Dedicated server – How it works
Dedicated hosting is the big cheese of the web hosting space. You don’t simply get a slice of stilton or a chunk of cheddar – you get the whole wheel of wensleydale. In essence, you have an entire server to yourself. You’re in total control from the get-go, and can choose your own resource limits. Dedicated hosting tends to be for medium to big business sites, but if you’re ambitious, you can save time and hassle in the long-run by signing up to a dedicated plan (safe in the knowledge your site will grow to that level).
Making that call isn’t easy, though. Many may find themselves caught in two minds over which type of hosting to go for – in which case, allow us to help! We’ve spent our fair share of time online, and know out stuff about website hosting.
Virtual Private Server (VPS) – What is it
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.
Difference between dedicated servers and VPS
To compare dedicated and VPS hosting there are too many factors to look at. VPS hosting provides adequate performance levels for the majority of websites and is cheaper than dedicated hosting. However, it can’t match dedicated hosting for resource or performance and your resources are shared so they are limited. On the other hand, Dedicated hosting provides huge resource span and a great performance. However, problem is it has relatively expensive monthly pricing plans and requires specific technical knowledge.
There are more differences between dedicated and VPS hosting such as:
- Resource allocation;
- Configuration and Customization;
In conclusion, in Georgia WORLDBUS offers a vast range of IT services. It can provide both dedicated server and VPS services, storage solutions. In Georgia WORLDBUS office is located in Tbilisi, 2a Sanapiro St, 0144.
WORLDBUS servers are housed in a variety of locations so customers will be comfortable with the choice. Currently services can be provided in: Tbilisi, Georgia; Kiev, Ukraine; Moscow, Russia; Nuremberg and Falkenstein, Germany; Helsinki, Finland; Paris, France; Quebec, Canada; Amsterdam, Netherlands; London, UK; New York, USA.