Webhosting Archive

When to Use a Virtual Private Server?

A Virtual Private Server (VPS) uses virtualization software to partition physical servers into multiple “virtual” servers – each having the ability to run its own operating system and applications. VPS is not for everyone, but is quickly becoming the hosting preference of choice for professional bloggers and advanced Web developers …

Websites – They Don’t Run Themselves

If we think of a website, any website – we need to think of a gateway. Now, the internet is driven by information, but that information is opened up by websites. If we need prices, products, information, knowledge and any other things – the internet offers them to us, but …

Cloud Hosting Vs Virtual Private Servers

When choosing a web hosting plan, webmasters have four main choices: shared hosting, private (also known as dedicated) hosting, cloud hosting, or virtual private server (VPS). Shared hosting has the advantage of a low price point, but it also has the non-monetary costs of software limitations and reduced performance.