Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting is where multiple websites use the same server, but have their own set resource limits on things like RAM and bandwidth. It also uses what’s known as a hypervisor (specialist software) to borrow resources from the other sites on the server if you’re maxed out and others aren’t using their full allocation. Generally, VPS hosting is suited to small business websites, or large personal sites that need decent resource limits. No one wants the pain of slow loading speeds on their site, or worse still, to have their site constantly crashing. That’s why VPS hosting works well – it’s flexible in handling surges of traffic, and isn’t too expensive.
If your website is going to have a huge amount of traffic, a VPS server is a safer option than shared hosting options and a great option if you have a number of websites to host and want to enjoy the ability to tweak their setup behind the scenes. A VPS server works hard when it is needed, with burstable memory that kicks in when site traffic picks up. You can also enjoy the benefits of dedicated bandwidth, CPU, disk space and RAM you do not get on shared hosting. VPS servers remove any limitations, allowing you the complete flexibility to scale. However, we still offer excellent technical support should you need it.
You can also enjoy the benefits of dedicated bandwidth, CPU, disk space and RAM you do not get on shared hosting. VPS servers remove any limitations, allowing you the complete flexibility to scale.