New websites and websites that do not need a lot of hosting resources opt for Shared Hosting due to its shared architecture, resultant affordability, and easy maintenance. However, with time, a growing website will outgrow the benefits of the Shared Server. It is then that the owner looks out for a hosting upgradation that can handle the rising inflow of traffic. Moreover, if you are running an e-commerce website, the need for resource intensiveness and advanced security can compel you to venture out in the hosting foray. The most common options available for your hosting upgrade are VPS, Dedicated and Cloud Hosting. In this blog, we will analyze the major differences between the two popular hosting solutions – Dedicated Servers and VPS Hosting.
Before moving on to discussing the major differences between the two, let us first understand their underlying mechanism.