There are several reasons for a business to consider the VPS servers that they use for their websites. Size of business does not matter here. VPS is a good fit for any type of business since it comes as a midway alternative to traditional platforms of shared hosting and dedicated hosting. Go here!
Host sharing is better than
Small-scale businesses that typically start with a shared hosting service do not find it suitable once traffic to their site starts increasing. The issue with shared hosting is its resource limitations. In the event of a sudden increase of traffic to the site, it will experience a significant slowdown and, in many cases, servers can crash, too meaning that the website will not be available to their customers.
The VPS server like the shared server can host multiple sites hosted on one server. With VPS every website is given distinct resources. They are also housed separately in containers to provide more protection and privacy. VPS servers may be a bit more expensive in price than a shared servers but they have many more features and resources which can be beneficial for the growth of a business.
The VPS clients are provided with an IP that is dedicated to them, which protects the account from being impacted in case another account holder has a fraud committed and they are banned. When a server is shared, each account shares a common IP. This can be problematic for each site in the event that the account that is banned from one gets blacklisted.
Matches the dedicated server in features:
VPS servers can be made by dividing a efficient server into smaller parts. Each portion runs its own OS and works just like an individual server. Each account, as mentioned earlier, owns its resources and privacy. This means that even though an account shares the same server with the shared hosting but it offers all the features a dedicated host can provide at a more economical price. It is due to the fact that the hardware cost is distributed across all the VPS clients that are sharing the server.