Companies choosing a web hosting solution often grapple with the type of service plan that fits their needs. According to a recent Web Hosting Geeks report, organizations once had to choose between dedicated and shared options. With the addition of the VPS server in the web hosting industry, businesses have a middle ground for services.
According to the report, shared servers are ideal for smaller sites that do not manage a large base of visitors or contain significant amounts of content. However, businesses can quickly outgrow this hosting plan if they rapidly expand.
Formerly, companies would turn to dedicated servers upon expansion. These plans allow users to obtain almost unlimited amounts of storage space to manage visitors and manage the user experience.
However, some organizations can struggle to afford a dedicated hosting plan, even if they are too large for a shared service. The report said virtual private servers provide an ideal middle ground, allowing businesses to share resources on a server with few tenants, providing ample space for customization and growth.
According to an earlier Web Hosting Geeks report, virtual server hosting companies can also use cloud-based VPS servers to leverage the benefits of a VPS service while having unlimited space for growth.