This service provides for the creation of a virtual server with its own set of resources and operating system. When ordering VDS client is given full access to the server, the operating system is installed optionally. It is possible to install and configure the necessary processes and services, to manage the full OS that does not exist when choosing hosting services shared hosting sites.
KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a software solution that provides virtualization in a Linux environment on an x86 platform that supports hardware virtualization based on Intel VT (Virtualization Technology) or AMD SVM (Secure Virtual Machine).
KVM allows virtual machines to use unmodified disk images of QEMU, VMware and others that contain operating systems. Each virtual machine has its own virtual hardware: network cards, disk, video card and other devices.
On VDS KVM, you can use any of the existing operating systems (OS), different versions, modifications and bit rates: Windows-Server 2008/2012/2016, CentOS 6 or 7, Debian 7 or 8, Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04 or 16.