Selection of a virtual or local server for remote access

Choosing a virtual or physical server for remote access depends on several factors, such as your needs for computing resources, scalability, security, and budget. Here are some points to consider when choosing a virtual server:

  1. Power of computing resources: when choosing a server, you should pay attention to the amount of RAM, the number of CPU cores, the amount of storage (disk space), and the speed of the processor. It is very important to choose the right server that will meet all your data processing needs and the resources required to perform your tasks.

  2. Operating system: Depending on the operating system you use, there will be different requirements for a physical or virtual server. Popular operating systems for virtual servers include Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, CentOS) and Windows Server.

  3. Scalability: When calculating a server, make sure that the virtual server or local server has scalability so that you can increase its resources as needed. This is important if your needs for funds increase over time. If this is not taken into account, then in the future you may face the problem of the inability to increase external connections to the server.

  4. Security: We will definitely draw your attention to security measures. There are different levels of protection for both the server itself and access to the administrative account. Some of them include protection against DDoS attacks, network firewalls, the ability to set up a VPN, and other security features.

  5. Server location: Consider the location of the server. If low ping latency and fast access to the server from a specific location are important to you, then you should choose a server located closer to your geographic area.

  6. Price: Be sure to consider your budget. Prices for virtual or local servers can vary depending on the provider, the size of resources, and other features. Contact us and we will find the best option for you.

So you can order either a physical server from us or a virtual server from one of the cloud server providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, DigitalOcean, Linode, and others, to learn more, don’t hesitate to call us. Each option has its own unique features and offers, so it is important to evaluate them in detail before making a decision.