All of our servers are equipped with the latest technological advances. The Advance range offers best balance between price and performance for professional dedicated servers.
Each server comes with a default bandwidth and offers unlimited data volume. You have the option to increase your bandwidth, if required.
All Advance servers are equipped with high-speed connection via the BULLTEN vRack private network. By using this feature, you can securely interconnect all of your BULLTEN solutions, regardless of which datacentres they are hosted in.
All BULLTEN servers have a 99.95% SLA, ensuring the best availability for your business applications.
Enjoy dedicated web hosting for your website or e-commerce platform, without additional costs for traffic, and without compromising on security.
Create and manage your virtual machines on one or more dedicated servers, with a large number of CPU and RAM cores.
Each server comes with one public IPv4 address and one IPv6 address. You can buy additional IPv4 addresses for your dedicated server (up to 256 per machine).
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Many distributions are offered for automatic installation via the BULLTEN Control Panel. This includes various operating systems (Windows Server, Debian, Ubuntu or CentOS), Plesk and cPanel Web management interfaces, and also Microsoft SQL Server for databases. Virtualisation solutions, like VMware, CoreOS and Windows Hyper-V, are also available.
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Each dedicated server has a storage space of 500 GB dedicated to backups. This space, completely independent of the server, allows you to store your data and configuration files. The storage capacity can be increased, if needed.
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By renting your servers from BULLTEN, you benefit from technical support via telephone and e-mail, 24/7. You can also contact our advisors, who are ready to support you. In addition, a range of guides and an online Help Centre is available to assist you during the installation and administration of your services.
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All BULLTEN dedicated servers include optimum anti-DDoS technology to provide you with the best protection against complex and sophisticated attacks and ensure business continuity.
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The IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) console, accessible from the BULLTEN Control Panel or API, provides you with a direct connection to your dedicated server. If your server becomes unavailable for any reason, you can keep control of it via its public IP address. This administration system also allows you to monitor the hardware components of your server.
Two display methods are available: the internet browser (HTML 5) or the Java applet.
Outstanding Performance meets Complete Scalability
We offer default public bandwidth in our dedicated servers. If required, you can easily add additional bandwidth to ensure a consistent flow of your incoming and outgoing traffic.
Add up to 256 IP addresses to your server at no extra monthly costs. You have to only pay a nominal amount of <$$$> as one-time setup fee. IP addresses and/or IP blocks can be easily transferred between BULLTEN servers so as to allow you to keep them when changing machines. Additional IPs can be geolocated in 14 countries.
Each of our dedicated servers has a 500 GB backup space for storing your data and configuration files. This space can be increased to 1, 5 or 10 TB for larger volumes.
Hosting an on-remise server involves high infrastructure costs, securing your computer and electrical network and regular hardware maintenance. On the other hand, renting a dedicated server in BULLTEN data centre means peace of mind as it offers complete range of guarantees you need for all time available and efficient machine. Each of our server is equipped with latest technology and benefits from next-generation components such as in-house assembly for delivery in record time, backup options, connection to the BULLTEN private network (vRack), many compatible distributions, and a powerful anti-DDoS solution.
It is possible to create one or more virtual servers with a physical server via emulation software. These use part of the resources allocated to them by the software. This method has several advantages, including:
• live migration of a virtual machine
• the ability to optimise resource usage on a dedicated server
• the ability to separate the different services offered by a business, for higher security