VPS vs Dedicated Server: Which One Should You Use?

You may outgrow your current hosting plan if your business or creative initiatives grow.

Perhaps your e-commerce site has grown to the point where it requires more server resources than your shared hosting package can give. Perhaps your web design company requires more sandbox space for your clients’ test sites. Alternatively, your hosting reseller business is booming and you’re ready to take it to the next level.

For whatever reason, you may need to upgrade to a virtual private server (VPS) or a dedicated server in order for your company to continue to develop, keep customers satisfied, and stay online.In this article, we’ll look at what these servers are, what they have to offer, and how to pick  the ideal one for your needs.

What Is VPS Hosting?

virtual private server – VPS is a piece of a physical server that is exclusively yours, with all of the server’s resources dedicated to you. You’ll have root access and the opportunity to add features that aren’t available on ordinary shared and reseller hosting plans, allowing you to make more bespoke setups than a standard shared hosting plan allows.

However, because you won’t have full access to the physical server’s resources, a VPS isn’t as resourcerich or flexible as a dedicated server. When it comes to signing up, the VPS option really shines: a midrange VPS plan costs roughly Rs 999/month, 

or less if you discover a nice coupon deal. As a result, VPS gives you root access and customization without the cost of a dedicated server. As a result, a VPS is an excellent sandbox for testing new themes and designs, as well as developing test sites before transferring them to a shared, reseller, or dedicated server.Some types of websites can also be hosted on a VPS if they require highly specialised software and don’t consume a lot of resources. Because RAM on many VPS solutions is limited to around 6GB, this is the case. That’s plenty of memory for testing and low-resource sites, but a VPS isn’t the best place to host a large online store or a site with a lot of audio and video files.

What Is Dedicated Hosting?

A dedicated server is an entire server that is solely dedicated to you. You receive access to all of the resources on that system, and a dedicated server often provides a lot of them.You’ll get more disc space and inodes with this plan than with a dedicated server plan. Our Power Server plan, for example, comes with 8GB of RAM, a 2×1 TB solid drive, and 10 TB bandwidth. You’ll have root access and the ability to customise the hosting environment to your liking…This immense power comes with a great deal of responsibility: you’ll need a committed webmaster to keep an eye on your sites and make sure they’re secure, backed up and updated on a regular basis, and running effectively. You’ll also need a dedicated-server budget, which should be around Rs 5500 per month unless you can get a discount.

How to make your migrate to a VPS or dedicated server with Host.co.in

The difficult part was coming to a decision. You’ll now need to complete a few more steps to finalise your decision and set up your new server plan. With Host.co.in, the procedure is as follows:Select the plan that best suits your needs. For both VPS and dedicated servers, there are three plan tiers to fit a variety of resource requirements and budgets.If you want a control panel, be sure to add cPanel or Plesk to your cart while you’re checking out. You won’t have a main interface for your new server if you leave the box unchecked or uncheck it. This is significant because, while our customer support team can perform a variety of tasks behind the scenes, they cannot install Plesk or cPanel on an existing VPS or dedicated account. If you change your mind after placing your order and prefer Plesk or cPanel, you’ll need to contact customer service, get your transaction cancelled, and start over.Make a migration request. We can assist you with migrating your site(s) to your new server, and many migrations are free if requested within the first 30 days of your new plan’s activation. Contact customer service or fill out our migration request form if you already have a Host.co.in plan.

Make a plan for your new server’s backups. Remember that VPS and dedicated server plans do not include off-site automated backups, which you should have anyhow.

Are you ready to make a move? Check out our VPS and dedicated server hosting options.

Written by Divya Patil

Divya Patil is content writer and branding manager at bodHOST

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