High Performance Servers Cloud

Plan Processor CPU RAM Storage Bandwidth
GeeVX1
AMD EPYC™
4
Cores
8
GB
160 GB NVMe 25 TB ( 5 Gbit/s )
$40.95 USD /mo
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GeeVX2
AMD EPYC™
4
Cores
16
GB
160 GB NVMe 25 TB ( 5 Gbit/s )
$52.95 USD /mo
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GeeVX3
AMD EPYC™
8
Cores
16
GB
240 GB NVMe 25 TB ( 5 Gbit/s )
$76.95 USD /mo
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GeeVX4
AMD EPYC™
8
Cores
32
GB
240 GB NVMe 25TB ( 5 Gbit/s )
$99.95 USD /mo
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GeeVX5
AMD EPYC™
24
Cores
32
GB
369 GB NVMe 25 TB ( 5 Gbit/s )
$180.95 USD /mo
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    Fast Deployment
    Many ready tepmlates
    Easy Dashboard
    Easy backup
    Choose WebGee Cloud, Here's Why

    Managed Cloud Server Features

    Firewall Protection

    100% network uptime guarantee and Instant firewall rules configuration through WebGee

    IPv6 Protocol Support

    Pv6 or IP version 6 is the next generation Internet protocol which will eventually replace the current protocol IPv4.

    Scalable RAM/CPU/DISK

    Growing quickly? Start with 1GB of RAM and easily scale up, quickly and effortlessly from within your control panel.

    Unlimited 24/7 Support

    Our expert Technical Support team is on standby to diagnose and solve any issues you encounter. No question is too basic or complex.

    Fast Setup

    Setup times average just a few seconds for all servers.

    Global DDoS Protection

    Our plans are designed to stop even the largest, strongest DDoS attacks. If we ever fall, you get your money back!

    Multiple Linux Distros

    Convenient Linux flavors for optimal server productivity.

    Full Root Access

    Be in charge of your virtual server with complete access and control.

    Guaranteed Resources

    Dedicated resources that belong only to you

    Supported OS

    CentOS
    CentOS

    CentOS 7
    CentOS 8
    CentOS 9

    Ubuntu
    Ubuntu

    Ubuntu 22.04+
    Ubuntu 20.04
    Ubuntu 18.04

    Windows Server
    Windows Server

    Windows Server 2016
    Windows Server 2012 R2
    Windows Server 2016
    Windows Server 2019
    Windows Server 2022

    Debian
    Debian

    Debian 11
    Debian 10

    Rocky Linux
    Rocky Linux

    Rocky Linux 9
    Rocky Linux 8

    Alpine Linux
    Alpine Linux

    Alpine Virtual 3.16

    AlmaLinux
    AlmaLinux

    AlmaLinux 8
    AlmaLinux 9

    Fedora
    Fedora

    Fedora 37

    Frequently Ask Questions
    A cloud server refers to a virtual server that operates within a cloud computing infrastructure. It functions as a virtualized server that operates in a cloud computing environment, which is a group of interconnected servers and other computing resources accessible via the internet. The benefits of using cloud servers are extensive and can include web hosting, data storage, application hosting, and more. Compared to traditional physical servers, cloud servers offer scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness. Users can effortlessly adjust their computing resources as required, and only pay for the resources they utilize with a cloud server.
    Although cloud servers and cloud hosting are both cloud-based services, they differ in their usage and level of control.
    Cloud servers are virtualized servers that run within a cloud computing infrastructure. They offer high levels of flexibility and scalability, making it easy for users to add or remove computing resources as necessary. Cloud servers are usually utilized for hosting web applications, databases, and other computing workloads that require a high degree of control over the server environment.
    On the other hand, cloud hosting is a service that provides the infrastructure required to store and deliver web content, such as HTML files, images, and videos, over the internet. Cloud hosting is typically more limited in terms of customization and control when compared to cloud servers. It is designed to be user-friendly for non-technical users.
    To summarize, cloud servers are used for hosting more complex computing workloads that require a high degree of control and customization, while cloud hosting is used for hosting simpler web content that requires less technical expertise.
    A cloud server can host a wide variety of applications, including: Web applications: Cloud servers are often used to host web applications, such as content management systems, e-commerce platforms, and customer relationship management systems. Databases: Cloud servers can be used to host databases, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB, as well as NoSQL databases like Cassandra and Redis. Big data and analytics: Cloud servers can be used to host big data and analytics applications, such as Hadoop and Spark, for processing large volumes of data. Machine learning and AI: Cloud servers can be used to host machine learning and AI applications, such as TensorFlow and PyTorch, for training and running machine learning models. DevOps tools: Cloud servers can be used to host DevOps tools, such as Jenkins and GitLab, for continuous integration and deployment. Gaming servers: Cloud servers can be used to host gaming servers, such as Minecraft and Rust, for multiplayer gaming. Overall, cloud servers are a versatile and flexible hosting solution that can be used for a wide range of applications and workloads
    In short, no. However, they can be installed, but additional licensing fees would apply. Cloud servers include bare operating systems without a hosting control panel by default, which means that users need to set up and configure the server environment themselves. This approach provides a high degree of flexibility and customization, allowing users to choose the software and configurations they need for their specific use case. However, this also means that users need to have the technical expertise to set up and manage the server environment themselves, including installing software packages, configuring the web server, and managing security settings. For users who do not have the technical expertise or time to do this, there is the option to install a hosting control panel, such as cPanel or Plesk, on the cloud server. While installing a hosting control panel can make it easier to manage the server environment and hosting accounts, it comes at an additional cost. This is because licensing fees for the control panel software need to be paid. In summary, while a cloud server without a hosting control panel provides high flexibility and customization, it may require more technical expertise to set up and manage. Installing a hosting control panel can make it easier to manage the server environment, but users should be aware that it may come at an additional cost.
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