When you’re using a Virtual Private Server – or VPS for short – you’re still sharing a server with other users. However, your web host allocates an entirely separate partition for you on that server. This means you get a dedicated server space and a reserved amount of resources and memory.
In fact, VPS hosting can be great for medium-sized businesses with a rapidly growing number of websites and traffic.
- Dedicated server space
- Traffic surges on other websites have no effect on your performance
- Root access to the server
- Easy scalability and high customizability
- More expensive than other types of hosting
- Technical and server management knowledge is a must