Hosting your brand new website using shared hosting plans is one of the best choices to make, as your website won’t need many resources. What if the traffic increases and resources offered in shared and VPS hosting aren’t enough? You have one best choice to make, none other than dedicated hosting.
Although shared and VPS hosting options are budget-friendly, these plans have limitations on resource utilization. If you are looking for web hosting plans that provide enough resources to your growing websites, bare metal server hosting is an apt choice.
Dedicated hosting signifies that your website is hosted on your own server. It has a lot of power and versatility, but it costs a lot of money. As a result, it’s critical to conduct your homework before purchasing this type of coverage.
Most websites, for example, begin with a shared hosting plan but quickly outgrow the limitations of that low-cost shared plan. You may want to consider upgrading to a virtual private server (VPS) or a dedicated server. It’s up to you to analyze the pros and cons of each option.
Shared hosting puts your website on a server with hundreds of other websites. This package is sufficient for personal blogs or extremely tiny enterprises. However, it isn’t the ideal solution in terms of performance, and you lose flexibility because you can’t customize things yourself (since you have to share with others).
A VPS, on the other hand, gives your site its own space while still sharing a server with other sites. Because other people can’t access your site, its performance will likely be more consistent. You also have a little more freedom to set up a server.
These plans can provide you the speed you need at a cheaper cost than dedicated hosting, and they’re an excellent compromise for those wishing to upgrade.
If you need the power for your money, though, managed dedicated server hosting is the best option. Fortunately, by the time you need one to handle your website’s traffic, it might be well worth it.
When to use MilesWeb’s dedicated hosting?
1. Your website is expanding and will need to manage more visitors
If you expect your website to grow quickly, it’s a smart idea to invest in a dedicated server right away. When your site’s traffic increases, for example, and you’re still using shared hosting, your site’s performance may suffer dramatically. It’s critical to give yourself enough time to move your site and settle its performance before any issues develop.
Your site should be able to withstand traffic surges of up to 30 times its typical daily traffic during promotional activities and events. If you aren’t prepared, your site may crash or cause a terrible user experience (UX).
2. You want your website loading times to be as quick as possible
The speed with which your pages load can have a substantial impact on virtually every aspect of your website. Low engagement metrics and high bounce rates might be caused by slow pages. A dedicated server can assist you in getting the most out of this component of your website.
You won’t know when the server’s resources are being used elsewhere on a shared server, which could cause your site to load slowly. Choosing a dedicated server will ensure that you have the bandwidth you require to improve website loading speeds.
3. You value having complete control over your server
The final reason you may want to choose a dedicated server over other solutions is a simple one: control. We said it in the earlier sections, but dedicated hosting allows you complete control over how you use your server.
For example, you have complete control over the server software you use. If you prefer NGINX’s resource control over Apache’s, you have the option to do so. You can also customize the hardware and install your own operating system (OS). Dedicated hosting, as a result, may be an appealing alternative for advanced web developers and those with unique and specific requirements.
Why purchase MilesWeb’s dedicated hosting plan?
Your bare metal server will have a high level of privacy and security in a physically isolated environment provided by MilesWeb. It eliminates any threat because your server is separated from the rest.
Your bare metal server is highly reliable for your high-level web applications because its resources are not shared with any other tenant.
Control of the hardware level
Through the remote IP KVM Console, you have full root access to your bare metal server hardware.
Resources that are 100% dedicated
There is no virtualization or sharing. You get a completely isolated server with 100% dedicated hardware resources all to yourself.
SSH Root Access
Every Linux dedicated server comes with root access. You have complete control and independence over how your web applications are installed on the server.
Because no server resources are shared, no other website’s traffic will affect yours, and your website or app will function better.
Unlimited Website Hosting
There are no restrictions on the number of websites you can host. You can also migrate all of your websites from shared hosting, reseller hosting, and virtual private server (VPS) hosting to a Dedicated Server.
If your website is having trouble keeping up with increased traffic, it might be time to upgrade to MilesWeb’s dedicated server. This is essentially a server that exclusively hosts your site, and it may help you improve not only the performance of your site but also the speed with which pages load and the security of your site.