At Verpex we set every single cPanel/WHM server up identically. That includes:
- Shared hosting
- Reseller hosting
- Managed Dedicated servers
This is true in every location and with every underlying network provider we use. The service you get is identical. We designed this in order to provide the most stable and reliable service.
We use high-end NVME hosting. On shared and reseller hosting, this is typically on servers with 128GB+ RAM and AMD EPYC CPUs.
Because we use CloudLinux, each cPanel account is limited in the RAM and CPU usage that it can make use of, but the whole server capacity is huge and the hardware performance is phenomenal.
We have tried various server setups over the past few years in order to provide the most consistent and highest performance hosting we can. This was the optimised setup we settled on.
We do not provide individual server specifications on request and exact underlying hardware can vary from server to server.
All servers run redundant RAID storage
As a global hosting provider we offer hosting locations around the globe. We do not run our own datacentres but instead put our managed hosting platform on top of various network providers. We offer the following locations:
- Central Europe
- South America
We are adding more locations as we find infrastructure providers that match our high standards and are able to accomodate the advanced features we need such as unlimited bandwidth and inline DDOS protection.
In each of the above locations we may use a number of providers and specific datacentres. We make those decisions based on various factors including network performance, availability of hardware, reliability, government relations.
On dedicated servers we can offer more granular choice about where you want to be located and work with you to find the most suitable setup for your needs.
All servers have backups stored offsite using JetBackup.
We run our own Anycast DNS service
We provide inline DDOS protection on all servers. We do not offer individual site protection against your site getting DDOS attacked -- and we will likely take your website offline should you be under attack. However, this enables us to keep other websites (and the server) online in the event of a DDOS attack.
Updated 5 months ago