to double the current configuration of memory and processing power as well as SSD storage. Another feature of the new servers is the dynamic scalability. The demands of your website may change over time, and we understand the realities of this as well as the inconvenience of needing to physically upgrade to a new server when you outgrow your current one. This means no change of IP address or data migration. There is simply no way around a physical migration in this instance, however we have streamlined this migration process to make it as transparent and efficient as possible.
Microsoft Virtual Server was a virtualization solution that facilitated the creation of virtual machines on the Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Server operating systems. Originally developed by Connectix, it was acquired by Microsoft prior to release. Virtual PC is Microsofts related desktop virtualization software package. Virtual machines are created and managed through a web interface that relies on Internet information services IIS or via the client application tool for Windows vmrcplus. The last version using this name in Microsoft virtual server R2 service pack 1. New features in R2 SP1 include in a Linux guest operating system support, virtual disk preparation compression, SMP, but not for the guest operating system, bit operating system support, the ability to mount virtual hard disks on the host machine and other operating systems, including Windows Vista. It also provides a volume shadow copy writer which enables live backups of the guest OS on Windows Server or Windows Server host. A utility to mount VHD images has also been included with service pack 1. The virtual machine additions for Linux available for free download. Officially supported Linux guest operating systems include devices versions 2.