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Windows VDS/VPS

Powerful equipment. Server SSD drives. Microsoft Hyper-V hardware virtualization.

Linux VDS

VDS on KVM + OpenStack

from 6,5 USD
VDS SSD-2

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 21.29 USD/mo
  • Disk
    40 GB SSD
  • Memory
    1 GB
  • Processor Cores
    1 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-3

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 40.57 USD/mo
  • Disk
    60 GB SSD
  • Memory
    2 GB
  • Processor Cores
    2 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-4

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 77.00 USD/mo
  • Disk
    90 GB SSD
  • Memory
    4 GB
  • Processor Cores
    4 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-5

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 143.43 USD/mo
  • Disk
    120 GB SSD
  • Memory
    8 GB
  • Processor Cores
    8 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-6

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 276.43 USD/mo
  • Disk
    160 GB SSD
  • Memory
    16 GB
  • Processor Cores
    16 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-7

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 405.00 USD/mo
  • Disk
    240 GB SSD
  • Memory
    24 GB
  • Processor Cores
    24 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
VDS SSD-8

(Microsoft Hyper-V)

by 555.00 USD/mo
  • Disk
    320 GB SSD
  • Memory
    32 GB
  • Processor Cores
    24 x 2 GHZ
  • Maximum IPv4 addresses
    4
Recommend

Windows VDS provided
by RU-CENTER

  • Microsoft's Hyper-V hardware virtualization technology
  • Data storage on reliable and fast SSD hard drives
  • Unlimited traffic and a dedicated IPv4 address
  • Storage and data processing in a Moscow-based data center
  • 24/7 technical support
  • Save up to 20% by ordering a virtual dedicated server for a year

Remote VDS workstations

Ensure safety and security of your company's data — set up workstations for remote employees on a VDS. Order any VDS plan and choose the Windows Server 2016 RU operating system — you'll get access credentials within a few minutes. You don't need any third-party programs to get access to a server, which can be managed via a convenient panel. 

Control panel

Convenient server status management

Resource utilization charts  

Snapshot creation allows you to roll a virtual machine back to a point in time 

Simple re-installation of an operating system


What do I need a VDS/VPS for?

FOR FOREX TRADING

Make money as a trader without worrying about the safety of your data or the reliability of your internet connection.

FOR AN UNLIMITED NUMBER OF WEBSITES

Use a single VDS to host all your projects.

FOR APP DEVELOPMENT, TESTING, AND HOSTING

Install a new Windows OS on your VDS at any time.

FOR 1C PRODUCTS

Free licensed Windows OS that is required for the installation of 1C Enterprise, Accounting, Trading, Warehouse and other programs. 

Additional services

Server administration

We will perform all operations for correct server operation for you.

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SSL certificates

Products for secure server connection and data security.

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Website monitoring

Service for monitoring the availability of your resources online.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is a Windows VDS?

    VPS/VDS means a virtual dedicated server provided by a hosting provider to its users for rent. Operating systems are usually divided into the Linux and Windows families. Which one to choose depends on the goals of your project. Windows is a convenient and efficient operating system suitable for the deployment of a large-scale project with little effort. A Windows-based VPS is an important and meaningful contribution to stable operation of your resource.

  • What is the difference between Windows VPS and regular virtual hosting?

    The main difference between a VDS/VPS and virtual hosting is that any user can install the necessary software and flexibly configure the server and remote access for their tasks. This functionality does not depend on the operating system installed.

  • What is the difference between VDS and VPS?

    In the English-speaking IT sector, "VPS" and "VDS" mean the same — a server running in a virtual environment. The confusion occurred because of its Russian translation and some minor differences in the technology.

    "VPS" means a virtual private server.

    "VDS" means a virtual dedicated server.

    In both cases, users have the same opportunities: they can configure the server as an administrator, install the OS, upload websites and files, as well as work with the databases.

  • When do I consider ordering a Windows VDS?

    We recommend choosing a VDS/VPS if your project requires more computing power than virtual hosting provides, if you need to install your own software, or if you need more disk space.

  • Will Windows OS suit me?

    The choice of an operating system (OS) depends on requirements for software to be installed on the VDS.

    For Windows VDS we offer Windows Server 2019/2012/2008. After purchase, the operating system can be reinstalled automatically from the control panel.

    If you need a Linux/FreeBSD operating system, please use OpenStack + KVM price plans.

  • Where are the data centers located?

    All the servers are located in a Moscow-based data center. The Russian data center is designed in accordance with a Tier-3 level of the TIA-942 data center standard, equipped with high-bandwidth channels, and connected directly to MSK-IX internet exchange point.

  • What are the criteria for choosing a price plan?

    The choice of a price plan depends on requirements for software, technical experts' recommendations, and the VDS purpose. General recommendations:

    SSD-2 and SSD-3 will suit you if you need to order a VPS Windows at a low cost and use it as a test platform, or it will be perfect as a test platform for hosting medium-sized low-traffic websites or apps.

    SSD-4, SSD-5, and SSD-6 are universal price plans for organizing the workplace, launching 1C: Enterprise/Accounting, uploading a large number of websites or high-traffic websites, for instance, online stores.

    SSD-7 and SSD-8 rate plans are perfect for projects with special reliability and performance requirements (government agencies and financial institutions).

  • Still have questions?