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AptHost unveils Virtual Private Servers Hosting plans

AptHost, a provider of shared, reseller, and dedicated hosting solutions, today announced the release of brand new vps hosting plans. It states that the new service is exclusively tailored to developers and video streaming with configurations pre-configured with FFmpeg and Red5 applications pre-installed.

It avers that VPS Hosting does not force multiple users to share a single file system. Without the cost of a true dedicated web server, a VPS allows for a completely private enviroment with its own independent operating system, web server, mail server and software.

It adds that VPS solutions will allow webmasters and web developers to build their website by allowing more creative freedom while reducing expenses.

The company states that the new VPS hosting plans will be completely managed allowing any novice or expert to focus on the more important aspects of their website without having to worry about the backend.

Further it says, comprehensive list of security tweaks and applications allow for optimal website performance and uptime. Additionally several applications are pre-installed and ready for immediate use; these applications include Red5, FFmpeg, PHP, MySQL, Apache and more.

It declared that all VPS hosting plans will be coupled with cPanel, powered by Virtuozzo 4 technology. With cPanel, customers will be able to manage their websites through an easy to use web interface. Additionally with the PowerPanel from Virtuozzo, customers will have the ability to reboot their server, monitor resources, create backups and much more.

"We are pleased to offer yet another hosting service to our already all-inclusive list of web hosting services. Our new vps hosting plans will allow developers and webmasters alike to run custom applications and scripts with full control of the server enviroment." commented Brian French, the company's President and CEO.

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