TL; DR: Opting to concentrate on the high-performance middle ground of the web hosting spectrum, Invpsus touts a VPS-only platform powered by modern infrastructure with solid-state drives. The team behind the young brand relies on years of industry experience at sister companies when delivering responsive customer support. Head of Support Dmitriy Reznichenko recently gave us a look into the company’s unique approach to virtualized servers, along with the full range of products and features that enable Invpsus customers to scale with ease.
Virtual private servers have a wide range of uses, especially in the business world. Boasting both affordable and dedicated computing resources, the VPS has become increasingly popular among clients seeking a powerful and cost-effective solution to host data and run mission-critical applications.
VPS hosting has been an attractive option since the early to mid-2000s, often serving as a bridge to connect successful shared hosting accounts to the upper echelon of dedicated servers. Instead of viewing VPS as an in-between solution, however, Invpsus makes the service its signature — and only — product.
A new venture from the company behind Hostony and FastNext, Invpsus launched in 2014 to combine powerful, performant infrastructure with high-caliber support and prices that make VPS hosting more attainable to site owners. Invpsus customers can enjoy instant provisioning, SSD storage, KVM virtualization, and several monthly or hourly billing options.
“We are passionate about hosting, hardware, and the cloud,” Head of Support Dmitriy Reznichenko said. “Quite frankly, we love what we do. This isn’t just a job for us; We enjoy being the best at what we do.”
A New Focus on Worldwide VPS Products
While Hostony and FastNext follow broader business models as performance-based jacks-of-all-trades, parent company Internet and Software Services decided to go in a different direction with Invpsus.
“In 2014, we decided to create a new project, which aimed to be different from Hostony and FastNext,” Dmitriy said. “We wanted a project that would be specifically aimed at selling only VPS servers.”
Heightened market demands for powerful cloud servers, as well as slumping shared hosting sales, prompted the inspiration to focus on scalable virtual servers. The team leveraged the lessons learned with Hostony and FastNext to quickly establish Invpsus as a reliable option for virtual servers.
“We are very proud to have been chosen by numerous customers as a trusted provider to handle all of their hosting needs for many years,” Head of Support Dmitriy Reznichenko said. “The main lesson is that, to be on top of hosting ratings, price is not always the only thing. The more important things are the quality and reliability of servers, along with friendliness and customer support.”
Superior Performance and Security with High-End Servers
With the decision to specialize, Invpsus would face the challenge of providing a well-rounded product, striking the delicate balance between cost, ease-of-use, performance, and reliability.
“We know that most of the clients choose either cheap servers or stable and powerful servers,” Dmitriy said. “We have managed to combine stability, outstanding support, and affordable prices, all at the same time.”
To maintain such high performance while keeping prices low, servers are shipped with the client’s choice of Linux-based operating systems, including Ubuntu, Debian, or CentOS. Additional features include:
- Flexible pricing plans: Invpsus offers five computing configurations at monthly or hourly rates. The company’s most expensive package provides 100GB of SSD storage, four virtual CPUs, and 6TB of bandwidth for $20 per month.
- Fast and powerful datacenter: All virtual servers are powered by eight-core processors, redundant SSD storage, and a 10GE network uplink.
- Convenient and user-friendly setup: Customers can choose among Parallels Plesk, ISPLite, and cPanel/WHM for a control panel, and the virtual servers are available within seconds of ordering.
- Advanced security and monitoring: Security personnel are available on-site 24/7 and must adhere to a 7-level security system that requires verification via biometrics. The datacenter is also equipped with anti-climbing fences as well as anti-tunneling protection.
- Customizable add-ons: Customers can supplement default packages with other products, including unlimited domains and CloudFlare DNS protection. With CloudFlare, sites are protected against DDoS and other attacks.
On top of providing high-quality servers, Invpsus also transfers customers’ websites from previous hosts at no additional cost. Invpsus then provides strong customer support, alongside regular backups and fail-safe RAID storage.
“Our KVM-virtualized virtual servers are designed to address a high level of security and performance needs,” Dmitriy said. “Every day after midnight, we copy all the data from your VPS to a separate backup partition, which is stored for 7 days.”
Specializing to Meet Ever-Evolving Customer and Market Demands
Although Invpsus is the newest venture of Internet and Software Services, the company already fills an important need among hosting customers, site owners, and growing businesses.
“Our typical customers are bloggers, webmasters, art studios, programmers, and different public organizations,” Dmitriy said. “With Invpsus, ordinary shared hosting was not the best solution for many customers, and VPS servers were under a great demand.”
As clients grow and adapt to a shifting market, they require better hardware and more storage. Invpsus incorporates customer feedback into the company’s VPS model to ensure simple scaling processes meet clients’ needs.
“We regularly review the feedback about our company and, if some of the features mentioned by customers generate a great interest, we try to implement them into our hosting packages,” Dmitriy said. “We always do our best to offer our customers products with the newest technologies.”
The Invpsus team plans to open new datacenters and add a content delivery network upgrade to expand its services farther across Europe. The CDN will help streamline content creation and delivery through its web cache and specialized storage, resulting in improved load times for images, video, and other media.
“It’s not difficult for us to deliver stable servers with good prices and a top-class support team,” Dmitriy said. “Our team always does its best to help any customer, in any situation.”
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