Bare Metal Server, Dedicated Server Hosting

Bare Metal Server, Dedicated Server Hosting

Offering the perfect balance between control, performance, power, and cost, VPS Mart's bare metal as a service is a cost-effective enterprise-grade solution ready for high-intensive workloads.

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Choose Your Bare Metal Server Plan

Dedicated sever hosting with high-performance SSD drives for project development.

Express Bare Metal SSD

Starting at

$45.00

/month

  • 32 GB RAM
  • Quad-Core Xeon E3-1220
  • 120GB SSD + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $49.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $48.00/m
  • Annually: $47.00/m
  • Biennially: $45.00/m

Express Bare Metal SATA

Starting at

$45.00

/month

  • 16 GB RAM
  • Quad-Core Xeon E3-1220
  • 240GB SSD + 5TB SATA
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $49.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $48.00/m
  • Annually: $47.00/m
  • Biennially: $45.00/m

Basic Bare Metal SSD

Starting at

$65.00

/month

  • 64 GB RAM
  • Eight-Core Xeon E5-2670
  • 120GB SSD + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $69.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $68.00/m
  • Annually: $67.00/m
  • Biennially: $65.00/m

Basic Bare Metal SATA

Starting at

$65.00

/month

  • 32 GB RAM
  • Eight-Core Xeon E5-2670
  • 4x 3TB SATA RAID 10
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $69.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $68.00/m
  • Annually: $67.00/m
  • Biennially: $65.00/m

Professional Bare Metal

Starting at

$91.00

/month

  • 128 GB RAM
  • Dual Eight-Core Xeon E5-2660
  • 120GB SSD + 960GB SSD
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $99.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $97.00/m
  • Annually: $95.00/m
  • Biennially: $91.00/m

Advanced Bare Metal Server

Starting at

$123.00

/month

  • 128 GB RAM
  • Dual 12-Core E5-2697v2
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB SSD
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Remote Reboot (IPMI)
  • KVM over IP (IPMI)
  • 2 IPs
  • Monthly: $149.00/m
  • Semi-Annually: $143.00/m
  • Annually: $137.00/m
  • Biennially: $123.00/m

When to choose a Dedicated Bare Metal Hosting?

With the combination of high performance, flexibility, and low cost, managed bare metal hosting services are perfect for small to medium businesses that need to process critical high-intensity workloads.

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Mission-Critical Applications
Mission-Critical Applications

Organizations with mission-critical applications tend to choose a dedicated server hosting for improved reliability and uptime. This can include internal applications for employees which are crucial to seamless company operations or customer-facing apps with significant demand.

Video Conferencing & Video Streaming
Video Conferencing & Video Streaming

A dedicated server hosting can be the best mode to support the significant file size and bandwidth requirements associated with video conferencing and video streaming.

Backup Servers
Backup Servers

If your organization experiences a disruption due to security incidents, weather event, or other crisis, you’ll need immediate access to your data backups to resume operations and with minimal disruption to your employees and customers. Dedicated servers for off-site backups are one tool to achieve a resilient security stance and better business continuity planning.

Performance-Centric Apps and data workloads
Performance-Centric Apps and data workloads

The complete access and control over hardware resources make bare metal a good match for workloads such as HPC, big data, and high-performance databases as well as gaming and finance workloads.

Large, Steady-State Workloads
Large, Steady-State Workloads

For applications such as ERP, CRM, or SCM that have a relatively stable set of ongoing resource demands, bare metal servers can also be a good fit.

Free Services Included in Managed Dedicated Server Hosting

The most powerful Bare Metal hosting with managed technical support to accelerate your business.

Remote Desktop Access (RDP)

Administrator Permission

Server Manual Reboot

Hardware Replacement

Operating System

Database

DNS Service

Control Panel

Bare Metal Hosting Add-Ons

Add additional resources or services to your current bare metal servers to ensure a higher level of server performance. Some unlisted software programs can also be installed to meet your unique requirements.

Memory
$40/month/32GB
SSD Disk Space
$19/240GB, $29/960GB, $39/2TB
SATA Drives
$19/2TB, $29/4TB
Dedicated IP
$2/month/IPv4
Shared Hardware Firewall
$49/month
Dedicated Hardware Firewall
$99/month
MSSQL Database
$29/month/4 cores
Remote Data Center Backup
$30.00/month/40GB Disk
Why choose VPS Mart's bare metal hosting?

Why Choose VPS Mart's Bare Metal Hosting?

VPS Mart's managed Bare Metal Hosting services are fully dedicated server hosting, providing maximum performance and security. You have administrative access to the servers and can customize them to meet your business operations. Whenever you need help with your operations, you’re supported by our IT experts 24/7. You will get your money's worth using our dedicated server hosting.

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Customize your way

Configure the server environment from operating system to software programs to meet your business needs.

Everything Under your control

Take control of remote servers from your local machine with free KVM-over-IP and remote reboot console(Supermicro IPMI).

Security

Enjoy highest-level data encryption with data visible only to you.

Scalability

Choose up to 16 CPU cores, versatile storage, extensive memory, and more.

Dedicated recources

The bare metal as a service allows users to have full access to the bare metal servers. There is no sharing of storage, connection, or bandwidth.

Reliability

Guarantee high-level performance using enterprise-grade Supermicro servers and Eight-Core Intel Xeon Processors.

Every Bare Metal Server Beginner Needs to Know

Check the basics of bare metal server and See if it is the best fit for your business.

What is Bare Metal Server?

A bare metal server(also called dedicated server) is a physical server that is intended for use for one tenant only. As Bare-metal servers are single-tenant servers, they cannot be shared between clients. Every server can run a number of tasks for the client, but they are entirely dedicated to the client who is leasing them.

On a bare metal server, you can optimize the server according to its needs for performance, security and reliability. Typical site types, features, and environments that should use bare metal server hosting include those with: gaming and game design, large databases that store relational material, and sites with rendering. Bare metal servers are a good choice for small to medium businesses, as it provides a low-cost hosting solution.

What is Bare Metal Server
What are the benefits of a bare metal server

What Are the Benefits of a Bare Metal Server?

The managed Bare metal servers offer several key advantages over virtual and shared server. With economical bare metal servers from Database Mart, you will get these benefits:

Enhanced physical isolation which offers security and regulatory benefits.
Greater processing power.
Complete control of their software stack.
More consistent disk and network I/O performance.
Greater quality of service (QoS) by eliminating the noisy neighbor phenomenon
Imaging capability for creating a seamless experience when moving and scaling workloads

The Differences Between Bare Metal Server and Virtual Server?

A virtual server is a hosting service that uses virtualization technology to provide clients with dedicated resources on a single physical server. One physical server hosts multiple virtual servers, each isolated from the others. Virtual servers are the more common cloud computing model because they offer great resource density, fast provisioning times, and the ability to scale up and down quickly.

A bare-metal server is a physical hosting device dedicated to a single client (tenant) only. Bare metal servers are the right fit for a few primary use cases that take advantage of the combination of attributes. These attributes are dedicated resources, greater processing power, and more consistent disk and network I/O performance.

The difference between bare metal server and virtual server

FAQs of Dedicated Server Hosting

Answers to frequently asked questions about our managed dedicated server hosting

What software can I install on a bare metal server?

You can use root access to install any legitimately licensed software on a dedicated server. Bare metal servers come with your choice of Unbuntu, Debian. If your options aren't listed, you can even load your own operating system. In addition, we provide optional remote KVM access to enable lights-out management (LOM) on your dedicated server.

What are some examples where bare metal as a service is a better option?

Bare metal offers low latency, faster processing power and is best suited for computation-intensive workloads such as:
  • Processing large amounts of data.
  • Render graphics and animations.
  • For data security, you need complete control over your IT environment.
  • Do you provide any control panels for the dedicated server?

    Yes. We can install the SolidCP control panel for Windows dedicated server for free. SolidCP is a 100% open-source (and free) hosting control panel for Windows servers. You can use it to create IIS websites, MSSQL databases, etc. We can also install the ISPConfig control panel for the Linux dedicated server for free. ISPConfig is a widely used open-source free hosting control panel for Linux. You can use it to create websites, databases, email accounts, etc.

    Is the bare metal as a service a good fit?

    While bare-metal servers are very popular, they are not the best choice for every service. Companies in the finance, healthcare, and retail industries choose single-tenant bare metal servers to meet stringent regulatory compliance, privacy, and security requirements. However, businesses that do not require the performance and security requirements of a dedicated environment are often well suited to a fully managed virtualization environment.

    What is the difference between Bare Metal hosting and SSD dedicated server hosting?

    The major difference between them is that Bare Metal does not have RAID redundancy, while SSD dedicated server does. In other words, there is a high risk of data loss when the C drivers of Bare Metal go wrong. Therefore, Bare Metal is mainly for the use of product/project development or the business which is not data sensitive. For those who want to take advantage of the Bare Metal hosting price and use it for their data-sensitive business, please back up the data as often as possible to your local disk during the business.

    Is VMware bare metal?

    VMware ESXi: The Purpose-Built Bare Metal Hypervisor. Discover a robust, bare-metal hypervisor that installs directly onto your physical server. With direct access to and control of underlying resources, VMware ESXi effectively partitions hardware to consolidate applications and cut costs.

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