A Deep Dive into The Liquid Web Managed Private VPS Parent

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Liquid Web’s Managed Private VPS Parent is a flexible and versatile Cloud-based hypervisor platform. While this outstanding solution has been available for several years, it still may be our best-kept secret. If you desire the ease of deploying virtual instances in the cloud, want to maintain the separation and isolation of a traditional dedicated server, all within a simple-to-use management console, Liquid Web Managed Private VPS Parent may be for you. The many advantages include:

  • Create, move, resize and destroy virtual instances quickly and easily
  • Greater management control over allocated CPU cores, RAM and Disk Space
  • The ability to operate multiple servers in the cloud, but maintain isolation on a dedicated host
  • Easy management of multiple server instances for multiple clients, especially for Web Professionals, digital marketing agencies and hosting resellers
  • Ease in consolidating of multiple Cloud VPS Instance and/or Cloud Dedicated servers onto a private host
  • Directly control resources allocated to your child instances to fully utilize the server capacity, increasing the value of the solution as you utilize more resources

Liquid Web Managed Private VPS Parent allows you to create and manage your own cloud hypervisor host from directly the Liquid Web customer management portal. We’ve made it easy for you to manage, and you are in complete control. Best of all, you don’t need expertise in VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V, XenServer or KVM to take advantage of the value of virtualization.

Check Mark Create and configure virtual instances exactly as you wish with the Managed Private VPS Parent from Liquid Web.

The Liquid Web Private VPS Parent Solution is Purpose-Built to be Simple

  • Create the Managed Private VPS Parent. You create the Managed Private VPS Parent by choosing the size of the Cloud Dedicated server you would like as the host hypervisor. Creating and deploying a Private VPS Parent host server is instantaneous.

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  • Change the RAM, disk space, and vCPU. You have full control and flexibility to set the RAM, disk space and vCPU assigned to each Cloud instance on your Managed Private VPS Parent host. These are easily adjusted using simple slider bars.

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  • In much the same way as Cloud VPS Instances, each Child Instance operates independently of the other instances hosted on your Managed Private VPS Parent host server.
  • You have the option to over-allocate vCPU resources, allowing you to get as much utilization out of your server resources as possible. However, do so cautiously. Performance can be impacted with too much over-allocation.
  • Child Instances can be a mix of Operating System options, allowing CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, and Windows Child Instances to exist on the same Managed Private VPS Parent host.
  • Existing Cloud VPS and Cloud Dedicated servers can be ‘resized’ onto your Managed Private VPS Parent host.
  • Child Instances that outgrow your infrastructure can be ‘resized’ off the Managed Private VPS Parent host onto a Cloud VPS Instance, Cloud Dedicated server, or another Managed Private VPS Parent host.
  • Your Child Instances are completely isolated from other customers.
  • Isolate Child Instances from each other. For example, separate your Web Server and Email to prevent email issues from crashing your website, and vice versa.
  • Child Instances have independent bandwidth allocation, IP address allocation, and backup schedules.

Managed Private VPS Parent Host Server

Managed Private VPS Parent hosts can range as small as 4-cores (Intel i5-750), 4 GB RAM and 453 GB SATA and can go up to 24-cores (Dual Intel Xeon E5-2690v3), 32 GB RAM and 939 GB SSD. Check out our current promotions.

If your project requires Microsoft Windows Server Child Instances on your Managed Private VPS Parent host, we’ve got you covered. Licensing for Microsoft Windows Server Standard Edition is available at the Managed Private VPS Parent host level on a per-processor basis, and automatically is applied to the cost of the Managed Private VPS Parent host server when the first Windows Server Child Instance is created or added to the host.

Child Instances

Because the server resources (vCPU, RAM, disk space) are already covered in the cost of the Managed Private VPS Parent host, the Child Instance pricing is based only on licensing, management fees, bandwidth and backup subscription.

Linux Child Instances

For instance, a Child Instance with CentOS 7 and cPanel/WHM Fully Managed with 5 TB outbound bandwidth included cost as low as $10.00/month, with backup cost billed at the end of the billing cycle based on actual usage ($0.12/GB). A core-managed or self-managed Linux Child Instance can be added for as low as no additional charge. With multiple Child Instances, the cost savings can be considerable over deploying on individual Cloud VPS instances or Cloud Dedicated servers.

Windows Server Child Instances

Windows Server Child Instances created on a Private VPS Parent will have a Windows Server License fee that is calculated off the parent server core count. Liquid Web also offers ESET Security for an additional $10.00/month at the Child Instance level. Microsoft SQL Server licensing is also available, with the cost based on the license level (Express, Web, Standard, Enterprise) and the number of vCPU cores assigned to the Child Instance (minimum license level of 4-cores for MSSQL).

Interested in Exploring Our Managed Private VPS Parent Solution Further?

More information is available on our website. Better yet, the Most Helpful Humans in Hosting are here to help via a live chat or a phone call. Let us help you determine if Liquid Web’s Managed Private VPS Parent solution is a fit for your business needs, while also addressing your unique business challenges and upcoming project needs.
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