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AltiusHospital
12-25-2018, 09:15 AM
Key Differences Between Shared Hosting and Dedicated Hosting?

Anujsharma662
12-26-2018, 02:03 AM
With a shared hosting package, there are other organizations that host their sites on the server, right alongside your organization. A dedicated hosting plan means that your organization is the only user hosted on the server.

rohitaher
12-27-2018, 06:50 AM
A dedicated web server consists of all the resources dedicated to a particular client who owns it whereas shared server as the name suggest is shared by many a clients at once. A dedicated hosting gives the liberty to have full control over the server which can be used any how by the user. A shared server basically involves different users on one server as well as doesn’t provide much freedom on the server as the resources are being shared. In other words, a shared server has many different domains hosted on it. All of the server’s resources are shared by many websites present on the server. On a shared server you have control over your folder and everything within it only.
In dedicated server a user tend to get more security as compared to shared server. To put it in simple words, each has a different control given to the user to manage their website. A dedicated server is a web server that holds your Website, and your Website alone. Shared servers, which are the most common type of hosting available, hold many different Websites. These Websites are competing for server resources.

alexpaul
12-28-2018, 09:56 AM
Firstly I would like to tell you about shared hosting. It is today the most economical hosting solution and is suitable for blogging or corporate websites with moderate traffic (mostly showcases). In fact, several websites share a single server and the same resources (bandwidth, disk space, and memory allocation). This solution is convenient for individuals who do not master the technique because the host provides you with a complete administration system and takes care of all the features related to the hosting system (update, security, maintenance, backups, software installation, etc.).

Secondly, For dedicated hosting, a full server belongs to you (whether rented or purchased). This type of hosting is suitable for websites that generate a lot of traffic and require a lot of resources (examples: marketplace, ecommerce, social networks). Although no server can firmly guarantee 100 percent security, a dedicated server remains the best choice to adopt if the security of your website is your priority. As you do not have to share bandwidth with other websites, the dedicated servers are faster and you can host multiple websites, and the traffic is unlimited. Nevertheless, they are more expensive.

Let me know if you have any confusion.

Anand Yadav
01-05-2019, 03:31 AM
A dedicated server hosting plan means that your website is the only site hosted on the server. With shared hosting, the amount of disk space and bandwidth you are allotted is limited because there are others sharing the server. You will be charged if you surpass your allotted amount.
SITES HOSTED ON SERVER:- With a shared hosting package, there are other organizations that host their sites on the server, right alongside your organization. A dedicated hosting plan means that your organization is the only user hosted on the server.
BANDWIDTH AND DISK SPACE:- With shared hosting, the amount of disk space and bandwidth you are allotted is limited since there are others sharing the server. You will be charged more if you surpass your allotted amount of bandwidth, and penalized if you exceed your amount of disk space – just like a utility.

Even if you’ve fairly purchased resources, some hosts will add extra rules to penalize you for having elements like videos or music—regardless of whether you hit your bandwidth cap!

With dedicated hosting, bandwidth and disk space are dedicated entirely to your organization and its server. There’s no resource sharing, so limitations on the amount of disk space and bandwidth are up to your organization’s requirements.