Know The Requirement Of Dedicated Vs VPS Hosting As Per Website

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[iurl=#]Dedicated hosting[/iurl] works in an entirely different way. Whereas with cloud hosting you are only buying part of a server’s space (and possibly sharing that server with other businesses), with a dedicated hosting plan a company leases one or more servers and has complete control over that (or those) server(s). A dedicated hosting plan has three distinct advantages. Firstly, a dedicated server is located in a secure and stable data center, meaning that your business does not have to spend anything in investing in any hardware or infrastructure (such as redundant power systems) or the additional space that is needed when you have your servers on-site.

Secondly, a dedicated hosting plan means that the server in question is completely dedicated to your business’s applications, websites, and platforms. Unlike shared hosting, your company’s websites enjoy the full and complete power and bandwidth of the servers they are hosted on, and nothing should affect those servers’ performances (such as load times), unless you choose to let it.

Finally, with a dedicated hosting plan, your IT department has full reign and is able to fully customize server performance to suit the needs of your business.

So For whom is dedicated hosting right? The answer is, essentially, a large and stable business which relies very heavily on its online presence (and therefore it's hosting) to survive and make money. If your business fits that description, then this is likely the kind of hosting that you are looking for. As a web-based company cannot do business without having a strong online presence, it needs its sites and applications to run smoothly so your customers and access them at any time and buy that company’s products or services.

An example of such a company is a large online retailer which manages a significantly large inventory through a custom CMS. A retailer like that would be processing thousands of queries a minute, which means that every minute lost to downtime could mean losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue.

Another example would be an online advertising network. Such a business would have an ad platform consisting of hundreds or thousands of ad campaigns spread across thousands of domains for dozens of advertisers. If that business were to experience downtime and those banners would not render, clients would not have to pay them, and publishers, if seeing this as a recurring event, would stop working with them. Therefore, maximum bandwidth and up-time are essential to the survival of that business.

Choosing a [iurl=#]Business Hosting Provider[/iurl]

After deciding which kind of hosting is best for your business, the next step, choosing the right provider, can be very tricky. After all, while some hosting providers may excel at providing cloud hosting services, their dedicated hosting plans may not be that great or vice versa. Start by looking for reviews that address how the provider handles the specific kind of hosting your looking for, not just about the provider in general.

After you have a list, involve your IT team in the decision making progress. They are the ones that will be configuring your servers, so they’re in the best position to accurately evaluate a potential host’s technology and help you make the decision that’s best for your company.

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