From storage to support, the Google suite accounts have more advantage over the free accounts. One such advantage is that Google does not scan the inboxes of the Google suite users for any purpose. This is understandable keeping in mind that they are business accounts and no company will accept giving out business secrets. Every mail […]
VPS Hosting To Provide Better Website Control
To understand what a VPS is, we must first understand what a Virtual Machine is. A VM utilizes some of the physical resources of a computer — e.g. CPU, RAM, disk space — to run an emulated version of a computer. Think of it like picture-in-picture: you can, for example, run a virtual copy of Windows on a physical computer that’s already running Windows.
It’s possible to run a lot of virtual machine’s which is what most of the companies tend to do. These VMs can be rented out for consumers to use, and when this happens, the VM becomes a VPS. Technically, nothing has changed but the terminology itself.
The main competitors to VPS hosting are dedicated hosting and shared hosting. Dedicated hosting allows you to rent out an entire physical server that’s used by you and nobody else while shared hosting uses one server to host multiple websites.
In other words, dedicated hosting is more powerful and expensive than VPS hosting while shared hosting is cheaper but less flexible than VPS hosting. For this reason, VPS hosting is often seen as a transitional option for website owners who have outgrown shared hosting but aren’t big enough to need a dedicated server.
That being said, VPS hosting isn’t that much more expensive than shared hosting. Ideastack hosting offers plans for VPS Servers at a very reasonable rate.
On the other hand eliminates the troubles mentioned above because every VPS client receives their own IP and dedicated CPU and RAM resources as well as Disk.
The individual IP address saves you from the risk of a spamming email reputation.
Dedicated resources on the other hand provide the major benefit of securing your website against crushes or slowing down periods due to issues beyond your control.
The costs of VPS hosting can be higher depending on the resources your site requires however you will find it to be well worth it.