High computing power for your projects
High-performance professional servers, specially designed for businesses. As a multi-purpose solution, they suit a wide range of needs: hosting complex business applications, virtual machine setup, and even customer relationship management (CRM) tool setup.
The advantages of Enterprise servers
SP servers: high-frequency servers
The high-frequency processors in SP servers are adapted to suit projects that require a lot of computing power. With the vRack private network (available on the SP-32 and SP-64 servers), you can create your own server cluster, or add your server to an existing one.
MG servers: dual processors and cores
Equipped with two Xeon processors that each have a high number of cores, MG servers can process a high number of tasks. They are perfect for virtualisation projects, and offer a high volume of RAM to ensure high performance and stability.
Uses of an Enterprise server
Get high performance and high availability for business applications with an Enterprise server.
Get servers equipped with a high number of cores, specially adapted for virtualisation. Create virtual server fleets with one or more dedicated servers.
ERP - CRM
CRM solutions and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications benefit massively from full access to all of a server's resources. This provides optimal performance and ensures that data is available to users, wherever they are based.
Why rent a dedicated server in our datacentres?
An assured guarantee
By hosting a server on your own premises, you are responsible for hardware maintenance, as well as securing your computer network and power supplies. By renting a server from an OVH datacentre, you get all the guarantees that are essential for a high-availability, high-performance machine. All of our servers are equipped with next-generation components, and built by us. We offer record delivery time, a range of backup options, connection to the OVH private network (vRack), a wide range of compatible operating systems, and a powerful anti-DDoS solution.
What is a virtual server?
With a physical server, you can use emulation software to create one or more virtual servers. They will use a portion of the physical server's resources, which are allocated to them by the emulation software. There are several advantages to this method, including:
- Hot migration of a virtual machine
- The ability to optimise resource usage on a dedicated server
- The ability to separate different services offered by a business, for higher security