TYPES OF HOSTING WHICH YOU NEED TO KNOW

by Axwell - 01-15-2018 at 03:14 PM
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Posted: 01-15-2018, 03:14 PM
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1. Shared Hosting

Shared Hosting is a term used for web hosting services where multiple sites share resources from large web servers. Many WordPress web hosting providers offer shared hosting at very affordable rates ranging from $2 per month.

2. Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated hosting is a term used to describe web hosting packages that provide dedicated servers with resources dedicated to a single client. Dedicated hosting is ideal for WordPress website with a huge number of visitors. Many WordPress Hosting Service Providers offer Dedicated Hosting Plan Shared with VPS hosting Plan.

3. VPS Hosting

VPS hosting stands for Virtual Private Server hosting. Virtual Private Server hosting offers virtual machines for clients. The concept of virtualization is similar to shared hosting where one server computer can have multiple sites running on it. However, virtualization technology allows each account to be treated as its own machine with its own resources.

4. Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is a type of hosting that uses cloud computing concept technology that has a better speed and is known to be safer because it does not rely on just one server but uses multiple servers scattered in various points and various countries. This is what makes cloud hosting more secure proven because if one server does not work then another server will replace.

Above are some types of hosting that you need to know, hopefully the above article helps you in understanding about the types of hosting and you can determine which hosting is right for you to use. Hopefully useful ?
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