Hosting

Hosting is a service whereby one computer configured as an Internet server offers a part of, or its whole resources, for use in exchange for a certain rental fee. Thanks to this service, one or more users can use information, services or content located on this server using another computer called client. The client uses the Internet to connect with the server and displays the desired content to the user.

Depending on the quantity of the server resources your website is allowed to use, and how many user accounts a given server hosts, hosting can be divided into:

  • Shared web hosting:- Shared hosting is the most popular form of web hosting. It is called "shared" because many different web applications (most often websites) are stored on one single physical server and thus share its resources. A separate account with specific parameters (disk space, traffic, number of databases, etc) and a web-based account administration control panel is assigned to each user. It is suitable for smaller and not too heavily loaded websites.
  • Semi-dedicated hosting:- Semi-dedicated hosting is a type of hosting service, which is closer to "shared" than is to "dedicated" hosting, whereby the server is configured so as to host less but more heavily loaded websites in terms of bandwidth. As with the shared hosting service, the users too have separate accounts but their parameters are many times larger than those offered by the shared hosting service.
  • Dedicated hosting:-In contrast to shared hosting, dedicated hosting implies that clients' applications do not share the server's resources with other users' applications. Besides, the server uses the entire available bandwidth for purposes of its own. Dedicated hosting is usually recommended as a solution for sites that register more than 15000 visits a day, for big online shops and portals, popular online games, etc.
  • Virtual server:-Virtual server is a notion, which stands somewhere between "shared" and "dedicated" hosting. Here, one physical server is divided into several independent virtual servers. Essentially, each such virtual server can be looked upon as being "dedicated", because a separate operation system is being installed on it according to the user's needs, which takes up the applications of one given client only. Recommended for websites and applications, which require specific operation system settings, and which generate substantial server load.

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