View Full Version : What is the difference between vps and reseller hosting plans?

01-13-2012, 02:23 AM
VPS hosting is usually the best solution for those who need a dedicated server, but it is not in their budget. The people are high-end resources such as bandwidth, CPU and RAM, but also from a good performance of VPS hosting companies satisfied with the service,Because it can be fully customized to provide their own virtual servers.
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their customers.

02-26-2012, 01:09 PM
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11-07-2012, 03:25 AM
If you are looking for a high performance server with dedicated resources and root access rights, then VPS hosting is for you. You can install custom applications and software. If you go with a good hosting provider, they have policies that restrict the number of users on one physical server ensuring good and consistent performance. Your server is completely isolated from the other servers although they are located on the same server. You can manage your VPS through a control panel- and if you opt for fully managed VPS hosting services, the VPS application upgrades, installations, patches for the softwares will be taken care by the hosting provider.

With reseller hosting services, you rent the hosting services to resell them to your own customers. The hosting packages designed for reseller hosting usually have fixed resources which can be distributed equally into several reseller accounts. Hosting companies do provide master control panel to manage the reseller accounts but the RAM, CPU and other resources are usually fixed. There is no flexibility and users do not have root access to customize the server or install custom applications. In essence a reseller hosting plan would be similar to shared hosting but with greater resources and additional applications.