VM's - Virtual Machines

A StreamGuys VM is a versatile hosting platform on hypervisor based virtualization allowing efficient and scalable use of resources like CPU, RAM, DISK, and NETWORK.

What can I do with a VM?

A VM looks and behaves like any dedicated server, AND it provides a more flexible approach to hardware and physical components. The VM features unmatched reliability, security, and flexibility in a dedicated server environment. Feel free to pick the solution of your choice: streaming media, podcasting, video distribution, or even web development. StreamGuys builds and deploys your VM to our customers specification, meeting exacting standards of quality.

What makes a VM the most economical choice?

Flexibility and aggregate bandwidth billing does. Because a VM is a dedicated server capable of hosting multiple channels, applications, and projects under one unified system. The scale is very flexible allowing upgrades and downgrades to the services. Bandwidth is billed on the 95% peak percentile. We discard the top 36 hours of your traffic per month, so you're not penalized for a short amount of burst. This flexibility allows you to broadcast multiple channels and be billed as an aggregate of all services.

VM Features
Guest Operating System Support
Apple Mac OSX
Oracle Solaris
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Ubuntu Linux
Windows Server
Streaming Formats Supported
Wowza Server
QuickTime Server
ShoutCast MP3 Server
IceCast MP3 Server
Other Distribution Types
HTTP/Progressive Downloads
File Serving and Downloads
Server Access
FTP Access
SSH Shell Access
Remote Desktop(Windows)
Statistics(Log Analyzer) Packages
(separate client license required)

VM Notes:

  • Bandwidth is metered monthly
  • IP's available as needed. Must use 80% of allocated IP's
  • Metered 95% Peak Bandwidth, Total Transfer Per Month, and GigaByte Transfer options
PowerEdge C6220 example

Example Hypervisor Specifications: Dell PowerEdge C6220

PowerEdge R710 example

Example Hypervisor Specifications: Dell PowerEdge R710