We talked about Dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers earlier. After comparing with each other, we hope it helped you pick the most suitable type of server for you. However when choosing between VPS and Shared servers, we recommend opting for VPS. Here’s why:
Not having to share resources
The name itself suggests that Shared hosting requires that you share the server resources with other clients. This results in limited disk space and a maximum number of available CPUs. So if you have a business that grows, you need to establish its presence on all platforms. And if you choose VPS, the private disk space and higher resource availability will give you the power to entertain your customers with better, extraordinary user experience.
Shared servers are honestly less costly than VPS. But if you have to sacrifice great performance for a few bucks, we suggest you think twice. Unlike a shared server, the performance of your website will not be affected by other websites and you will have total control over it. It is safe to say that if you’re a fan of going big with your website, go with VPS.
With a Shared server, it is common knowledge that a mistake leading to a security breach of one client, could affect every client connected to the service provider. A VPS could not only offer better security for your website but also better customer support. So while keeping everything you’ve worked for, intact, the security benefits of a VPS will help maintain the goodwill of your website and create a loyal band of clients.
The scalability of VPS
Obviously if you are super dedicated for the growth of your website you might anticipate bigger traffic in the near future. The impeccable scalability provided by powerful VPS is going to be a must for those who aim high.
As a Virtual Private hosting provider CloudCone offers a range of benefits. So for those who plan on growing big, read up on our Cloud servers. And don’t forget to reach out to us if you have any concerns, suggestions or general feedback.
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