Article by Jerry Low
Geek dad, SEO data junkie, investor, and founder of Web Hosting Secret Revealed. Jerry has been building Internet assets and making money online since 2004. He loves mindless doodling and trying new food.
Selecting a good hosting service is a matter of great concern. When it comes to select between a virtual and a dedicated service, many of the newbie webmasters get confused. Identifying the difference between the two may make it easy for them to find out the best type of hosting.
Best identification of differences will be to outline the advantages and disadvantages of Virtual hosting and Dedicated Hosting, and here it goes:
From the above differences, it’s very clear that virtual hosting is quite OK for you, if you don’t have a high traffic site. Dedicated hosting is a solution, if you’re having a high traffic site, The other issues like bad neighborhood and IP sharing thing can, however, be managed by finding a quality web hosting service that doesn’t allow such content plus offers unique IPs.
We have learned about the different between dedicated server and shared server. However do you know that the hosting world is also separated to major two by the type of operating systems? Yeah, that’s right, you might already heard of them – Linux and Windows. Let’s move on to our next class: Windows Hosting vs Unix Hosting