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Managed VPS Hosting for Small to Medium Business


As your company grows in popularity, you’ll need to change your hosting servers from “Shared” to VPS to accommodate the increased traffic.

I’m sure you’re aware of the consequences of overusing server resources in your company. If not, it’s probably best if you don’t know because that thing is a pain.

Because it sits precisely between “Shared” and “Cloud,” switching from “Shared” to VPS is generally the best option. While “Shared” is insufficient, “Cloud” may not be required for now, considering that you’ve been using “Shared” for so long.

When you’re just getting out of “Shared” hosting, VPS hosting is probably the finest alternative. You can benefit from dedicated server resources for improved performance and, most importantly, to provide a fast and lag-free experience for your users.

Here are some of the most important advantages of using the managed VPS hosting.

1. Gives you complete command over the server

You gain complete root access to the server when you choose VPS hosting. This allows you to sit in the driver’s seat of your server and make changes as you see fit. You can, for example, install whatever custom software you want without having to wait for the hosting provider to support it.

2. Enhances the trustworthiness of your website

“If you die, I’ll die with you,” as the saying goes with shared hosting. Because the server is shared, there’s a chance you’ll put your website’s data at risk if something goes wrong with someone else’s website on the same server.

The VPS hosting server, on the other hand, is dedicated solely to your website. Because you’ll be the only one on the server, you won’t have to worry about what’s going on with other websites.

3. It's simple to scale

VPS hosting allows you to scale your resources as your business grows. This is necessary when you’re going to exceed the server’s capacity, so you can simply scale it up without experiencing any downtime or technical difficulties.