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Windows VPS using plesk to install many virutal machiness

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by manmusic, Dec 26, 2011.

  1. manmusic

    manmusic Regular Member

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    I spoke with someone from zipservers. They told me that with their vps plan, i can use plesk and install as many virtual machines as i want. However performance will be limited to the hardware, which i understand. This was the packages available
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    http://www.zipservers.com/virtual-private-server-plesk.php
    As you can see from the prices, the plans are very cheap. My question is this: Can I really create windows virtual machines for my clients through plesk?

    Basically my plan is to offer hosted vps like bhtdownloads. The only difference is all my software will be legit and my support will be 24/7. I want to start out very low cost and scale up. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated!
     
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    ccshack Junior Member

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    Hi Manmusic,

    If you are looking to offer a SEO VPS Service, first of all need to study how the VPS Service works, a little about virtualization, or look for anyone who can setup the server.

    I suggest to you if you want to build that service, you need to find a dedicate server to split it, and virtualize with any of the tools of the market (vmware, microsoft, and more)

    The URL for the service of VPS don't work to you because you can't create virtual machines to offer to your clients. (Or yes you can but that is a crazy solution.)
     
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  3. manmusic

    manmusic Regular Member

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    ok, what is the cheapest route to go and from which vendor? I would start out with maybe 5 clients, minimal hardware needed.