Bootable USB: It includes installing our virtualization on your private physical server.
Clone: Cloning - one click and creates the same 1:1 virtual server from the source virtual server.
GUI: Graphical User Interface, which allows you to control the basic features of your virtual server by using interactive graphical controls. However, full management is still possible via the remote administration console command line.
IP / IPv4 / IPv6: IP is an abbreviation for the Internet protocol that all devices communicate on the Internet. Nowadays, IPv4 versions (IPv4 address example 192.168.0.2) and newer IPv6 (example IPv6 2001:db8:0:891234:0:567:8:1) are used.
ISO image: The ISO image contains an exact copy of the CD / DVD stored in a single .iso file. From an ISO image, installation of operating systems on the server is performed.
LAMP: LAMP is a shortcut to the server that includes Linux, Apache, MariaDB, and PHP.
Location: The location your physical server by network. When installing the next NOD, the new server is assigned to the same location according to the configuration of your network. You can name the location freely.
NOD: NOD is your private server, see also - "physical server".
OS: OS is an acronym for the operating system.
Physical server: Your private server on which you have installed our virtualization background and where your virtual servers are located.
SSH key: It is used to securely log on and manage SSH protocol without password to VPS with Linux. The public part of the key can be stored in the interface for regular use and assignment of keys in the management of individual VPSs.
Virtualization: Virtualization allows multiple virtual servers with their own operating system to run on physical server. Physical server emulates virtual hardware (processor, memory, disk, network card, etc.) for any such virtual server.
VLAN: VLAN stands for Virtual Local Network.
VNC: Virtual Network Computing is a graphical client that allows the user to control a remote computer by connecting to its desktop environment.
VPN: Virtual private network is a secure connection created between the end device (a computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) and a server that is inside a computer's private network.
VPS: VPS is an abbreviation for Virtual Private Server. VPS runs in virtualization on a physical server.
WebApps server: The WebApps server is a virtual server that after installation has an installed operating system + installed applications. WebApps is primarily offered as a LAMP web server with a GUI interface, and can also be found as base for opensource installation of editorial systems such as WordPress etc.