What are the different types of web hosting?

What are the different types of web hosting?
What are the different types of web hosting?:
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 Depending on your level of expertise, web hosting, which is the task of making websites and web pages available to many users, can be either very simple of daunting. n this article we are going to explore the different types of hosting. Our experts have curated the best web hosting services of 2018 While they all act as a storage place for your website, where they differ is the amount of storage capacity, control, technical knowledge requirement, server speed and reliability.  These are the six types of web hosting you will most often come across:   1. Shared hosting Perfect for entry-level website hosting. This is where your website will be stored on the same server as multiple other websites, that could be anywhere between hundreds or thousands of others. All domains will share the same server resources, such as RAM (Random Access Memory – a type of computer memory) and CPU (Central Processing Unit – the “brains” of a computer). Costs of this type of hosting will be comparatively low. If you’re a small business, community group or stay-at-home mum wanting to run your own blog, in most cases beginners will find shared the simplest method of hosting their website. This type of service often comes with the tools you need like website builders WordPress hosting, email clients etc. The trade-off is that you’re sharing this with other users, so surges in usage can affect your website’s user experience.2. Virtual private server (VPS) hosting A VPS hosting service mimics a dedicated server, but is within a shared hosting environment. This one’s for website owners that need more control, but don’t want to invest in a dedicated server. They’re still not able to handle high traffic levels or spikes in usage and the site performance can still be affected by other sites on the server. However, by dividing a server into virtual servers – each website is hosted on its own  dedicated server, though they still share a physical server with other users. So, who uses VPS hosting? Users who want dedicated hosting but don’t have the technical knowledge needed. VPS offers the cost benefits of shared hosting with the control of dedicated hosting. A great choice for advanced users and those that want specific software and package installations.3. Dedicated server hosting This option gives website owners the most control over the server that their website is  stored on. The server is exclusively rented by you and your website is the only one  stored on the server. You have full root and admin access, which means control over everything from security to operating system. All that control comes with a price. Dedicated servers – which some vendors call Bare Metal Servers – cost more than all of the other options and are really only worth it for those with high traffic that need high control levels and a better performing server. A high level of technical expertise is required for the installation and ongoing management of the server.4. Cloud hosting Cloud hosting is the
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What are the different types of web hosting?