A virtual private server (VPS) is a fully partitioned virtual machine running inside a larger server (Also see Virtual Private Server: What It Is and Who Is It For?). It functions exactly like a physical server does, but at substantially lower cost. A single large physical server can be partitioned into several hundreds of smaller virtual servers each one of which is capable of functioning as a fully independent machine. Companies can save a substantial amount in hardware and software costs by having their applications hosted on virtual private servers and managed by an Internet service provider.
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