Virtual Server

Powerful & Scalable Virtual Servers
Designed To Handle Intensive Workloads

Instant Provisioning

We built our servers to be up and running immediately. start your provisioning the very second you need it.

99.9% Uptime Promise

We pride ourselves on reliability which is why promise to provide you with 99.9% uptime. So your customers can have access to your brand 24/7

Money-Back Guarantee

If you’re unhappy with our service delivery or product offering for any reason, we’ll give you your money back within 30 days of purchase

Select a Plan That Best Fits Your Needs.

Get 20% Off On Annual Plans
All our Virtual Server plans are powered by KVM. All server plans are full SSD, and run on Intel Xeon processors from state-of-the-art data centers.
In addition to our Virtual Server, we also offer Dedicated Server or Colocation

Do You Need a Custom Virtual Server ?

Just tell us what you need and we’ll be happy to help.

Virtual Server Features

100% Pure SSD Storage

Our servers run purely on solid state drives which is faster than any other cloud providers and have extreme quick read and write I/Os for more efficient storage

Enhanced Control Panel

Our robust control panel allows you to perform server administration such as resize, rebuild, root access, console and graphs. Firewall, network, back-up and many more all from your dashboard.

Extreme Performance

Using best in class technology, like OnApp and KVM, enables our cloud server to be both powerful and easy to use, by building our servers with state-of-the-art components, we unlock truly breakthrough speed

Multiple OS Options

Deploy CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows, FreeBSD, (and more!) from our template library, or use our Upload ISO feature. Use your template of choice to create a server in a matter of seconds.

DDoS Protection

Our proactive and intelligent network automatically detects incoming and outgoing DDOS attacks. The networks immediately responds to prevent the attack.

Root Access

Full “root” administrator access and a dedicated IP address included with all Servers. you can reboot your server anytime and install any software you want.

FAQs About Our Virtual Server

What is a Virtual Server?
A Virtual Server or Cloud Server refers to the partitioning of a physical server into multiple servers. In effect, each one acts just like a dedicated server; you get all the features of a dedicated server, but at a lower price. Each server has its own operating system, and each can be rebooted separately. These operating systems each receive a specific share of the resources of the physical server, no more and no less, they are isolated from each other so that one cannot interfere with another. For more information, see What is the difference between a Virtual Server and a dedicated server?, See also What is a Virtual Server?
Why Should I Choose Virtual  Server?
Virtual Servers are the right choice for software developers, IT Managers, webmasters, resellers and for those who run resource-intensive websites and need to host sites and software applications with ease. Each KVM based Virtual Server with Garanntor performs and executes exactly like an independent physical machine and therefore offers security and flexibility, independence from neighbors, full control over your environment and the power of a dedicated server, at an affordable price. For more information, see Difference Between Virtual Server & Shared Hosting
Can I upgrade my Virtual Server?
You can upgrade your Cloud Server plans at any time, directly from your client area. Your entire vm (OS, server software, settings) is saved; you don’t need to make any changes. Once you select a plan, the upgrade happens automatically within minutes.
Which OS is available on Garanntor Virtual Servers?
Once you’ve launched your server, you’ll gain access to our operating system library with a variety of Linux & Windows configurations along with popular options such as CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows Server, Arch Linux and control panels such as Plesk Onyx and cPanel. If required, you can easily rebuild your server with the operating system of your choice from our library. For more information, see Choosing An Operating System For Your Server