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VPS hosting is one of the most popular hosting services you can choose for your website. It uses virtualization technology to provide you with dedicated private resources on a server with multiple users. VPS solutions usually offer more than one hosting plan. For instance, at Hostinger, we have six VPS plans to suit different business needs and let you scale your site seamlessly when you need more resources. A server is a computer on which your web host stores the files and databases needed for your website. Whenever an online visitor wants to access your website, their browser sends a request to your server and it transfers the necessary files through the internet. VPS hosting provides you with a virtual server that simulates a physical server, however, in reality, the machine is shared among several users. Using virtualization technology, your hosting provider installs a virtual layer on top of the operating system OS of the server. This layer divides the server into partitions and allows each user to install their own OS and software.