To create your first VPS click the Create Virtual Server button.
On the New Server Details Page you can fill out the following fields:
This is just to name your new VPS and differentiate it in the server lists.
This will be the hostname of your server, example: server.mydomain.com
We have a large variety of different OS's to chose from. Select your desired Distro for your new VPS.
Enter a good secure password for your root user. We recommend using many different types of special characters and making it longer then 16 characters in length. We suggest a tool like 1Password to keep track and create good secure passwords.
Generally you can keep this field empty, as it is only used for OS's that require a license.
Select how much memory you would like to use from your Resource Pool and allocate to this new VPS.
Select how many CPU(s) you would like to allocate to this new VPS from your Resource Pool.
This will be your Boot Disk and we recommend at least 10-20 GB, remember to leave 1 GB free for your Swap Disk which is the next selection.
Select at least 1GB for your Swap Disk.
Each new VPS needs at least 1 IPv4 Address. You can add an IPv6 address by contacting our support team after the new VPS is built.
Please leave this selected as Public Network Zone, as the other selections are for special deployments.
These resources allocated to your VPS can be upgraded or downgraded at anytime after the initial deployment
Once done, click Add New Virtual Server
You will the be taken back to the Resource Pool management page where you will see your new VPS listed.
Please Note: When you delete a Virtual Machine, it also removes all snapshots created.
After creating your Resource Pool and your first Virtual Server(s) you can access each individual VPS Management Dashboard by clicking on the Manage button from the Virtual Server list. Virtual Server Management On the Server Management page you will get an overall view of your server. Showing the…