VPS Hosting vs Shared Hosting

Read about the differences between VPS vs shared hosting and get the web hosting you need.

Many people have trouble deciding between shared hosting and VPS hosting, because of their similarities. We explain the differences between them for you here. A Virtual Private Server (VPS) uses virtualization technology to split a single physical server into multiple virtual servers. Each virtual server has its own dedicated server resources like HDD space, RAM, CPU, etc., and is isolated from other accounts on the server. This type of hosting is generally preferred by businesses and web developers, who need to provide consistent performance to their clients, with reliable security. Shared hosting on the other hand simply means that all users are simply placed on a single physical server and all resources are shared amongst them, on a first come, first served basis. This keeps costs lower than VPS, however performance and security are unreliable. This kind of hosting is usually recommended for bloggers and beginners.

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