CentOS VPS Hosting, VPS CentOS 7 Server, CentOS Virtual Private Server

With a CentOS VPS, you have full control over the virtual machine. You can install and configure software, host websites and web applications, set up databases, manage security settings, and perform other server-related tasks.

VPS CentOS 7 Pricing, CentOS VPS Plan Options

Choose the most suitable VPS CentOS 7 plan options according to price and server resources.
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Express Linux VPS

4.99/m
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  • 4GB RAM
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 60GB SSD
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 4 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
  • Ubuntu/CentOS/Debian&More
  • No Setup Fee
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Express Plus Linux VPS

7.99/m
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  • 6GB RAM
  • 3 CPU Cores
  • 100GB SSD Disk Space
  • 100Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 4 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
  • Ubuntu/CentOS/Debian&More
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Basic Linux VPS

8.99/m
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  • 8GB RAM
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 140GB SSD
  • 200Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 4 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
  • Ubuntu/CentOS/Debian&More
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Basic Plus Linux VPS

12.99/m
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  • 12GB RAM
  • 6 CPU Cores
  • 180GB SSD Disk Space
  • 200Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 4 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
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Professional Linux VPS

15.99/m
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  • 18GB RAM
  • 8 CPU Cores
  • 240GB SSD
  • 300Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 2 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
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Professional Plus Linux VPS

27.99/m
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  • 24GB RAM
  • 8 CPU Cores
  • 280GB SSD Disk Space
  • 300Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 2 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
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Advanced Linux VPS

31.99/m
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  • 28GB RAM
  • 10 CPU Cores
  • 320GB SSD
  • 500Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 2 Weeks Backup
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Advanced Plus Linux VPS

51.99/m
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  • 32GB RAM
  • 16 CPU Cores
  • 400GB SSD Disk Space
  • 500Mbps Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Once per 2 Weeks Backup
  • 1 Dedicated IPreport
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CentOS VPS Advantages, Benefits of CentOS VPS

CentOS VPS provides a stable, secure, and cost-effective hosting environment with a rich set of features and options, making it a favored choice for individuals, businesses, and developers seeking a reliable hosting solution.
SSH Access

SSH Access

Users can remotely connect to the command line interface of the VPS through the SSH protocol. We provide SSH login information, allowing users to access using usernames and passwords or SSH keys.
Full Root Access

Full Root Access

With a CentOS VPS, you get full root access, a level of control that allows you to install and configure software, customize settings, and optimize your server.
Stability and Reliability

Stability and Reliability

CentOS is known for its stability and reliability because it is built on the source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It is rigorously tested and supported by an active community.
Resource Isolation

Resource Isolation

Each VPS is isolated from other VPSs on the same server, providing dedicated resources such as CPU cores, RAM, disk space, and bandwidth. This isolation ensures that the performance and operation of one VPS does not affect other VPSs.
Scalability

Scalability

CentOS VPS hosting is easily scalable. You can upgrade resources (CPU, RAM, disk space) as your needs grow without affecting other VPS instances on the same server.
24/7 Free Tech Support

24/7 Free Tech Support

Professional and experienced, our virtual server hosting experts will provide managed technical services with high quality via live chats/emails around the clock.
99.9% Uptime Guarantee

99.9% Uptime Guarantee

There is only a maximum of 8.76 hours of unavailable time per year, covering service interruptions caused by hardware, network, and power failures.
Regular Data Backup

Regular Data Backup

We practice our data security by the monthly data backup in the SSD. The lost data can be retrieved from the latest backup if needed.

Scalable Resources for Cheap CentOS 7 VPS

CentOS VPS solutions are easily scalable. You can upgrade your resources (CPU, RAM, disk space) as your needs grow without affecting other VPS instances on the same server.
Optional Add-ons for CentOS VPS Server
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Additional CPU Core$5.00/month/Core
Additional Memory$5.00/month/GB
Additional Dedicated IP$2.00/month/IP (IPv4 or IPv6)ARIN Justification Required. Maximum 8 per package
Additional SSD Disk Space$5.00/month/20GBAdded to C: Drive
Bandwidth UpgradeUpgrade to 1000Mbps: $10.00/monthThe bandwidth of your server represents the maximum available bandwidth. Real-time bandwidth usage depends on the current situation in the rack where your server is located and the shared bandwidth with other servers. The speed you experience may also be influenced by your local network and geographical distance from the server.
Image .vhdx File Restoration$25.00/Server one time feeRestore the image file from our backup servers.
Image .vhdx File Download$25.00/Server one time feeDownload the image file to the client's local computer.

VPS CentOS 7 Server Meets Different Application Scenarios

VPS CentOS 7 offers powerful features and flexibility, making it a preferred solution for hosting web applications, databases, enterprise applications, and more.
Web Hosting

Web Hosting

You can use CentOS VPS as a web server to host static websites, dynamic websites, blogs and e-commerce websites, etc. You can install and configure web server software (such as Apache, Nginx) and database servers (such as MySQL, MariaDB).
Application Hosting

Application Hosting

CentOS VPS can be used to deploy and run various applications, including content management systems (such as WordPress, Joomla), email servers (such as Postfix, Dovecot), game servers, and more.
Database Server

Database Server

You can set up a database server on CentOS VPS to store and manage data and set automatic backup tasks. Popular database management systems (DBMS) include MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, and others.
Development and Testing

Development and Testing

For developers, a CentOS VPS can be used as a development and testing environment, creating a private Git server for developing and debugging software applications without affecting the production environment.
Remote Desktop

Remote Desktop

If a desktop environment is installed on the CentOS VPS, you can use a remote desktop protocol (such as VNC) to connect to the desktop interface of the server for easy management and operation.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

By setting up a VPN server, you can create a secure virtual private network on CentOS VPS, enabling remote users to safely access internal resources.

FAQs of CentOS VPS Server Hosting

What is CentOS VPS?

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A CentOS VPS (Virtual Private Server) is a virtualized server that runs the CentOS operating system. CentOS stands for Community Enterprise Operating System and is a Linux distribution that is based on the freely available source code of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It is designed to be a stable, secure, and reliable platform, making it popular for server environments.

Can I upgrade CentOS to a newer version?

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Yes, you can upgrade CentOS to a newer version using package manager commands like 'yum' or 'dnf'. However, major version upgrades (e.g., CentOS 7 to CentOS 8) might involve more complex steps and potential risks. It's essential to back up your data before attempting a major version upgrade.

How do I troubleshoot common issues on my CentOS VPS?

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Common troubleshooting steps include checking log files for error messages, verifying network connectivity, ensuring services are running, and identifying potential resource bottlenecks (CPU, RAM, disk space).

How do I secure my CentOS VPS?

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Securing your CentOS VPS is crucial. Some essential security measures include:
Keeping the system and software up-to-date with security patches.
Configuring a firewall (like firewalld or iptables) to control incoming and outgoing traffic.
Disabling unnecessary services and ports.
Using strong and unique passwords for users and services.
Enabling SSH key-based authentication and disabling root login via SSH.

What is VPS CentOS 7?

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VPS CentOS 7 refers to a virtual private server (VPS) that runs the CentOS 7 operating system. CentOS is a Linux distribution based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and is known for its stability, security, and long-term support. CentOS 7 is one of the major releases of the CentOS operating system.

How can I install software on my CentOS VPS?

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You can install software on your CentOS VPS using package managers like YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) or DNF (Dandified YUM). For example, to install a package, you can use the command: 'sudo yum install package_name'.

Can I host multiple websites on my CentOS VPS?

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Yes, you can host multiple websites on your CentOS VPS by using a web server like Apache or Nginx. You can configure virtual hosts to serve different websites with their own domains or subdomains.

How can I install software on my CentOS VPS?

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You can install software on your CentOS VPS using package managers like YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) or DNF (Dandified YUM). For example, to install a package, you can use the command: 'sudo yum install package_name'.

What are the system requirements for CentOS 7 VPS?

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The system requirements for CentOS 7 VPS typically depend on the specific use case and workload. However, as a general guideline, you might need at least 1-2 CPU cores, 1-2 GB of RAM, and 20 GB of disk space.

Can I upgrade CentOS 7 to CentOS 8?

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Yes, it is possible to upgrade CentOS 7 to CentOS 8 using the dnf package manager. However, major version upgrades like this can be more complex and may involve some risks, so it's essential to back up your data and configurations before attempting an upgrade.