What is virtual web hosting?
Virtual web hosting is also called shared hosting. It’s the simplest variation of hosting. Virtual web hosting means
that many websites share space and resources on the same server. This is convenient for the hosting company because
it makes managing and maintaining the server cheaper. Thus that’s a saving that’s reflected in the price when you
sign up for a shared hosting (virtual hosting) service yourself.
What is VPS Hosting?
VPS Hosting is also known as VDS hosting. Virtual private server (VPS) or virtual dedicated server (VDS). There often
comes a time in your website’s life when it outgrows the limits of its shared hosting plan. For instance, your website’s
traffic increases and you find that you need to introduce lots more features. Then that’s when the move to
VPS hosting (VDS hosting server) makes sense.
What is a dedicated server?
Dedicated servers are also known as bare metal servers or dedicated hosting service. A dedicated server, bare metal server,
or dedicated hosting service is a type of Internet hosting in which our client leases an entire server not shared with
anyone else. This is more flexible and reliable than shared hosting and VPS hosting, as you have the full control over
the server including the choice of an operating system (linux hosting servers, windows hosting servers, etc.),
hardware and so on.
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