CooliceHost VPS Hybrid (Semi Dedicated) Hosting Plans are based on Cloud Linux kernel-level technology, which isolates each customer into his own lightweight virtualized environment. This type of setup allow us to asign resources such as CPU Cores & RAM to a hosting plan in a way that is done to a VPS.
We can provide you with a service similar to the configurated VPSs abilities. You can take advantage of fully supported HTTP/2 protocol, switch between seven different versions of Hardened PHP (PHP 4.4, PHP 5.1, PHP 5.2, PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0). Turn on or off over 90 PHP extensions in the hosting control panel, manage Mod_Securty Web Application Firewall (WAF) and many more...
Our hybrid hosting plans give you the opportunity to benefit from an ultra fast LiteSpeed Webserver + Private Cache Architecture, cPanel, Softaculous installer, without extra charging. And remember: You don't need to know how to configure or administrate virtual server, as it's all included in the price.
Affordable hosting plan for your fast-growing business
Experience the ultimate speed and manageability
High performance and great flexibility for large websites
We are client-oriented, flexible and reliable - as a leader in VPS Hybrid Hosting should be.
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Our servers are equipped with Intel® Skylake v5 CPUs, DDR4 Memory, Samsung SSDs, with H+4 hardware replacement guarantee.
Servers for VPS Hybrid Plans are located at Tier III certified by Uptime Institute data center in Paris, France and have 1 Gbps Internet connection.
Coolice has started to manage cPanel servers with a Red Hat 3 AS (Advanced Server) back in September 2005.
We offer you plans with significant resources on the unmanaged VPS's price. Despite our flexible service there are some limitations:
TOS > 6.3 Customer may not use the services provided by us in a way that our technical infrastructure or the data / performance of other customers will be affected.
Backups are done daily with cPremote. Files are stored on disaster recovery backup servers, located 700km away in Germany.Go Top