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What is a VPS ?

VPS stands for Virtual Private Servers. VPS is an isolated server that share the hardware of a single physical server however performs like a stand-alone server where you can run your own applications, it can be rebooted independently, has its own root access, ip's, users, memory, processes, ports, etc.

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