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Points to Explain Why is VPS better than Shared Hosting?

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If you are a start up, looking to make it big, your online presence is of paramount importance. Itâs imperative that your website or mission critical applications are up and running 24*7, without any downtime or glitches. You probably donât have the funds to opt for a dedicated server in house or in cloud for that matter. But, having said that you probably also donât want to go for a shared hosting plan, where your website will share the resources along with Hundreds of other websites, in a single large hard drive. What options are you left with then? Letâs explore!
You could and probably should choose VPS Hosting India, a solution which stands somewhere in the middle of the spectrum. It is a cross between shared hosting and dedicated server, so to speak. In this solution, all the resources of your system is virtualized through a virtualization agent (Eg Hyper V, Citrix). To put it more simply, suppose your server has a Ram of 16 GB and Memory of 400 GB. Using virtualization technique, this server can actually be segregated into 8 Virtual Servers (VMs), each having a Ram of 2 GB and Memory of 50 GB (As an example.) Unlike, in case of shared hosting, VMs have dedicated resources like OS.

Advantages:

  1. 1. Unlike Shared hosting, where the performance of your application is widely dependent on the performances of your neighboring applications, but in VPS that is not the case because of the presence of dedicated resources.
  2. . Customizations are very much possible in case of VPS, unlike shared hosting. You can choose the ports you want to enable, your IP address. You can also have root access.
  3. . Security is also enhanced in VPS. In shared account, if the server is broken into, then all the resident accounts will be in potential danger since all the resources are shared. But in case of VPS, the accounts are insulated from one another each with their own sets of resources and hence one hacked account does not mean all the other accounts are in danger!
  4. In VPS, resources can be scaled up or down on the fly. In shared hosting, this is not so easy.

If you are a start up, looking to make it big, your online presence is of paramount importance. Itâs imperative that your website or mission critical applications are up and running 24*7, without any downtime or glitches. You probably donât have the funds to opt for a dedicated server in house or in cloud for that matter. But, having said that you probably also donât want to go for a shared hosting plan, where your website will share the resources along with Hundreds of other websites, in a single large hard drive. What options are you left with then? Letâs explore!

You could and probably should choose VPS Hosting India, a solution which stands somewhere in the middle of the spectrum. It is a cross between shared hosting and dedicated server, so to speak. In this solution, all the resources of your system is virtualized through a virtualization agent (Eg Hyper V, Citrix). To put it more simply, suppose your server has a Ram of 16 GB and Memory of 400 GB. Using virtualization technique, this server can actually be segregated into 8 Virtual Servers (VMs), each having a Ram of 2 GB and Memory of 50 GB (As an example.) Unlike, in case of shared hosting, VMs have dedicated resources like OS.

Advantages:

  1. 1. Unlike Shared hosting, where the performance of your application is widely dependent on the performances of your neighboring applications, but in VPS that is not the case because of the presence of dedicated resources.
  2. . Customizations are very much possible in case of VPS, unlike shared hosting. You can choose the ports you want to enable, your IP address. You can also have root access.
  3. . Security is also enhanced in VPS. In shared account, if the server is broken into, then all the resident accounts will be in potential danger since all the resources are shared. But in case of VPS, the accounts are insulated from one another each with their own sets of resources and hence one hacked account does not mean all the other accounts are in danger!
  4. In VPS, resources can be scaled up or down on the fly. In shared hosting, this is not so easy.


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