Monday, August 19, 2019

How many types of hosting and how to use hosting-

How many types of hosting and how to use hosting

 How many types of hosting and how to use hosting

Assalamu Alaikum, hope everyone is well. Today I will discuss "How many types of web hosting (shared hosting, VPS hosting, reseller hosting) and how to use web hosting? "On this subject. Let's find out ………

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Generally, we all know that a website needs space or place to keep content, images, videos, and various files running continuously. And the designated space or place is called Website Hosting or Web Hosting. Again, hosting is usually called a server and sometimes it is also called a web server.

There are basically two types of hosting. 

Let's not know the details: -

1. Free hosting: (which you can use for free)

There are several hosting companies that usually provide free domain and hosting services. However, if you use your business / personal website in free hosting, you will not get the security, unlimited bandwidth, email account, loading speed, etc. of your website properly and if the website has a lot of visitors, then the free hosting company will suspend you. Because free hosting is only used to create experimental websites.

2. Premium Hosting (which you have to buy and use with money)

There are usually four types of premium hosting. For example:
  • Shared Hosting
  • VPS Hosting (VPS = Virtual Private Server, Hosting)
  • Dedicated Hosting / Server
  • Reseller Hosting

Shared Hosting:

Shared hosting means that one PC will have a hard disk, all the space on that hard disk is shared among many hosting users. Suppose you need 2 GB of hosting space to run your web site. In that case, you bought 2 GB hosting space from a company for a period of 3 years, you can keep all your web site data or info in that hosting space. The company that you originally purchased from the hard disk on your PC is renting you 2 GB for the rest of the space but will sell the package to many more like you. And this is Shared Hosting.

VPS Hosting:

Virtual Private Server is the full form of VPS. When many servers are created by sharing a computer with a particular software or something else, each share is called a VPS. Hope you understand.

VPS Hosting is usually different from Shared Hosting because the hosting company here gives you a separate Ram, Hard Disk, CPU. That means your home is like a personal computer. Basically, they will arrange a separate computer for you. That means your site is more secure and the speed is better. This does not mean that Shared Hosting is not secure, shared hosting and secure but it is a bit lower than VPS.

Dedicated Hosting / Server:

Simply put, when a computer is used solely as a server, it is called a dedicated server. And what we call this dedicated server hosting is dedicated hosting. Dedicated servers are very expensive. For those who need a bigger website and more security, this hosting service is good.
There are two types of dedicated hosting/server again
  • Managed Hosting
  • Unmanaged Hosting

Reseller Hosting:

Reseller hosting is similar to shared hosting. The various hosting providers who buy from the market and sell them in the market, the hosting is mainly reseller hosting.

Suppose you are a web developer and you have several clients who need domain and hosting. They asked you to design a website with a good quality domain and hosting provider's service. In that case, you can buy a reseller package and make a package like yours and sell it to your client.

There are many resellers who are making good money in the process. Click here to know more about Reseller Hosting packages.

Hopefully, after you post it you will be able to understand the type and types of hosting. Finally, if you like reading articles, be sure to share them. We look forward to your thoughtful comments. So if you have any opinion on this topic, please comment below. We will gladly review your feedback and try to respond.

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