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In order for your website to work, your business will require a number of things, a domain is a great start, however without website hosting, your website won’t be visible online.
There are a variety of different types of hosting solution available, and in recent years it has become quite a minefield of information, particularly with the growth in “cloud” services.
Put simply, business web hosting generally fall’s into the following categories: Shared, VPS, Dedicated.
In recent years, cloud hosting has become a popular choice, and hosting options within a cloud provider such as Digital Ocean, Linode can allow you to have shared, VPS, or dedicated server spec’s within a cloud environment.
We offer a range of professional web hosting options to best suit your website’s needs, and look at a variety of factors, including your application (e.g. WordPress, Magento 2), disk usage, traffic and future requirements to determine what might work best for your business.
We understand that hosting isn’t one size fit’s all, and can work with you to implement more complex set-up’s including PHP/Mysql, Cloudflare, Varnish, Litespeed, Redis should the need desire.
Shared Hosting is generally used for smaller websites, that may require few server resources, or are for non-critical applications. Websites hosted on a shared server share the available resources (disk space, memory, processing power) with the other websites that sit on the server.
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are marketed as a semi-private server, a large server is segmented into a number of smaller software servers, the VPS is allocated set space, and resources on the server. These are often suited to hosting multiple websites from a single organisation, or more intensive single websites (perhaps e-commerce, or larger corporate sites).
Dedicated Servers are a physical server, just for your organisation / business’s use. You can generally put whatever you like on the server, and it typically offers much a more powerful specification than any of the other options available. You could host powerful e-commerce sites and several large content managed sites on these.
Cloud Hosting is essentially a large network of servers, grouped together to provide on-demand availability, with scalable resources. There are public, and private cloud networks, and cloud hosting may be shared, VPS or your own private cloud / dedicated environment. Cloud solutions are often more expensive; however they offer considerable benefits in terms of backups and availability.