EDIS Server Technologies - vps провайдер 

EDIS delivers infrastructure to leading global VPN providers,  
security firms, payment providers, developers, activists and many more.

EDIS accepts payments via American Express, China UnionPay (CUP), Discover & Diners, Japan Credit Bureau (JCB), Mastercard, VISA,  PayPal checkout and PayPal subscriptions, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, DAI, Dogecoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, as well as payments via Apple Pay, Google Pay, Alipay. SEPA / ACH direct debit on request (after legitimation)

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Server Status

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Popular operating systems

Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, pfSense, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Windows*

*EDIS provides the ISO but does not provide any software licenses.

24/7/365 NOC

any time

fully redundant 

Enterprise Hewlett Packard Infrastructure

Quality Uplinks
lowest latency

Customers are solely responsible for making backups of their servers and their data!

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is the leading open source virtualisation technology for Linux and it runs on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It installs natively on all Linux distributions and turns underlying physical servers into hypervisors so that they can host multiple, isolated virtual machines (VMs) incl. Windows, FreeBSD and many others. KVM servers are VPS (Virtual Private Servers).

What is the difference between VMware and KVM?

Cost. Cost is a key differentiator between KVM and the VMware virtualization solutions. KVM is distributed as part of many open source operating systems, so there isn't an additional cost. With VMware, you will need to purchase licenses for various products and will be locked into an enterprise license agreement (ELA).

What's the difference between a container and KVM?

LXC, Docker, ... are Linux Containers. KVM require their own kernel  to run while containers share the kernel with the hostnode.  While a KVM hypervisor abstracts away hardware (for the virtual machines to run their own operating systems), a container engine abstracts away an operating system  (so the container can run its applications).