In case you have a resource-consuming application running on your hosting server, you can benefit from some additional RAM. Learn how you can promptly add more RAM to your server.
In case you use a VPS for online and offline apps, you might come across a situation where they do not perform adequately due to insufficient physical memory. This could take place if you try to run an application which requires additional RAM than the amount your plan offers, or if you have too many programs and some of them consume all the memory, leaving no free RAM for the others. Even if you get a powerful package deal, this may happen if you include more programs on the server later on, and since it is possible that you'll need simply more physical memory, but not higher Processor speeds or more disk space, our company offers a RAM upgrade that you may use without changing your entire plan. Thus, you can pay only for the resources that you really need and you'll be able to avoid errors on your sites caused by insufficient memory and the inability of the VPS to load the applications.
Additional RAM in VPS Web Hosting
You may take advantage of the RAM upgrade at any time with any of our virtual private server packages. If you know ahead of time that you will need more memory, you'll be able to add it during the VPS order procedure with a number of mouse clicks. If you require RAM once your web server is operational, you shall be able to add the desired amount just as quickly via your billing Control Panel. Because our system is flexible, you'll have the opportunity to order memory in increments of 128 MB, therefore you could get as much as you would like at any given time and you can add RAM as often as required provided the first upgrade isn't satisfactory. There shall always be free memory on the physical hosting server where your virtual server is created, as we make sure that the unused system resources will be sufficient for any Virtual Private Server account to be upgraded considerably, regardless if the upgraded characteristic is the disk space, the physical memory, etcetera.