Learn About Shared Hosting, VPS and Dedicated Servers

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What are the main difference between Share Hosting, VPS and Dedicated servers?

The difference between the three hosting types is the type of server on which your website is stored. With shared hosting and VPS, your website lives alongside others, which are neighboring users utilizing the same server. With dedicated hosting plans, your website has a server all to itself.

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Share Hosting: In Shared Web Hosting, multiple clients are hosted on a single server i.e. the clients share the server's resources. This helps reduce the cost, since the cost of the server and its resources are spread over all the clients/packages hosted on the server. Shared Hosting is perfect for personal websites, small and mid-sized businesses that do not require all the resources of a server. Click Here to purchase Share Hosting Plan.

VPS Hosting: With VPS Hosting, you have complete isolation. This means that no matter what other users might be doing on the server, your VPS package will be unaffected. With root access, you can install whatever applications you require. VPS also gives you guaranteed resources, so no matter what, the CPU, RAM, Disk Space and Bandwidth allocated to your VPS package will always be available for your applications. It gives you all the features and functions of Dedicated server, without the additional cost. Click Here to purchase VPS Hosting Plan.

Dedicated Server: Dedicated hosting is an Internet hosting option in which a physical server (or servers) is dedicated to a single business customer. The customer has complete control over the machine, so they can optimize it for their unique requirements, including performance and security. Dedicated hosting grants a certain freedom and control that other hosting solutions are unable to provide. Click Here to purchase Dedicated Servers.

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