Deploy and resize servers, online, directly from your control panel.
Manage tons of servers within a single control panel.
All our plans include 1Gbps Uplink with unmetered bandwidth.
Our support team is always available to help you by livechat or support ticket.
Directly from your client portal, at anytime, you can deploy and resize servers as your project demands it.
If your project has many servers, manage them all on a simplified way from a single control panel.
Give wings to your project by our Gbit links with unmetered bandwidth, no limits to your project, both in Brazil and USA.
Host all your servers on the same Virtual Datacenter and share the resources between the servers you deploy. Expand as you need, and pay only as you go.
We accept for charges in Dollars
There are no limits for how many servers you can deploy.
Each server has to have at least: 1 IP, 1 CPU vCore, 1GB of Disk Space and at least 64MB RAM Memory.
Each server can expand up to 254 IPs, 36GB of RAM Memory, 16 CPU vCores and up to 300GB of Disk Space.
We allow you to resell, but unfortunately we do not have yet an API for our virtual datacenter.
Our Virtual Datacenter supports the following Linux versions: CentOS 5, CentOS 6, CentOS 7, Debian 6, Debian 7, Debian 8, Fedora 20, Fedora 21, Fedora 22, Fedora 23, Ubuntu 10, Ubuntu 12, Ubuntu 14, Ubuntu 15 and Ubuntu 16.
All our servers offer a basic protection up to 1Gbps attacks. However, it's not possible to upgrade virtual datacenter servers to a premium protection.
The servers deployed on a virtual datacenter are containers using openvz, in high avaibility nodes using SSD storages.
All your servers in a single and simplified panel.
Deploy and resize servers directly from your control panel as your project demands it, sharing your total resources between your servers.
Say goodbye to hardware issues!
"Bare metal servers are limiters for your project; say goodbye to physical limits by scaling your project up to VirtusHost Cloud services! Expand your cloud resources as much as you need, without physical limits, and totally forget the hardware issues or loss of data due to burnt drives."