What are virtual private servers or VPS?
VPS are exactly what the words suggest, servers that act virtually like independent servers although housed in a single physical system (or dedicated server). They’re a popular way of providing low-cost web hosting services because they allow multiple customers to share in the cost of hardware and network connections but give them total control over their own applications so they can run as isolated processes within the Web server.
Each customer is provided root access in complete privacy and given the ability to guarantee bandwidth, CPU and disk space to allow a high level of customization. And because each VPS acts independently, one VPS’s CPU load and traffic demands will not affect the operations of other VPS on the same server. Other features that make VPS an attractive hosting option are fault tolerance, enhanced security and capacity for functional isolation (which is particularly appealing to ecommerce sites).
But how exactly is this done? Through software platforms (or control panels) that allow the hosting vendor to make multiple ‘virtual’ servers out of a single dedicated one.
Some of the more popular VPS software packages available are:
Which is the best one? Well, I followed two WebHostingTalk Forum threads to get some answers: one on VPS satisfaction and the other on VPS comparisons, and found out that:
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