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What Does Web Hosting Stand for?

Web hosting is a sort of Internet service that enables persons and firms to make their web pages viewable on the World Wide Web. Hosting service providers are companies that offer storage space on a web server situated in a data center and ensure continuous network connectivity.

Where do you begin?

The World Wide Web is an indispensable fragment of every person's daily agenda. It offers you the possibility to gain additional cash, but can also be a chief source of revenue. In order to place advertisements on your web site or to popularize a product or a service that you offer, you invariably need a hosting service, which will make sure that your web portal is safe and continually up and running. But how do you find one that is affordably priced and yet dependable enough?

The shared hosting platform

The solution web hosting suppliers have brought forth is named shared hosting. With the shared web hosting solution, many accounts are accommodated on one and the very same server. There are rigorous limitations on the system resources that each shared web hosting account can actually make use of, thus making sure that they do not interfere with each other. The shared hosting solution offers good performance and costs less than, let's say, a dedicated hosting web server, which is used by only one individual. The shared web hosting solution allows web hosting companies to offer their clients reasonable prices. It usually includes easy-to-use Control Panel software, as is the case with the server that we at Real Biz Host provide, and lets everyone manage their online portals without worrying about server configuration and maintenance tasks, which are entirely handled by the hosting corporation.

VPS hosting

With the VPS hosting solution, on the other hand, you share a physical machine with other virtual private web server users, but you are allocated a dedicated share of the resources. The virtual server solution is the middle ground between the much less expensive shared web hosting solution and the more expensive dedicated web hosting server solution, and is an excellent solution for anyone who desires to create, for instance, an audio or video streaming web site or a social networking site. The circumstance that you have to cope with the server configuration settings and software updates yourself is somewhat of a downside, but this could also be a big asset if you indeed need to implement some server configuration changes - something that would be unthinkable on a shared web server.

Dedicated Hosting Servers

Dedicated hosting servers are in most cases much more high-priced than shared hosting or private virtual server web hosting solutions. You might wonder why would anyone want to use a dedicated server then? The explanation is very simple. If your company has a heavy-traffic web portal, or just has very precise web server configuration and safety requirements, the proper option is a dedicated web server that you or your server admins can manage directly. For somebody who is prepared to invest in security and stability, the bigger price is not a concern. You receive full root-level access and can use 100% of the dedicated hosting server's resources without anyone else using these system resources and messing with your websites.