Virtual Private Servers

Virtual Private Servers

Putting up a website is one thing, but what if your needs go beyond what you can do on a shared server?  Our virtual servers allow you all the benefits of having your own box with none of the headaches.  Each server is a full virtual machine, complete with its own hardware and a convenient remote access interface.  Only the CPU is directly accessed by the virtual machine, which gives the ultimate in flexibility without sacrificing performance.  We can install any operating system that runs on standard PC hardware, and we provide 24/7 monitoring and traffic graphs for all of our virtual servers.







Storage capacity

20 GB

40 GB

80 GB

150 GB


256 MB

256 MB

512 MB

512 MB

  Virtualmin or cPanel control panel Virtualmin Virtualmin cPanel cPanel
  CentOS or Ubuntu Server supported
  UNLIMITED monthly transfer
  FREE domain name


$35 /mo*

$20 setup fee**

$55 /mo*

$20 setup fee**

$99 /mo*

$20 setup fee**

$140 /mo*

$20 setup fee**


* 10% discount available with annual payment plan

** Setup fee waived with annual payment plan

Reliability and trust

Your web site can dramatically increase your sales -- but only if it's up when a potential customer looks for it.  Our hosting servers are housed in a modern datacenter with redundant cooling, power, and connectivity.

Netmar software
  • Netmar has been in the web hosting business for over 15 years -- that's almost as long as there's been World Wide Web.
  • Our 30-day money-back guarantee -- if you don't like your hosting service for any reason, we'll give a full refund, no questions asked.
  • Our 99.97% uptime guarantee --  as part of our comprehensive Service Level Agreement, we commit to keeping your web site up and running, or we'll pay you the difference.
  • Better Business Bureau accreditation -- a pledge of our commitment to fair business practices.
  • Take a look at some of our online reviews to see what other customers have to say about out hosting services!


You want sales from your web sites, but you also want your customers' information to be kept private.  We take security seriously.  We constantly monitor our web servers for illicit traffic and security weaknesses.  Protecting confidential information is important to us.  As part of this commitment, we are an authorized reseller of SSL certificates to secure your web site, including the new Extended Validation (green bar) certificates.

  • Multi-layer security model with 24/7 monitoring
  • High-grade encryption provided by Verisign, Thawte, and GeoTrust, including the new Extended Validation (green bar) certificates
  • Compliant with PCI DSS standards to ensure that your credit card information is kept secure
  • All web servers located in a secure facility with multi-factor authentication required for any physical access


Isn't a virtual server less capable than a physical box?

Not really.  While it's true that virtual hosting imposes a small overhead on CPU operations and a larger one on  I/O, the reality is that web applications rarely utilize more than a tiny fraction of any modern server's capabilities.  The rest is just generating waste heat.  We know -- we had our own data center packed with wall-to-wall servers, and loads were so predictably low that anytime we saw anything like heavy usage, we knew that something was wrong (typically a bot storm hitting one or more of the mail servers).  In fact, even today, with two or three virtual servers sharing each cpu (or core), resource utilization averages between 10-20% including the virtualization overhead.

It all sounds complicated.  I'm not sure I really want to learn a new technology just to get a server.

You don't have to.  While you can download the VMware console at any time to have direct remote access to the virtual machine, you don't need to use it.  There is a simple web management interface for basic functions such as resetting or power-cycling your virtual machine, or you can simple login via remote shell just as if it were a physical server.  The operating system can't tell the difference, and unless you look very closely at the installed hardware, you won't be able to tell either.

Well what about reliability?  Isn't virtualization more complex, and therefore more prone to failure?

Yes, but only when you consider the host server and all of its guests together.  The advantage to virtual hosting is that you don't need to do that.  The physical host server is responsible for running several virtual machines.  Each virtual machine runs your operating system and applications.  Because each VM is just a collection of files, they can be moved, duplicated, and otherwise manipulated in ways that would be impossible (or at least extremely expensive) for physical servers.  The end result is that any given VM is actually far more resilient than a "real" server would be.