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Which web hosting plan will be most suitable for me?

There are different varieties of web hosting solutions suitable for different sites in relation to the resources or the website hosting environment they need. To pick the best hosting service for your web site, you need to access what server-side software it needs, how many hits per day you anticipate at the beginning and in the future, as well as any other special demands that may need to be satisfied.

Shared Site Hosting - Perks

The most adequate choice for small websites with several hundred or site hosting, each user pays only for their account, which minimizes the total cost per user significantly. There are various web hosting packages differing from one hosting corporation to another, providing different quotas of data storage and web traffic, different mail account quotas and so on. The advantage is that you can buy an account that will offer the specs your web page in fact demands. You will not need to pay lots of money for a package you will not utilize, or end up with a small size plan that cannot shelter the web page. At SAHAKA Hosting, there is an enormous collection of shared hosting solutions appropriate for private or small business sites that even provide pre-installed script-powered platforms such as Joomla, Mambo, Drupal or WordPress - to make things simpler. If you kick off with a low-cost package and you need more features, upgrading to a high-end account requires only a click of the mouse.

Shared Web Space Hosting - Weak Points

A disadvantage of the shared hosting environment is that the hosting servers have some software installed on them and you are unable to activate new software programs. Some web portals, chiefly web storefronts, need software applications to be available on the web server for them to work, and with a shared webspace hosting environment, you can install solely software applications that do not need complete root access.

Virtual Private Web Hosting Servers and Dedicated Web Servers

For websites that require complete root-level access, or if your web site has many thousands or even 1 000 000's of daily hits, what you need is a VPS or a dedicated server. A virtual web server is a software emulation of a dedicated server and it performs in exactly the same way.


Both solutions commonly offer full root access and can be rebooted through a software program by the customer, independently from the hosting company. Like the shared web hosting accounts, the private virtual server and the dedicated server plans contain different specifications based on what the web hosting vendor offers. A virtual server account includes guaranteed hard disk space, random access memory and CPU quotas that can sometimes be boosted for short stretches of time in case there are spare resources on the physical machine. With a dedicated hosting server, the only limiting factor is the hardware equipment it is availing of, and it can be upgraded by changing or appending components. A private virtual hosting server is easier to tackle as it comprises virtualization software, which can be utilized to restart it, to install applications, explore statistics, and so on. The management of a dedicated web hosting server is more elaborate, so such a plan would rather be used by skilled customers.

Dedicated Web Hosting Servers

Still, certain web hosting vendors provide managed dedicated web hosting solutions where they run hosting server administration assignments instead of the customer. This can be included in the plan or an extra service.

Before You Opt...

Picking the top hosting plan is crucial as it can affect the proper performance of a website. Prior to opting for a package, weigh the pros and cons, survey completely all the preconditions for the online portal to function properly, especially if it is script-driven, and, one more thing, if you have already settled on a company, the best thing to do would be to ask their support staff for an opinion as to which particular package would be best for the proper functioning of your web site.