Shared Hosting vs Public Cloud Hosting
Types of Hosting Platforms
When it comes to the future of website hosting, it’s all about the cloud and similar shared solutions.
Public Cloud Hosting:
- Highly Cost Effective, Pay for how much you use as your site grows.
- Topnotch Speed – dedicated resources.
- Panel to check server resources usage.
- Server Resources Scale Up & Down possibility.
- More Secure Platform.
- The most common plan on the market, resonates especially with first-time site owners and individual developers. Hosting providers make highest revenue using in their shared hosting offers.
- Several customers share each server, meaning that storage and computing resources are limited. Non Scalable Platform.
- If you are looking for higher uptime, shared hosting might disappoint you. Customers’ site speed is largely dependent on the performance of other websites on the same server. Downtime Faced.
- In shared hosting, there are higher chances your website is vulnerable to hackers. This is because once a hacker has access to the shared hosting server; it is easier to access other websites.
- Support is limited from the provider’s side due to huge number of customer base.
- Requires Server level skilled person to configure and manage the server.
- Mostly affordable by Corporate or Big Enterprise. Very Costly.
- Topnotch Speed.
- Security is Customer Responsibility as the customer has complete control over the entire server.
- Gets Premium Support from Provider.
People have come to realize that a dedicated server is completely unnecessary for most web projects, and cloud solutions in particular provide a host of additional benefits.