With the continuous expanding of the business, you might start thinking about abandon current shared hosting solution, and find another option which could give you more flexibility, secure backups, and storage of data.
VPS, virtual private server, is the most popular option among the many products in the industry, and it has been using for thousands of small and medium businesses. For small businesses who want to choose VPS and no any professional knowledge, it is necessary for them to spend time on learning how to work with VPS hosting.
Here is a quick guide to business VPS, which could offer you a basic overview of how to start with VPS, and help expand your web hosting effectively.
The VPS is actually an off-site located physical server, but if your VPS provider can maintain excellent uptime performance, and you have a fast and stable network connection, you are allowed to access to it at anytime anywhere.
Although these physical servers were sliced into pieces and sold to a number of customers by providers, each of the pieces in many respects functionally equivalent to a separate physical computer. That means your data are protected, and will not be affected by others by choosing VPS hosting.
Compared to shared hosting, VPS hosting gives you more convenience by offering multiple choices. In terms of the operating system, you can choose between Linux and Windows OS. In addition, it also comes with many apps to support, such as RoR or LAMP per-installed in Linux-based VPS and ASP.NET in Windows VPS.
However, even the VPS hosting can guarantee your website rich features, high uptime and reliable performance, it is all useless if you cannot manage it properly.
Fortunately, most VPS hosting companies provide packages with easy to use cPanel or Plesk control panel included. Through the control panel, you can make management and installation easily. And VPS web hosts would always offer their customers effective and timely support services to make them satisfied with the VPS service.