Virtual servers are basically a slice of a dedicated server, designed to run your own operating system, applications and custom settings, independent of other servers on the same hardware node. The full control of resources management and applications / operating system settings is one of the main differences between a virtual server and a traditional shared hosting plan, where you have limited access to update system settings and also no control on resources shared with other customers. Our cloud KVM servers are built using full hardware virtualization, which has several advantages over traditional virtual servers, such as complete isolation of resources, resources can be adjusted independently vs upgrading to a new plan (pay only what you need). Another major advantage is that these virtual servers are acting exactly like dedicated hardware nodes, which allows installation of all operating systems – various top Linux distrubutions, Windows Server, FreeBSD, etc. Full control is emphasized by providing root access to the servers and a remote console that doesn’t require a direct internet connection to the server, the same way you would use a monitor/display to a traditional PC/server. And because configration of a server is a complex task, we’ve anticipated this chalenge by offering a free commercial control panel – Webuzo, this way allowing fast deployment of both system applications and hundreds of website types, such as blogs, eCommerce, management solutions, etc – all in one click. In order to take advantage of the full hardware virtualization, we deploy these servers only on SSD storage. The flexibility of the full hardware virtualization technology allowed us to integrate it in a cloud environment, meaning that complex virtual hardware configurations are possible (such as attaching secondary disks), settings across servers can be migrated easily to another hardware node for better redundancy and uptime.