LIGHTNING FAST VPS HOSTING IN BANGLADESH
Get the best Un-Managed/Managed Linux-based BDix VPS in Bangladesh
BDIX VPS Plan
Available Operating Systems
Deploy our VPs instantly and get your projects up and running quickly – Install all operating systems very easily
HIGH AVAILABILITY VPS SERVER
- Up to 10x Faster with 100% direct-attached SSD Storage
- 99.99% Uptime SLA Guaranteed
- BD Location Server- instantly deploy VPS
- Server Network Port 1 Gigabit
- Available OS: CentOS-Ubuntu-Almalinux-Rocky Linux
BDIX Servers Included
We have peering with Multiple NIX Operators of Bangladesh. We use 1Gbps Uplink for our server
Full Root Access
Having root access to the server gives you the ability to take full control ! VPS server you will get the root access.
Choice of Linux OS – CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu! You can reload any OS from our control panel by single click.
Speed is the key of any website. With our Web Hosting we are using LiteSpeed webserver which is 9x faster than Apache.
What is VPS Hosting?
Virtual Private Server hosting, aka VPS hosting, is a website hosting environment that allows for resources such as RAM and CPU to be dedicated to your account. This is achieved by virtualizing a Dedicated server and splitting the resources amongst the users on that server.
What is Managed vs Unmanaged VPS?
What is Managed VPS Hosting?
Managing a server requires time, effort and technical expertise. In Managed VPS Hosting, your service provider takes care of all the server related responsibilities like core updates, maintenance, software installation etc. so you, the business owner can concentrate fully on growing your business. Managed VPS Hosting in simple words, is a hands-free approach.
If you are a new business owner with little or no technical experience, then Managed VPS Hosting is your go-to hosting solution, as you need not worry about anything server related.
What is Unmanaged VPS Hosting?
As the name suggests, unlike Managed VPS Hosting in Unmanaged VPS Hosting you, the business owner, have to take care of all the server responsibilities and maintenance tasks, whereas, your hosting provider only takes care of the physical server and its availability.
If you choose to opt for Unmanaged VPS Hosting then you should have the technical expertise or dedicated in-house resources managing your server, operating system and other server related resources. Even if you are technically sound, Unmanaged VPS Hosting is better suited if you are an established business as opposed to an emerging one, because the main focus is establishing your business in the market.
What are VPS Hosting Benefits?
Users are guaranteed the resources on their VPS hosting account. This means that your account will always be allocated the set amount of RAM, CPU, and Disk Space you’ve chosen regardless of what other users on the server are doing. This allows for greater stability and performance of your website. You also do not share the Operating System with any other users, providing better security for your website files.
What is the difference between Shared vs VPS Hosting?
Users of Shared hosting all share the resources on the server their websites are on. There is no guarantee of RAM or CPU with Shared hosting. Shared hosting also does not provide full root access to the server, as opposed to VPS hosting where users are given full root access to perform commands and make configuration changes to their hosting environment.
How do I get started with VPS Hosting?
Getting started with VPS hosting is easy with Bluehost. Simply choose from our Standard, Enhanced, or Ultimate VPS hosting packages based on the amount of resources your website needs and follow the sign up instructions. Once you have an account, you can easily upgrade to more resources from within your customer dashboard.
Have a daily or weekly backup ?
VPS/VDS/Dedicated server user doesn’t have any data backup option includes by default. Nor even any backup of the VPS/VDS/Dedicated server customer’s data is stored on Putul Host’s side for any disaster recovery purpose. So, it’s always the customer’s responsibility to create their backup strategy