It provides your services with round-the-clock protection against all types of DDoS attack, without any limitations in terms of volume or duration. Measures put in place to protect your system against DDoS attacks, while letting legitimate traffic pass through. Permanently active L7 mitigation protection, exclusive to Game servers and specifically designed for certain gaming and communication protocols. A software program you can use to deploy custom rules for filtering traffic, giving you more adapted protection. An infrastructure designed and deployed by OVH for all our services, to vacuum and mitigate traffic during a DDoS attack. Anti DDoS. Keep your dedicated infrastructures protected against DDoS attacks. What is anti-DDoS protection?
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Holiday Specials! While our competitors may advertise DDoS protection, most often, they are merely implementing easily evaded router rules or simply black-holing targeted servers. Should your site be attacked, chances are likely both of these options will end with your server being taken offline. At Hivelocity, we take the responsibility of keeping your servers online very seriously. For this reason, we offer two very serious forms of DDoS protection.
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Our servers are protected against all known types of DDoS attacks. We currently offer HP hardware and we only provide the dedicated servers that are capable of high perfomance. Choose the server hardware you need. We offer plenty of storage, memory and server security options to fill every need.
Any attack, regardless of form, endangers the availability of your infrastructure, resulting in disrupted or failed service to users and customers. Read on to learn more about our VAC technology based mitigation solution. Hosted Private Cloud, Dedicated Servers. Businesses of all sizes, in any industry are vulnerable to distributed denial of service DDoS targeting unless they leverage the right applications to secure against attack. A DDoS attack aims to render a server, service, or an infrastructure unavailable by overloading the server's bandwidth or monopolizing its resources to the point of depletion. During a DDoS attack, a multitude of requests are sent simultaneously from multiple points across the internet.