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VPS or shared for small business?

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I have a website which is currently hosted on a shared server. The server was quiet good in the earlier time, but as the time pass on and the number of visitors increases, I have noticed a couple of down time and speed issues with it. So I am thinking to upgrade my shared hosting plan, on the other hand, I am confused between VPS also. I will be pleased if some suggest me a proper solution for my website, whether I should go with VPS or shared will be a good option for me.

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Resterant

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VPS or shared for small business?

by isophiawilson In reply to Resterant

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VPS or shared for small business?

by iharrythomas21 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

In which location you want to host your website. From where you have visitors to your site or what is the location of your targeted audience. The geographical location of web host has a major impact on the performance of the website and also it affects on the result in search engine.

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VPS or shared for small business?

by isophiawilson In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

I think visitors may be from Europe and majorly from the united kingdom

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VPS or shared for small business?

by iharrythomas21 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

I think you should go with VPS server hosting for your business because these visualization technologies upturn in performance and functionality. It is secure and gives the better result than shared hosting. There are a couple of good hosting provider in UK like Webhosting UK and amazon.

https://www.webhosting.uk.com/vps-hosting.php
https://aws.amazon.com/

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Dedicated Server Vs Cloud Server

by Balakrishna27 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

The wisdom in your choice of DEDICATED SERVER OR a CLOUD SERVER will come from knowing what each of these server types provide. Here are few insights to help you take an informed decision. Read on...

Dedicated servers: - Offer close to metal implementation with little overhead, and they’ve been traditionally the go-to-solution for high performance demanding tasks. As the name implies, each server is dedicated privately to one client. The customer receives access to a physical server with the agreed upon hardware specifications, processing and storage, all in one unit.
• Advantages: Raw computing performance, physically isolated
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: High load web applications
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from $29/Month

Cloud servers: - Are often confused with the VPS, as both are based on virtualization and come with many of the same advantages. Much of the definition however depends on the particular host provider. We at Datasoft have taken cloud computing to another level by creating a distinctly different virtualized environment. Cloud servers provide many advantages such as easy scalability and redundancy through automation over the traditional virtualization platforms while still guaranteeing a highly competitive performance and pricing. In short – this is our definition of a cloud server regarding the technical backend.
• Advantages: Wide range of preconfigured servers, Cost effective
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: Predictable traffic websites
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from as low as $8/Month

Which one to choose?

If you are in need of constant raw computational power, then dedicated servers might just turn out necessary as their true strength rely on high cost and high performance hardware. However, the inflexibility with dedicated servers requires you to be able to accurately predict your resource needs beforehand, as there is limited or no opportunity to scale the server later.

If then again you’re developing anything of a varying scale, and you like to experiment without strings attached, the virtualized platforms will probably suite you best. The difference then comes from how these servers can be operated, as cloud servers offer simple configuration and fast deployment. Spinning up a server for a quick test would cost just a few dollars. The same would not be possible with dedicated servers. The real benefit of cloud servers comes from offering great performance with superior re

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Dedicated Server Vs Cloud Server

by Balakrishna27 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

The wisdom in your choice of DEDICATED SERVER OR a CLOUD SERVER will come from knowing what each of these server types provide. Here are few insights to help you take an informed decision. Read on...

Dedicated servers: - Offer close to metal implementation with little overhead, and they’ve been traditionally the go-to-solution for high performance demanding tasks. As the name implies, each server is dedicated privately to one client. The customer receives access to a physical server with the agreed upon hardware specifications, processing and storage, all in one unit.
• Advantages: Raw computing performance, physically isolated
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: High load web applications
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from $29/Month

Cloud servers: - Are often confused with the VPS, as both are based on virtualization and come with many of the same advantages. Much of the definition however depends on the particular host provider. We at Datasoft have taken cloud computing to another level by creating a distinctly different virtualized environment. Cloud servers provide many advantages such as easy scalability and redundancy through automation over the traditional virtualization platforms while still guaranteeing a highly competitive performance and pricing. In short – this is our definition of a cloud server regarding the technical backend.
• Advantages: Wide range of preconfigured servers, Cost effective
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: Predictable traffic websites
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from as low as $8/Month

Which one to choose?

If you are in need of constant raw computational power, then dedicated servers might just turn out necessary as their true strength rely on high cost and high performance hardware. However, the inflexibility with dedicated servers requires you to be able to accurately predict your resource needs beforehand, as there is limited or no opportunity to scale the server later.

If then again you’re developing anything of a varying scale, and you like to experiment without strings attached, the virtualized platforms will probably suite you best. The difference then comes from how these servers can be operated, as cloud servers offer simple configuration and fast deployment. Spinning up a server for a quick test would cost just a few dollars. The same would not be possible with dedicated servers. The real benefit of cloud servers comes from offering great performance with superior rel

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Dedicated Server Vs Cloud Server

by Balakrishna27 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

The wisdom in your choice of DEDICATED SERVER OR a CLOUD SERVER will come from knowing what each of these server types provide. Here are few insights to help you take an informed decision. Read on...

Dedicated servers: - Offer close to metal implementation with little overhead, and they’ve been traditionally the go-to-solution for high performance demanding tasks. As the name implies, each server is dedicated privately to one client. The customer receives access to a physical server with the agreed upon hardware specifications, processing and storage, all in one unit.
• Advantages: Raw computing performance, physically isolated
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: High load web applications
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from $29/Month

Cloud servers: - Are often confused with the VPS, as both are based on virtualization and come with many of the same advantages. Much of the definition however depends on the particular host provider. We at Datasoft have taken cloud computing to another level by creating a distinctly different virtualized environment. Cloud servers provide many advantages such as easy scalability and redundancy through automation over the traditional virtualization platforms while still guaranteeing a highly competitive performance and pricing. In short – this is our definition of a cloud server regarding the technical backend.
• Advantages: Wide range of preconfigured servers, Cost effective
• Availability: 4 cores to 24 Cores
• Best Suited for: Predictable traffic websites
• Pricing: Monthly, Starting from as low as $8/Month

Which one to choose?

If you are in need of constant raw computational power, then dedicated servers might just turn out necessary as their true strength rely on high cost and high performance hardware. However, the inflexibility with dedicated servers requires you to be able to accurately predict your resource needs beforehand, as there is limited or no opportunity to scale the server later.

If then again you’re developing anything of a varying scale, and you like to experiment without strings attached, the virtualized platforms will probably suite you best. The difference then comes from how these servers can be operated, as cloud servers offer simple configuration and fast deployment. Spinning up a server for a quick test would cost just a few dollars. The same would not be possible with dedicated servers. The real benefit of cloud servers comes from offering great performance with superior relia

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Go for VPS.

by contact46 In reply to VPS or shared for small b ...

Better to invest in VPS if your downtime is increasing and you are facing frequent service outage. Here is the list of some good VPS hosting and there plans.
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2455706,00.asp

http://telcocast.com/ Telcocast.com Team

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That's just I want.

by AronJulie124 In reply to Go for VPS.

Wonderful share ! Thank you!
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