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Vps Hosting Vs Shared Hosting: The Difference

Depending on a website traffic and technical requirement, there are many website hosting packages available in the market i.e ASP.NET Hosting , Linux Hosting, Windows Hosting , Reseller Hosting . Websites with a little traffic can be run fine on a shared hosting server but website with a huge traffic per day requires a dedicated server.There are many websites which cant be run fine on a shared hosting server butdoesntrequire a dedicated server or sometimes its not affordable for the person to directly move from a shared hosting to a dedicated server, as there is a huge cost involved to buy a dedicated server. Here the concept of Virtual Private Server orVPS Hostingcomes into picture. Each virtual machine on the physical server would be fully isolated from each other and could run its own operating system with full admin control. In a Virtual Private Server an administrator can perform almost all the operations which otherwise only possible with a dedicated server. A person gets the followingadvantageswhen he uses aVPS. He can hostunlimited websiteson to a VPS. He cancustomizethe server as per his requirement. Securityin a VPS is higher than a shared server. Unlike a shared hosting plan a VPS isfully Scalable. Performanceof a VPS is much higher compare to a shared hosting. Each website gets its own partition or directory to keep it separate from other hosting. 99 out of 100 websites on internet could be run on a shared hosting server very few requires a dedicated server based on the technical requirement of the website. Most of the shared hosting plan comes bundled with a control panel like cpanel or plesk. These control panels provides an ease to manage and develop website. Author
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