Although VPS Cloud Brasil started its journey in 2013, its team was working in the hosting space for up to two years before, and it aims to leverage the knowledge from this earlier work to provide transparent and reliable hosting solutions to its clients across the globe.
VPS Cloud Brasil’s website supports Portuguese, and its client area supports eighteen additional languages.
Features and Ease of Use
VPS Cloud Brasil offers three shared hosting packages, 11 VPS cloud packages, and three dedicated server packages. As is sometimes the case with hosting companies, the shopping cart shows additional plans that are not apparent on the main website. For example, there are VPS reseller packages that are not detailed on the website.
With the shared web hosting plans, you can expect to benefit from these features:
- 2 GB to 25 GB disk space
- Unlimited bandwidth
- cPanel control panel
- Multiple PHP versions
- 10 to unlimited emails
The Softaculous one-click installer helps you install a huge number of applications to build a blog (e.g., WordPress), implement a web forum (e.g., phpBB), or put an e-commerce platform in place (e.g., OpenCart). The best bit is that you don’t need much technical knowledge.
The Cloudflare CDN improves the performance of your website while also protecting you against some kinds of cyberattacks, and the DDoS protection guards against distributed denial of service attacks. The RAID 10 storage uses replication to help protect you against disk data disasters.
Pricing and Support
VPS Cloud Brasil’s shared hosting packages are cheap. You can pay for them on a monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual basis in U.S. dollars or Brasilian reals by bank deposit, Bitcoin, or PayPal. While the website also alludes to PicPay as a payment method, this doesn’t seem to be available at the checkout.
Although you should be able to contact this company by telephone, ticket, email, WhatsApp, or Facebook Messenger, I’m sorry to say that my queries went unanswered. From a self-support perspective, the knowledge base contains some tutorial-style posts: