Linux VPS - Offshore VPS
Does your site get a lot of traffic? If so, then a Linux VPS might be right for you.

What Does VPS Stand For?

VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. This is a shared server environment that has the same technical benefits of a dedicated server but at a greatly reduced cost.

Why Get a Linux VPS?

The best answer is because often a shared environment is too limiting for your high profile site. One more reason could be you will want be on a more scalable solution as opposed to hosting in a shared environment.

What are some of the challenges?

One of the greatest reasons to change to a Linux VPS is the limiting factor that a lot of hosting companies place on memory. With a Linux VPS you can control more easily the amount of RAM (memory) you need for your specific project.

Price of a Linux VPS?

When you order one of our offshore Linux VPS you have the option to add cPanel for an additional fee. Most clients are savvy and simply set up a Linux / Apache configuration. When you do this, you can have a PVS from VPSGoneWild.com for as little as $14.95.

Ultimately you are after rock solid Uptime with your Linux VPS, for that reason its not just about price – but it’s about be a part of a rock solid network.

Does VPSGoneWIld.com offer Linux w/ cPanel?

Of course we have cPanel and WHM (why wouldn't we?).

By using WHM and cPanel you can make the management of your Linux VPS a absolute breeze.