If you have a resource-demanding application working on your hosting server, you can benefit from some additional RAM. See how you can promptly add more RAM to your server.
Whenever a program is executed on a server, it's loaded into the physical memory. In the event that you run a resource-demanding script, or if you simply add more scripts on your sites and you get plenty of visitors, you might encounter a scenario where your VPS has insufficient memory to run all the programs and freezes as a result, which means that your websites will stop working properly and that the website visitors will start seeing error messages. To avoid such a scenario, you could take advantage of the RAM upgrade that we are offering and increase the amount of physical memory for your use without changing your entire plan. This way, you may pay just for the system resources you actually need rather than for additional disk space or higher Central processing unit speeds that you will not really use, for instance. With the upgrade, you could ensure the flawless performance of your Internet sites, which also means a better experience for your site visitors.
Additional RAM in VPS
You could take full advantage of the RAM upgrade at any time with any of our virtual private server packages. Given that you know in advance that you will require more memory, you may add it during the Virtual Private Server order process with a few mouse clicks. If you need RAM once your hosting server is operational, you shall be able to add the necessary amount just as fast through your billing Control Panel. Due to the fact that our system is adaptable, you shall have the opportunity to buy memory in increments of 128 MB, thus you'll be able to get as much as you require at any moment and you may add RAM as often as required provided the first upgrade isn't sufficient. There'll always be free memory on the physical hosting server where your virtual server is created, as we ensure that the unused system resources will be enough for any VPS account to be upgraded significantly, regardless if the upgraded element is the disk space, the physical memory, and so forth.