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Shared Hosting is by far is the most common type of hosting solution used in the world.
Shared hosting allows for multiple clients to use a single server for publishing websites, making it an affordable solution for sites with low to medium requirements. Each website is isolated from the others and being unaware of what other sites may be hosted on the same server.
Knowing what shared hosting is and how it works is one thing. Determining if it’s the best hosting solution for your website is another. Below, we’ve outlined four key considerations you should think about when deciding whether or not to choose a shared hosting plan:
VPS hosting is the affordable option when your business requirements outgrow the capacity of shared hosting.
If your website becomes very popular while in shared hosting, you may need to upgrade your service to VPS hosting for more processing power, more CPU and Memory for your server. This will allow your server to handle all the connections coming to your site.
Shared Hosting is a mature solution where each website user account’s files and any applications are stored in separate partitions on the server, and each has its own file directory tree.
Users don’t have access to either the root or to each other’s files. All accounts on the shared server share computing resources of the web server.
Also, shared hosting is relatively low maintenance. We will take the headache out of running your server by taking care of server administrative tasks. Unless you are prepared to run your own server, leave it to professionals to worry about your web hosting.