Virtual server on Windows in Europe

Are you looking for virtual server on Windows in Europe? Get it form DCXV (Xivicom)

Server with Windows is a safe environment for working with projects of varying complexity. VPS servers can be used to host sites and applications, test and run services, store databases and as frontend or backend servers in complex systems with heavy load or as a virtual office with round-the-clock access.

Virtual server on Windows from DCXV are based on clusters of powerful physical servers. They represent a highly reliable, fault-tolerant system with certain parameters: processor power, RAM, hard disk, operating system.

A virtual server or VPS / VDS is an emulation of a dedicated physical server with full administrative access. Ready-made free operating system templates for Microsoft Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2 save money, time and effort on installation. All VDS are built on the modern Hyper-V R3 platform using clustering based on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, ensuring the fault tolerance of virtual machines.

Virtual server on Windows will cope with any time-consuming task. Our VPS SSD servers are chosen by those who are looking for quality at an affordable price. Dealing with DCXV for you is open a lot of opportunities:

  1. Preinstalled software, you do not need to have administrator skills;

  2. Round-the-clock support, upon request we can help configure the server;

  3. At any time, you can change the parameters of the VPS SSD server, either upward or downward;

  4. We have the lowest prices with the highest quality of services in Lithuania.

You will save on purchasing third-party software licenses while working with any software. Simply install one licensed copy on the virtual server, and any of your employees can use it from anywhere.

The DCXV`s solution insures you against the failure of your computer. To continue the work, you can use any other computer, tablet or smartphone, without losing any important file. In this case, you will continue from the place where you left off.

Find out more about the virtual server on Windows as well as about other solutions on DCXV (Xivicom) site.