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    Dedicated servers vs VPS: Which is best for your business?


  • #2
    Hello Monica,

    A dedicated server is a form of web hosting where a customer has an entire physical server to store their website. Since the customer doesn’t have to share the server’s resources with anyone, they enjoy high performance and robust security. They also have greater flexibility in configuring the hardware and software to their needs.

    Dedicated hosting is ideal if you need to handle large amounts of web traffic daily, require advanced security, or operate a highly technical website with your own operating system.

    Regards Vineeta.

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    • #3
      Hello Vineeta,

      Thank you for answering that, and what would you say about a VPS server?

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      • #4
        Hello Monica,
        While VPS hosting is generally very secure, dedicated hosting offers a higher level of protection. Both types of hosting allow you to install your own security software, but with dedicated hosting, you are in full control of any security breaches.

        Regards,
        Nora.Kirk

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        • #5
          Hello Monica,

          of course and what I feel is that VPS hosting is similar to living in a house in the city. You don’t share walls with anyone else, but your neighbor is still close enough to keep you awake if they turn that music all the way up. You will pay a little more for the solitude. With a VPS, there are other users on the physical server, but they are blocked out into a more private and protected block of the hard drive. VPS providers such as Liquid Web will stop any server resource issues long before they affect your business.

          Dedicated hosting is a more expensive option than VPS and is similar to living in a house with a few acres of land. With a dedicated server, you are the only client on the physical server and have complete ownership of all server resources.


          In the end, it depends on your requirements and how much your usage would be.


          I hope I was able to help.


          Regards,
          Vineeta.

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